[env-trinity] Join Hoopa on National Radio Oct. 29

Tom Stokely tstokely at att.net
Wed Oct 28 20:36:01 PDT 2009


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From: Allie Hostler 
Sent: Wednesday, October 28, 2009 6:57 PM
Subject: Join Hoopa on National Radio Oct. 29


Hi Friends,

There will be an hour-long national broadcast featuring the Hoopa and Karuk perspective on the Klamath deals tomorrow, Thursday, October 29 at 10a.m. pacific. The guests will be Mike Orcutt, Danny Jordan and I from Hoopa Tribal Fisheries and Bob Goodwin and Craig Tucker from the Karuk Tribe. The show is Native America Calling. It is aired on most tribal radio stations in the Nation. The good news is members of the public can CALL IN and ask questions. Please help us out by listening and/or calling in with a question. This is also a great opportunity to briefly state your position and why.

 

To listen to a live stream on the internet click the link below. At the bottom of the menu on the left side of the screen will be a "now airing" link. 

http://knba.org/

 

You may also visit their website for a list of stations that carry their show. One might be in your area.

http://www.nativeamericacalling.com/

 

For those of you in Hoopa, tune in to KIDE 91.3FM

 

Native America Calling Program Description: Thursday October 29, 2009 - Damming the Flow: 
The controversy over the waters of the Klamath River is once again spawning new questions. In the past, fall salmon runs on the river in Northern California were devastated and salmon were found bloated and dead in the river. Another part of the story includes farmers and irrigation. And recently the much awaited word of the removal of the dams came as a big relief as much as a new puzzle on how to manage the water. As this story continues to be written, what are the new issues that are damming up the flow of water and quality of life for all involved? Guests TBA.

 

 

 

Allie Hostler

Hoopa Valley Tribe - Fisheries Department

(530)625-4267 x12

(707)739-2323 cell

 

 
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