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Rock & Metal Mix

12:00amSunday

12:00amSunday

For late-night types. Best blend of Rock, Metal and Alt Rock[...]

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Adult Alternative Mix

6:00amSunday

6:00amSunday

A mellow mix of new and well-known alternative artists.[...]

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The Flashback

7:00amSunday

7:00amSunday

Rewind in time and hear some Classic Rock, Motown Hits, Funk, Disco, Soft Rock from 60's, 70's and 80's[...]

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Adult Alternative Mix

10:00amSunday

10:00amSunday

A mellow mix of new and well-known alternative artists.[...]

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5:00pmSunday

Every Saturday and Sunday Stanley Petrowski discusses environmental issues. Click "Read More" to hear some recent podcasts

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Living Downstream

6:00pmSunday

6:00pmSunday

About this Show Living Downstream is a program for folks who'd like to learn about environmental topics of interest in the Umpqua Watershed of southern Oregon, and the larger Pacific Northwest region. It is coordinated by the AmeriCorps member serving as the Environmental Education & Outreach Leader for the Umpqua Watershed organization in an effort to bring awareness of environmental issues to a wider audience.   If you are interested in being interviewed on an area of your environmentally-related expertise for this show, please email ryan@umpquawatersheds.org. Resources (Newest Episodes Posted at the Top) Episode 6 - Caring for Critters (Airing February 20th & 21st) This episode features interviews with Peggy Cheatham of Umpqua Wildlife Rescue and Megan Gram of Saving Grace Pet Adoption Center; in it you'll learn the important & difficult job of wildlife rehabilitators, creative uses for baby socks, what to do if you find baby kittens, and how to get involved with both organizations. Additionally, Marnie Allbritten shared a song she wrote for an eagle she helped rehabilitate (lyrics below). Now that we're one month in, we'll share a few highlights from the first five episodes as well! Links/Websites Mentioned in (or related to) Episode 6 Umpqua Wildlife Rescue - Website & Facebook Page International Wildlife Rehab Council  Saving Grace Pet Adoption Center - Website & Facebook Page Fences for Fido Lyrics for "Golden Friend" by Marnie Allbritten Golden friend, you take me flying in your memory. Eagle friend, you teach me how to fly free. Wounded friend, I know how it must feel trapped in your cage of steel I want to help you heal. Take my song and rise with it above the pain. Take my tears and join them to the rain. Take my love and soar above the clouds, unbroken and unbowed. So gentle and so proud. ‘Cause each one has a role to play on the turning wheel And the one that we set free today will help the earth to heal. Golden friend, you take me flying in your memory. Eagle friend, you teach me how to fly free. Eagle friend, I swear the pain will end, like shadows on the wind, And you will fly again.   Episode 5 - Understanding Pacific Northwest Fires (Aired February 13th & 14th) In this episode, we heard from Ken Carloni about the history of wildfires and wildfire management in the Pacific Northwest, the challenges of planting a monoculture (single-plant) plantations of trees, and possible solutions moving forward. Resources for Episode 4 - Observing Birds & Other Wildlife (Aired February 6th & 7th) In this episode, we'll hear from Damon Lesmeister and Matthew Hunter about how technology is being used to help researchers collect data about birds, and some tips an suggestions for attracting birds and other wildlife to your yard. Links/Websites Mentioned in (or related to) Episode 4  Wondering what a bird song looks like? Check out this spectrogram of a spotted owl call from the National Park Service Pacific Northwest Research Station - Information on Acoustic Monitoring of Owls UmpquaBirds.org - Link Great Backyard Bird Count (Happening February 12th - 15th!) - Want to get involved? Click here. Want to learn more about Matt's work? - Matthew Hunter's Website Tool for Identifying Various Species - iNaturalist.org Resources for Episode 3 - Water Quality (Aired January 30th & 31st, 2021) Wondering what characteristics make up "water quality" or what factors might be impacting the quality of the water in southern Oregon? This episode features interviews of Mikeal Jones and PUR members Sandy Lyon, Joe Carnes, and M A Hansen. Links/Websites Mentioned in Episode 3 Partnership for the Umpqua Rivers (PUR) - PUR Website Link USGS National Water Information System - Current Conditions for Oregon: Water Quality - WQ Link Flow - Flow Link Lakes & Reservoirs - Link Water Quality Report for the City of Roseburg - March 2020 Report Glide Water Association Consumer Confidence Report - 2019 Report DEQ Database - Database Link Want to Borrow a Water Quality Monitoring Test Kit? - Click here to learn more Listen to episode below: <iframe src="https://archive.org/embed/episode-3-water-quality" width="500" height="30" frameborder="0" webkitallowfullscreen="true" mozallowfullscreen="true" allowfullscreen></iframe> Click Here to Download  <iframe src="https://anchor.fm/patrick-schneider4/embed/episodes/Living-Downstream---Water-Quality-eq9dh0" height="102px" width="400px" frameborder="0" scrolling="no"></iframe> Resources for Episode 2 - Art & Environmentalism (Aired January 23rd & 24th, 2021) In this episode, we hear from Elva Paulson and Susan Applegate, two local artists who feature nature in their work. They share:    - their introduction to the field of art/illustration    - tips for capturing the essence of something    - getting started with nature journaling    - benefits of spending time in nature    - the significance of language/the way we describe things    - the role of art in environmentalism    - and the connections between art and science.  Journaling/Reflection Prompts:  1) Describe a significant experience you had in nature. 2) What story do you want or need to tell - and how will you tell it? 3) What is the conversation you've had with the place in which you live? 4) What might nature be saying to us? 5) Tell what you appreciate about nature and why. 6) Go outside and spend time looking closely and loosely, open for what you might see and experience. What did you notice? Links/Websites Mentioned in Episode 2 Elva's Blog - Link John Muir Laws' Website - (on nature journaling & more!) Susan Applegate's Artwork of the Umpqua - Susan's Art Link The Art of Observation - Creating a Homemade Nature Journal Umpqua Watersheds' Book Club - Turning Over a New Leaf Want to Borrow a Water Quality Monitoring Test Kit? - Click here to learn more ------------------------------------------------- Resources for Episode 1 - On Trail Hiking (Aired January 16th & 17th, 2021) Looking for a new hike to try over the next few weeks? In this episode, Diana Pace and Connie Page offer some great suggestions for places to explore nearby, how to prepare for a hiking excursion, and give tips on how to prepare/what to take with you when you go. Links/Websites Mentioned in Episode 1 Forest Service -Website Link Oregon Hikers Field Guide - Website Article about Tree Communication - Smithsonian on "The Hidden Life of Trees" author Peter Wohlleben Tips from the American Hiking Society - Hiking with Kids Tips from REI - Hiking with Infants, Toddlers, & Kids Umpqua Watersheds' Book Club - Turning Over a New Leaf Book Club Information about Borrowing a Water Quality Monitoring Test Kit Facebook Link for the Virtual Cultural Fair (highlighted in the AmeriCorps Minute) <iframe src="https://www.podbean.com/media/player/multi?playlist=http%3A%2F%2Fplaylist.podbean.com%2F11093932%2Fplaylist_multi.xml&amp;vjs=1&amp;size=430&amp;skin=1&amp;episode_list_bg=%23ffffff&amp;bg_left=%23000000&amp;bg_mid=%230c5056&amp;bg_right=%232a1844&amp;podcast_title_color=%23c4c4c4&amp;episode_title_color=%23ffffff&amp;auto=0&amp;share=1&amp;fonts=Helvetica&amp;download=1&amp;rtl=0&amp;show_playlist_recent_number=10" title="The schneiderpatrick10's Podcast" width="100%" height="430" scrolling="no" style="border: none;"></iframe>   Music Attribution The intro and outro music for the show are excerpts from the song "Forest" by Vlad Gluschenko. Attribution information is as follows: Forest by Vlad Gluschenko: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OMjF_LLOiC0&ab_channel=AudioLibrary%E2%80%94Musicforcontentcreators Creative Commons — Attribution 3.0 Unported  — CC BY 3.0 Free Download / Stream: https://bit.ly/forest-vlad-gluschenko Music promoted by Audio Library: https://youtu.be/OMjF_LLOiC0

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Coast Range Radio

7:00pmSunday

7:00pmSunday

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Conservation Today

7:00pmSunday

7:00pmSunday

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Alternative Rock Mix

8:00pmSunday

8:00pmSunday

Discover new music you won't hear on any local stations. A heavier blend of Alternative Rock, Punk, Hip Hop and Electronic [...]

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