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2016 Interfaith Climate Conference Workshop: Don't Drown Our Culture. Stop the Dam Raise.

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Chief Caleen Sisk, Winnemem Wintu Tribe.

The growing demand for water in Southern California is putting the Winnemem Wintu culture and spirituality at risk.   The recently proposed raising of Shasta Dam by 18 feet to address the water crisis is a bad idea.  Raising the dam will harm fish, wildlife and the religious rights of the tribe when water-saving measures by farmers could save more water and cost much less.   Listen to the story from the Wintu point of view.

I See Hawks in LA

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The Folk Brothers hosted SoCal band I See Hawks in L.A. for KDRT's Live in the Loam, Friday, February 5, 2016.
 
The band has an impressive catalogue of original songs that cover the musical terrain of country, rock, psychedelia, folk, and bluegrass. Lyrically, the songs display a wry sense of situational humor that typically isn’t found in this genre. The Austin Chronicle refers to their sound as "a divine fusion of humor and twang that’s definitely high, but not that lonesome."
 

Davis City Council Candidate Forum 2016

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Sponsored by the Davis Vanguard. Co-sponsored by Civenergy and Davis Media Access. Featuring:

Will Arnold, Candidate, Davis City Council

Paul Boylan, Candidate, Davis City Council

Lucas Frerichs, Incumbent, Davis City Council

Brett Lee, Incumbent, Davis City Council

Matt Williams, Candidate, Davis City Council

Recorded March 12, 2016 at the Davis Community Church