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Resonant Restoration Podcast
33 minutes | Feb 25, 2021
The Klamath Dam Removal
In this foray into ecological restoration topics, we talk with Jim Root from the Klamath River Renewal Corporation (KRRC) and discuss the status of the project and various parts they have finished, are working on, and are yet to be completed before the final takedown in 2023.
37 minutes | Feb 10, 2021
Salt River Restoration
Another installment and this one is on river restoration! The Salt River used to be over 200-feet wide and host ship based transport for canneries, timber, and travel. Then it was barely more than a ditch surrounded by willow and agricultural fields. Flooding on county roads and pasture limited access in the area and created a whole suite of problems. The Humboldt County Resource Conservation District is now engaged in a multi-year, multi-phased project that is restoring the Salt River. It is one of the biggest restoration projects on the west coast of the United States in a small rural community, and spans seven miles.
31 minutes | Jan 27, 2021
Aware Wolves of Yellowstone
Welcome to Season 2! We start off this season strong. We have a conversation with disease ecologist, Ellen Brandell. We talk about wolves, yellowstone, scat, lions, and more! This episode is contagious.
51 minutes | Oct 3, 2020
Symbiotic in Seattle
Join Resonant Restoration in a discussion with Michael Yadrick, who creates the treehugger podcast in northern Washington state. We talk about his work in Seattle, some aspects of podcasts, and of the Arbutus ARME. Stay tuned for more restoration related musings.
47 minutes | Sep 7, 2020
In this episode we talk with representatives from Salmonid Restoration Federation, California Society for Ecological Restoration, and California Association of Resource Conservation Districts about the transition to virtual events. Webinars, conferences, symposia, challenges, opportunities, and beyond!
47 minutes | Sep 7, 2020
On this episode we talk with representatives from Salmonid Restoration Federation, Society for Ecological Restoration California, and California Association of Resource Conservation Districts about the transition to virtual events. Webinars, conferences, symposia, challenges, opportunities, and beyond!
45 minutes | Aug 12, 2020
In this episode we delve in controversy. We look at pinyon juniper vegetation communities and sage grouse restoration with Laura Cunningham from Basin and Range Watch. We also talk about the book “Everglades” by Marjory Stoneman Douglas and our plant of the week is a lost grass in California.
55 minutes | Jul 26, 2020
Salmonids Shelter in Place
With Erik Stromberg from Restoration Design Group We discuss the Wildcat Creek Restoration in San Pablo, California. Topics include large woody debris, community involvement, site specific strategies, invasive species, sedimentation, goals, and difficulties associated with the project. Of course we talk about Erik’s favorite plant of the moment. Join us for another exciting installment of the virtual fieldtrips on Resonant Restoration.
36 minutes | Jul 7, 2020
Freshwater Farms Reserve and a Tale of Two Fish
Featuring Karlee Jewell from The North Coast Regional Land Trust. We discuss the history, current endeavors, and what the future may hold for a project that embraces community involvement and habitat restoration. For this episode we stay close to home, in Humboldt County, California. We also do a quick synopsis of land trusts in general and the plant of the week is mock orange (Philadelphus lewisii).
49 minutes | May 30, 2020
Regenerative Approaches in Mexico City
This episode features Elias Cattan from Mexico City. We discuss regenerative approaches from his work in Mexico City and some adjacent communities. There are many ways to become involved in the community and expand efforts that contribute to a sustainable and verdant landscape. Join us for a virtual field trip and hear the discussion.
40 minutes | May 12, 2020
The Finnish Line and Peatland Restoration
Featuring Tuomas Happalehto with Metsähallitus Fish and Wildlife in Finland. We take a virtual field trip to learn about peatland restoration, monitoring, environmental frameworks, and Santa Clause in the wondrous world of Finland!
33 minutes | Mar 24, 2020
Episode 5 – From the Ground Up and Ecosystem Restoration Camps
This episode features an interview with Ashleigh Brown from Ecosystem Restoration Camps. We also discuss the idea of grassroots movements in relation to ecological restoration and how it has influenced the past, present, and future.
44 minutes | Mar 20, 2020
Episode 4 – Floating Treatment Islands and The Wild Mile
In this episode we cover some of the ideas behind floating treatment wetlands and islands. These wetlands offer a variety of benefits and are a hot topic. We also have an interview with Phil Nicodemus from Urban Rivers on The Wild Mile project in Chicago.
40 minutes | Mar 10, 2020
Episode 3 – About the Beaver
Episode 3 – About the Beaver In this episode of Resonant Restoration we discuss beaver dam analogues with Garrett Costello from Symbiotic Restoration and give a little bit of background on Castor canadensis.
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