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Amy Gulick and the Salmon in the Trees of the Tongass

February 16, 2023

This presentation of Treehuggers International originally aired on Sept. 4, 2011, on KBZT FM 94/9. Special thanks to Greg MacArthur at CBS Radio in Seattle for his help and assistance […]

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David Lamfrom and the Beating Heart of the Mojave Desert

February 15, 2023

This presentation of Treehuggers International originally aired on Oct. 10, 2010, on KBZT FM 94/9. Special thanks to the National Parks Conservation Association for their assistance in making this show […]

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Sustainable Development Areas (SDAs) Poor Bargain for San Diego

February 13, 2023

This piece was written and published by Nico Calavita, who serves as a Professor Emeritus in the Graduate Program in City Planning at San Diego State University. On Tuesday, Feb. 14th, […]

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Development Arrives at the Door of Rancho Guejito

February 10, 2023

This presentation of Treehuggers International originally aired on Oct. 19, 2008, on KBZT FM 94/9. Thanks to Bruce Coons from the Save Our Heritage Organisation, who first visited Rancho Guejito as part of […]

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Gettysburg Battlefield Now Focused on Fighting Casino, Box Stores

January 17, 2023

This episode of Treehuggers International originally aired on Aug. 4th, 2011, on KBZT FM 94/9. Many thanks to Perry Wheeler with the NPCA, and Katie Lawhon at Gettysburg National Military Park […]

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A Quick Request Ahead of the New Year

December 30, 2022

I hope you, your families, friends, and loved ones have been enjoying the holiday season. Our family has appreciated our renewed time together the last few weeks, and it’s been […]

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The City’s New Mira Mesa Community Plan Must Be Rejected

December 5, 2022

The new Mira Mesa Community Plan is up for a vote today at San Diego City Council, and honestly, it’s not looking good. The plan calls for an additional 54,000 residents […]

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Thank You for Everything On Our Journey Together

November 14, 2022

A week after Election Day, it’s clear our campaign has come up short. I’m disappointed, and I know you are too. But if our 20-month grassroots campaign has confirmed anything, […]

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November 11th and a Veterans Day Remembrance

November 10, 2022

Even though they served on different continents at different times, both my grandfathers called Nov. 11th Armistice Day. Now known as Veterans Day in the U.S., and still known as […]

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Election Day: The Stakes Are Too High Not to Vote

November 8, 2022

Election Day is here, and if you haven’t voted yet please do so. The need is too urgent. With two community plan updates on the line in Mira Mesa and University […]

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