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Sanctuary Forest Radio Hour

When: Thu., Aug. 29, 7-8 p.m. 2019

Please tune in to KMUD on Thursday, August 29th at 7pm for the Sanctuary Forest Radio Hour. Sanctuary Forest’s Water Program Director Tasha McKee will be joined by Charrna Gilmore, Executive Director of the Scott River Watershed Council, for a show about how humans can imitate beavers to achieve stream restoration goals! Tasha and Charrna will be coming in to the studio fresh from the river, and they’ll be telling us about beaver dam analogue projects in the Scott River watershed as well as a project that Sanctuary Forest is working on right now in the headwaters of the Mattole.

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