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The brainchild of broadcaster, conservationist, and outdoorsman Tommy Hough, Treehuggers International is an environmental affairs and natural science show heard Sunday mornings on KBZT FM 94/9 in San Diego, and in capsule form on the webstream of KMTT 103.7 The Mountain in Seattle. Be Careful ~ You Might Just Learn Something!

The brainchild of broadcaster, conservationist, and outdoorsman Tommy Hough, Treehuggers International is an environmental affairs and natural science show heard Sunday mornings on KBZT FM 94/9 in San Diego, and in capsule form on the webstream of KMTT 103.7 The Mountain in Seattle. Be Careful ~ You Might Just Learn Something!
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San Diego, CA

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The brainchild of broadcaster, conservationist, and outdoorsman Tommy Hough, Treehuggers International is an environmental affairs and natural science show heard Sunday mornings on KBZT FM 94/9 in San Diego, and in capsule form on the webstream of KMTT 103.7 The Mountain in Seattle. Be Careful ~ You Might Just Learn Something!

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English


Episodes

Save Trestles Special Revisited

6/19/2013
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Orange County is still looking at building a long sought-after toll road through the backcounty of San Onofre State Beach in the San Mateo Creek watershed, despite the state and federal government repeatedly saying no.

Duration: 00:33:55


Amy Gulick and Salmon In the Trees

1/17/2013
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For two years, photographer Amy Gulick trekked among bears and bald eagles, and across forests and salmon-packed streams to document Alaska's Tongass National Forest in its natural, primeval state, for her book Salmon In the Trees. The most complete portion of remaining west coast temperate rainforest, the Tongass is the largest National Forest in the U.S., and the only National Forest to have been "excused" from Roadless Rule regulations.

Duration: 00:34:49


Anza Gap

1/12/2013
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Duration: 00:07:30


The Beating Heart of the Mojave Desert

1/7/2013
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If passed, the California Desert Protection Act will protect over one million acres of the Mojave Desert's last wild areas, with the creation of two new National Monuments: the Mojave Trails National Monument on former railroad lands adjoining historic U.S. Rt. 66, and the Sand to Snow National Monument, which would include areas from the desert floor of the Coachella Valley to the high country of the San Bernardino Mountains.

Duration: 00:32:45


Two-Part PBS Special On California State Parks

12/18/2012
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When the state of California set aside Yosemite Valley for protection as a park in 1864, it marked the beginning of California's state park system, and the beginning of the idea of preserving a landscape and an environment as a wholly protected, public place. Eventually, the California State Park system became the model upon which the National Park Service would be built. Filmmakers David Vassar and Sally Kaplan talked with Tommy about California Forever, their new, two-part PBS special on...

Duration: 00:37:08


Preserving Wilderness and Watersheds With Oregon Wild

7/29/2012
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Boasting an incredible coastline, several mountain ranges, high desert, thousands of square miles of forest, one of the most iconic National Parks in the west, and the Columbia River Gorge to the north and Hell's Canyon to the east, Oregon makes a strong case as one of the world's great outdoor destinations. The Executive Director of Oregon Wild talks about the issues wilderness advocates face in the Beaver State, from the future of former railroad lands to the slow return of wolves.

Duration: 00:46:25