Scott Greacen and Alicia Hamann of Friends of the Eel River discuss long-term threats to the Eel River. Friends of the Eel River's case challenging the North Coast Railroad Authority comes before the California Supreme Court this week – and the Eel River dams are now up for federal relicensing. Meanwhile, Scott attended a dedication ceremony last weekend for the project that will restore fish passage to Woodman Creek blocked by construction of the railroad a century ago.
The Humboldt County and National Marches for Science are planned for Saturday, April 22! Listen as Scott Greacen discusses the marches anti-science policies that have sparked them with guests Jessica Hobba, science educator and board member for Mad River Alliance, and fisheries biologist Ross Taylor. Click here to learn more about the Humboldt County Science Expo and March, taking place in Arcata from 9am - 4pm.
Scott Greacen, talks with Mikal Jakubal, long-time activist and filmmaker, about recent damage at the Oroville Dam and how those events shed light on broader questions about aging dams and flood-control infrastructure.
Host Scott Greacen and guest Darren Mireau, Regional Director for California Trout, discuss projects on the Eel River and it's incredible potential as a major salmon and steelhead fishery.
Scott Greacen interviews Craig Tucker, Natural Resource Policy Advocate for the Karuk Tribe, about the Klamath Dam removal process and dam removal in the west under the incoming administration.
Pacific Lamprey spawning in Eel River below Tomki Creek, April 18 2015. Footage by Dustin Revel.
Spencer Michaels of PBS NewsHour discusses low flows in the Eel River and the relationship with cannabis and grape farmers. Scott Greacen is interviewed and asked about the impact of low flows on fish and wildlife, May 2015.
2014 Eel River Symposium: Drought, Resilience & the North Coast Dr. Joshua Strange on Ecology and Community
2014 Eel River Symposium: Drought, Resilience & the North Coast Eli Asarian on North Coast Stream Flow Decline
2014 Eel River Symposium: Drought, Resilience & the North Coast Dr. Bill Trush - What Do Fish Need?
2014 Eel River Symposium: Drought, Resilience & the North Coast Darren Mierau on Understanding Stream Flow and Managing Diversions
2014 Eel River Symposium: Drought, Resilience & the North Coast Dana Stolzman on the SRF Redwood Creek Project
Dan Rather interviews Friends of the Eel River Executive Director Scott Greacen in this episode of Rather Reports titled "Gone to Pot", 10/21/2013. Download the full episode from itunes here.
TedX Humboldt 2012, Scott Greacen on Marijuana Cultivation Impacts