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Winery interns talk shop

Aug 22, 2019

From quality control to IT trouble-shooting to production line upgrades to hands-on wine making, four interns at Anderson Valley wineries talk about their varied work at Roederer Estate and Domaine Anderson, and their plans for the future.

Farm & Garden: John Kempf "We Can Solve Climate Change Really Fast"

Aug 19, 2019

Click here to listen to John Kempf on the Farm & Garden show, hosted by Bill Taylor and Jaye Alison Moscariello.

Geoff Muldaur - In Concert - Sept 21, 2019

Aug 16, 2019

Geoff Muldaur is one of the great voices and musical forces to emerge from the folk, blues and folk-rock scenes centered in Cambridge, MA and Woodstock, NY. During the 1960's and '70's, Geoff made a series of highly influential recordings as a founding member of the Jim Kweskin Jug Band and the Paul Butterfield's Better Days group, as well as collaborations with then-wife Maria and other notables (Bonnie Raitt, Eric Von Schmidt, Jerry Garcia, etc.).

Anna Halligan is the North Coast Coho Director for Trout Unlimited. For Anna, summer is restoration season in rivers up and down the Mendocino Coast such as the South fork of the Eel, Usal Creek, Noyo, Ten Mile, Pudding Creek, Navarro and Big River.

Preparing for fire, matching a grant

Aug 14, 2019

Aaron Martin, known as Cob, heads up a two-year project called Fire Adapted Communities in the Navarro River Watershed, sponsored by the Mendocino County Fire Safe Council using federal and state funds. The project must match a $93,000 grant with volunteer time spent on fire safe activities. A group of 21 cleared the grounds surrounding the KZYX Philo studios last month, contributing nearly $3,000 of the match with their time valued at $29 per hour.

August 7, 2019--Last week, the Senate Intelligence Committee issued a bipartisan report which concluded that Election systems in all 50 states were targeted by Russian Hacking in the 2016 election. With district elections coming up on November 5th and a Presidential Primary election on the horizon on March 3, 2020, how is Mendocino County preparing to keep local elections secure?

In its 30th year, the Mendocino Coast Writer's Conference offered a diverse slate of faculty members, some of whom took the stage for a free reading at Fort Bragg's Cotton Auditorium on August 2nd

. We've featured Myriam Gurba (shown) and Pulitzer Prize-winning poet Sharon Olds in this report.

Mendocino County’s Predator Control program is under scrutiny, after a group of Wildlife Advocacy Groups sued them for failing to study the ecological impacts of their contract with Wildlife Services, a federal agency that kills predators and other wildlife ostensibly to protect livestock. The Plaintiffs, led by the northern California's Project Coyote, argue that the current practice of killing these animals has devastating environmental effects, and that nonlethal methods of predator control are more effective and humane.

Finding an "oasis" in transition after 70 years

Jul 30, 2019

A local man finds peace in his transition to womanhood, late in life.

Caregivers and County Begin Contract Talks

Jul 26, 2019
photo by Raul Gardea

In Mendocino County, the largest workforce isn’t hospitality or construction, it’s the almost 1,400 In Home Social Support (IHSS) workers who care for elderly and disabled people in their homes throughout the county. Although the work can be lifesaving for some of the county's most vulnerable residents, care workers make minimum wage and receive no benefits.

$5 Lunch at the Redwood Coast Senior Center

Jul 23, 2019

Every weekday, the Redwood Coast Senior Center hosts a lunch for seniors over 60 for only $5 (free for people who are indigent). The lunch is not available this week because the kitchen floor is being replaced, but it will return on Monday, July 29 at 11:30. Before the luncheon went on hiatus for two weeks, we visited to talk to folks enjoying the food and company.

Mendocino Sheriff Tom Allman stopped by the Philo studio to talk with Sheriff Allman about what is happening with mental health services and about the Cannabis eractication plan known as Clean Sweep.

Former special counsel Robert Mueller is appearing in two separate hearings before the House judiciary and intelligence committees. Though Mueller has said his report on Russian interference in the 2016 election is his testimony, lawmakers have insisted that he testify in person. Watch the proceedings live here.

Local sculptor follows his passion

Jul 18, 2019

Local sculptor Robert Milhollin was inspired by the works of Michelangelo at age 12, and never looked back. KZYX News visited him in his outdoor studio on Albion Ridge where he talked about his life-sized marble sculptures and described how he works.

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