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Alex Stillman: Women – including this woman – have cast off traditional roles to halt the destruction of history

Alex Stillman: Women – including this woman – have cast off traditional roles to halt the destruction of history

Finishing the book, Who Saved the Redwoods? made me think of all the women in our country who saved American treasures in their towns and some of those treasurers became national treasures such as the Alamo and Mt. Vernon.  Women have gathered together for social reasons for ages and at times these gatherings turned to

Union’s Fly Ball winners announced!

You Catch the Fly Ball contest This summer, Mad River Union readers delighted in tracking down the zany character, Flyball, who hid in various ads in the paper during Humboldt Crabs baseball. Season First Prize went to Euereka resident Gwenn Cloepfil, who received a gift certificate good at Plaza Grill or Moonstone Grill, a ticket

Eco-Briefs for Sept. 19 and beyond

350 HUMBOLDT 350 Humboldt’s monthly meeting is set for Thursday, Sept. 19 from 6 to 8 p.m. at El Chipotle restaurant, 850 Crescent Way in Sunny Brae. The group will consider a possible new campaign to decrease use of natural gas in Arcata. All are welcome. 350 Humboldt supports 350.org‘s core mission of keeping fossil

Eco-Briefs for Sept. 13, 2019 and beyond

CANNABIS AND WILDLIFE TALK Join Redwood Region Audubon Society on Friday, Sept. 13, for a program entitled “The Effects on Forest Wildlife from Cannabis Cultivation on Public Lands” with Dr. Greta Wengert. The deleterious impacts to wildlife from cannabis “trespass grows” on public lands have only recently been identified as a wildlife conservation issue. Water

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