(First airdate: November 27, 2020) Following up on a Nature Now conversation from last February (program #401), Nan Evans talks with local naturalist Steve Grace about recent efforts to protect a very special old forest here on the Quimper Peninsula. For additional information, contact Steve directly.
(First airdate: February 27, 2019) Nan Evans talks with Steve Grace, a local author and marine science educator, about a “Lost Wilderness” he found here on the Quimper peninsula and efforts to protect this treasure. Contact Steve directly if you would like to arrange a trip to the old growth forest.
(Airdate: September 9, 2020) Nan Evans meets Steve Grace on the beach at the Northwest Maritime Center in downtown Port Townsend. Steve had just come out of the water and shares what he just saw while snorkeling in our local waters. Part 1 of their conversation aired in early August.
(Airdate: August 12, 2020) Nan Evans meets Steve Grace on the beach at the Northwest Maritime Center in downtown Port Townsend. Steve had just come out of the water and shares what he just saw while snorkeling in our local waters.
(First airdate: August 28, 2019) Nan Evans continues her conservation with local naturalist Steve Grace about the amazing puffins of Smith Island.
(First airdate: July 3, 2019) Host Nan Evans and guest Steve Grace, a local naturalist, relive their excursion on a recent Port Townsend Marine Science Center Puffin Cruise – they saw tufted puffins and more around Smith Island.
Phil Andrus gets us started early this Friday with Can’t Wait for Salad at 12:40pm, featuring Grace Love telling about the Sadie Hawkins Prom. Thereafter, Tossed Salad proper (if it can ever be called proper) brings us:
1:00 – Chuck Easton and George Radebaugh
2:00 – Port of PT Exec Director Jim Pivarnik, Liz Hoenig, and Charley Kanieski, with Scott Wilson
3:00 – Tom Jay, “A Word and a Poem”
3:15 – Sam Weber, folksy trio
4:00 – Cristina Manzoni and Onnolee Stevens, Jefferson Healthcare Hospice
4:30 – Don White, reading “A Fable Ending in the Sound of a Thousand Parakeets”, by Kevin Brockmeier