Guided Tours at the Southern Humboldt Community Park, Thursday, May 15th

    Press Release: The Southern Humboldt Community Park is hosting guided tours of the Park on Thursday, May 15th starting at 5:00 pm. The tour will give community members the opportunity to experience, on the ground, the vision of the rezoned Park. Participants will visit proposed public activity spaces such as sports fields, the community commons, celebration grove and

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Low Cost Rabies Vaccination Clinics Because Frothing Is Bad

Department of Health and Human Services Press Release: The Humboldt-Del Norte Veterinary Medical Association is sponsoring low-cost canine rabies vaccination clinics throughout the county in May and June.  Dog vaccinations are $6 each. Other canine and feline vaccinations will be available. The cost of these vaccines will vary with each clinic. Dogs are required by state law to be vaccinated

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Water Day at the Mateel This Sunday

Water Day is coming on April 13 at the Mateel Community Center in Redway. Water and the Eel River are the focus of this annual celebration. Experts will be available to help those attending learn conservation techniques and ways to prevent pollution. There will be informative talks and food available. No charge for admission and sliding scale donations requested for

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This Is Only a Test: Tsunami Warning Communications Test This Wednesday

Graphic from the US National Weather Service. Press Release: The annual tsunami warning test will take place in Humboldt County on Wednesday, March 26, between 11:00 a.m. and 12:00 Noon.  The purpose of this test is to ensure the tsunami warning system works properly in the event of a real emergency.  If you are watching television between 11:00 a.m. and 12:00 Noon on

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Tsunami Debris Overview Offered

Press Release: “Japan Tsunami Marine Debris: Disaster Debris and the Existing Problem,” a free presentation, will be offered Tuesday, March 4,  at 7 p.m., at the Healy Senior Center, 456 Briceland Rd., in Redway. Sherry Lippiatt, with the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Marine Debris Program, will provide an overview of the debris generated from the tragic March 2011 earthquake and tsunami

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Rat Poison Kills More Than Rats

The Camo Cowboys, Los Marjuanos and Blue Sky Pie will all be playing at this Saturday’s benefit to raise money for an anti-rodenticide ad campaign.  Rodenticides have contributed to the death of wildlife such as fishers and hawks.  Local activists have worked to remove these kinds of products from local businesses. Now environmental groups are raising money to alert more

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Water Conservation Workshop on February 1st

Salmonid Restoration Federation Press Release: California is experiencing a historic drought — the worst this state has seen in the 163 years since record keeping began. Governor Brown has declared a state of emergency and cities are actively reducing their water usage by 20%. The North Coast usually has the highest precipitation in the state and lacks the infrastructure and water

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