Although it may be true that “everything changes except change itself,” as the Greek philosopher Heraclitus famously said, that doesn’t mean that the pace and nature of change can’t be controlled—-which is arguably the purpose of the Jefferson Land Trust, the venerable local nonprofit that has gained wide recognition as an exemplar of the land conservationist movement. This week on the Compass, we talk with Jefferson Land Trust Executive Director Richard Tucker and former executive director Sarah Spaeth about the past present and future of the Trust and the lands it stewards.
(Recorded June 22, 2017) Steve Evans, KPTZ News Director, spoke with Derek Kilmer on Thursday, June 22 about the recent shooting on the Congressional Baseball field, the President's proposed budget, cuts on environmental and health programs, and citizen reaction on the attempts to revoke and replace the Affordable Care Act.
This week on the Compass, correspondent Martha Baskin reports on climate activists who are trying to stop the construction of the largest methanol manufacturing plant in the world at the port of Kalama WA. A failing culvert forces the closure of Highway 20 between Eaglemount Road and Anderson Lake Road for a week. And, as summer approaches, ranchers’ minds turn to relieving their livestock of their wool, so we revisit a story from several years ago: Shearing Day at the Rosebud Ranch and Fiber Studio.