This week on the Compass we talk with one of the leaders of a burgeoning local immigrant rights group (immigration activist Libby Palmer), and we take part in a cooperative art happening at Fort Worden (with artist Mavis Muller).
(first aired March 22, 2017). Host Kate Dwyer interviews David Allen, nursery manager at the Matt Albright Native Plant Center in Sequim. This is the center of the re-vegetation effort for the Olympic National Park’s Elwha River Restoration, and Kate and David discuss in part one of the interview the planning and work that went into the project. Closing music is “Moon River,” played by Henry Mancini and orchestra.
(first aired March 15, 2017). Nan Evans hosts a return visit from Jonathan White, active marine conservationist, sailor and surfer, and author of the new book “Tides: The Science and Spirit of the Ocean,” and learns about resonance in the second part of a discussion of tides. Closing music is “Riptide,” performed by Laura Veirs.