Go behind the scenes on a first descent of the newly-undammed White Salmon River in Washington. Podcast host Ashley Ahearn talks with EarthFix’s Amelia Templeton about the challenges of recording audio and video while dropping sick rapids. Go-pros were harmed in the making of that story.
Also, in celebration of turkey day, we poke fun at Portlandia and their heritage hand-fed chickens (one of which was possibly named Colin) with our sustainability expert and Portland-based Ecotrope blogger, Cassandra Profita.
Video from Amelia Templeton’s reporting on the newly opened section of the White Salmon River after the removal of the Condit Dam. The camera was worn by intrepid paddler Christie G. Eastman.
This month, federal appeals court panel heard a challenge to Idaho’s roadless rule. Environmental groups argued the rule gives the Forest Service too much flexibility to build new roads.
Courtney Flatt has been following the case of Rancher Joe Lemire vs. the state of Washington: Can the Washington Department of Ecology make a rancher fence-in a stream that runs through his land?
Each week, podcast host Ashley Ahearn will take you “behind-the-news.” You’ll hear conversations with fellow EarthFix journalists and interviews with experts talking about the latest environmental news. The podcast will also feature audio stories from the EarthFix team.
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