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"Now in the area, Vicky Fenson with blood work's Northwest. As starting December, 9th will start testing for covert 19 anti bodies and hopes of finding healthy plasma from donors. Who've recovered from the virus. Unfortunately, because of the increase in cases over the last few weeks, we are transfusing these plasma units at a higher rate. Latest pop up donor center We found here at the Moor Theater in downtown Seattle on Second Avenue fence and urging people to make an appointment by the way to donate at blood works and w dot Oregon once again, Blood works and W 0.0 R G. Makeshift memorial building into coma right now, after a homeless man was shot and killed at a small camp Thursday night. Now a 33 year old man is in jail, charged with second degree murder. Almost cold. Miller brings us up to date with new details. I found the streets and inside Ted's not much comes easy for those who live here, just outside of them. Now, this memorial to a man named Patrick Flowers sitting near it before he was shot and killed Thursday night into coma near Sixth and South M. And on Friday, a vigil to remember him. You come here and check on me, baby food or whatever wanted Vicky swims under, says Patrick, who was also homeless stopped by to check in on her, and then they heard yelling, she.
Farewell Last DC7
"Canker sixty now which was An aerial a firefighting tanker Is slash was operated by ericsson herro tanker out of medford oregon was retired earlier Sometime this year Tober october twenty eight is when the story was was dated so not not that long ago. for is this is the article says it's the last airworthy operational dc seven in the world. Well it seems implausible but not does to me too. But i don't know I according to this article it is. Yeah so i could buy that. It was the last one flying in the continental united states for example Even north america. But i have a hard time imagining a reliable old aircraft like this. I mean isn't still flying according to according to wikipedia wikipedia. Okay here we go well because this is the ultimate source but that's why that's why preface saying according to wikipedia. Yes there are no dc seven's in operation today. Well okay. that's another all right. It's kind of to another data point. And you bet
Fresh update on "oregon" discussed on Garden America
"One for president Trump in federal appeals court Jeremy Scott reports from the Oregon USA Radio News Bureau, the Trump administration has been given the green light to divert $3.6 billion from military construction projects to build a border wall. One of his top 2016 campaign promises. The fifth U. S. Circuit Court of Appeals ruled 2 to 1 on Friday that El Paso County in the nonprofit border Network for Human Rights did not have this standing to do so. This overturns a lower court ruling. President elect Joe Biden says he intends to end the wall from the Oregon USA Radio News Bureau. I'm Jeremy Scott George's Senator Kelly La Flor did not attend a campaign rally with Vice President Mike Pence after getting word that a campaign aide died in a car crash. 20 year old Harrison deal was killed in a multi vehicle accident in South Georgia. Deal was also an intern for Senator David Perdue and a family friend of Georgia Governor Brian Kemp. Kemp also did not attend the Pence rally in Savannah..
What Next Year's Redrawing Of Voting Districts May Look Like
"Year year is is a a once once in in a decade opportunity for all 50 states to redraw the lines of state and congressional voting District's In most places. State lawmakers are in charge of drawing those maps. So both parties poured money into state legislative races this year, and the result was a major disappointment to Democrats. Republicans won in almost all the states that will be key to redistricting. We've got three reporters with us to talk about what these fights will look like in different parts of the country. Ashley Lopez from member Station Kut in Austin, Texas, Dirk Vander Hart from Oregon Public Broadcasting in Portland and Steve Harrison of member station W F A in Charlotte, North Carolina. Good to have you all here? Hey, Ari. Hi, sorry. Actually, let's start with you in Texas. The state's getting more diverse, and it's one of many places where Democrats had hoped to take over the house and didn't what happened there. Yes, so those hopes were totally dashed. Democrats are hoping to gain a majority in the Texas house. You know, at least one chamber so they could have a seat at the table this time around because they've been completely shut out for decades, but much like every other state that Democrats were hoping to flip a chamber in they were unsuccessful. In Texas, they had their sights set on flipping nine seats. That were quite frankly, just out of reach for them, largely because those districts were drawn to favor Republicans by Republicans 10 years ago. So in case you wondered if, like redistricting was important. This is a good example. Why So Republican lawmakers are again completely in charge of the process, You know, from top to bottom and because of the U. S Supreme Court decision recently that said that states can gerrymander for partisan Basie's than they really don't have any reason to hold back. That makes it sound like Democrats in Texas have no tools at all. Is there any kind of check or balance on Republican power in the state? Yeah, well, like the last time the courts are really the only check they have right so Even though partisan gerrymandering his legal, which is drawing districts that favor of party over the other, drawing maps that discriminate against people of color is definitely not. That's illegal. And because race and partisanship sometimes go hand in hand, it might be kind of impossible for Republicans. Jerry Mander, based on partisanship without running afoul of racial discrimination laws. So and in fact, Stephanie Swanson with the League of Women voters of Texas, she said that this is actually been a persistent issue in Texas. So in the past 50 years, Texas has been found to have racially discriminated or violated the Voting Rights Act and every redistricting cycle. They could very much still do the same thing on Toe. Stop it. Yes! Oh, Texas has like a pretty bad track record with this and because of so much of Texas is growth in the past few years and decades has been overwhelmingly because of growth among communities of color groups say they're looking to make sure that those political lines draw like retain that political power and population growth that has accumulated over the past few years. All right, let's turn from Texas to Oregon because Republicans next year are going to have total control of 20 state. Legislatures, with Matt making power and Democrats are only going to have total control of seven, but Oregon is one of those seven. So Dirk Vander Hart, What does that mean for redistricting in your state? Well, that's right. Democrats here have super majorities in the House and Senate along with the governor's office, and as of January, they're going to hold the secretary of state's office as well. That's really notable here because in Oregon if the Legislature and governor can't agree on how to reach our legislative maps, the secretary of state takes over the process, and actually, in the past half century, the Legislature has failed to pass. They planned much of the time. So that is one reason Republicans were really adamant about hanging on to the secretary of state's office. In this year's election, there would have been at least some path for them to have meaningful influence in redistricting. Instead, though, a progressive Democrat named Show me a Fagan won the seat. So does that mean Republicans are totally frozen out in Oregon? As the Democrats are in Texas? You know for 2021 that absolutely looks like the case Earlier this year, there was an effort to try to establish a nonpartisan redistricting commission that would take control of the process from lawmakers. That's something Republicans were pretty supportive of, but it failed to even get enough signatures to make the ballot. So show me a fake in the new secretary of State has said she would appoint an independent commission to help advise her. We have not seen a lot of what that looks like. All right, let's head east to North Carolina, which has been the site of many high profile gerrymandering cases over the last few years. What things look like now in Charlotte, Steve Harrison. Yes. So I think it's safe to say North Carolina has been one of those bitterly contested states over political Jerry Mannering after Republicans took control here in 2010. It was a North Carolina case. It was heard by the Supreme Court in the summer of 2019, in which the justices said that Jerry Mandarin based on political party was not unconstitutional. And that was a decision that Democrats across the country said was bad for democracy. In North Carolina. There was also litigation and state court that was successful enforced Republicans to redraw legislative and congressional maps before the 2020 election. And with these new maps, Democrats were really hopeful they could win at least one chamber and have a say and drawing the new maps next year. But they had to win in rural and suburban areas. And like what happened in Texas and other places those hopes really fizzled out. The GOP kept control of both the House and Senate. And so what does that mean for redrawing the maps next year? Has the GOP indicated what they plan to do so they aren't giving any clues, But first they're doing a little bit of gloating. They're saying, Look, we want in 2010 on maps the Democrats drew and we want in 2020 on maps that Democrats said you were pretty fair, so they're taking a victory lap. The question is, are they going to take a hard line approach next year and draw the maps themselves and lock Democrats out? Democrats here are pretty worried. Here's Natasha Marcus, a state senator from Mecklenburg County, home to Charlotte. What I do think is that Republicans who run the General Assembly are smart, and they're gonna certainly Take steps to make things look transparent and one more thing. There's an assumption here that Democrats are going to benefit from new maps just because so much of the population growth is in cities like rally in Charlotte, which you're very blue. But the state's top Republican Senate leader, Phil Berger, is saying not so fast. He's making this kind of interesting argument that Republican voters in these cities are disenfranchised because the GOP doesn't have any representation there. So he's saying, Look, we have 30% of the vote and no members in the Legislature. So he's saying, Hey, maybe we should draw a safe Republican seat in Charlotte. So take a step back. These votes in November have implications for political power in the U. S over the next decade. What is this likely to mean? So, Yeah, one thing going forward in North Carolina, there was hope to have an independent commission to draw maps. That's what Democrats wanted. That's not gonna happen, and I think that's been a push in a lot of places around the country, and Republicans just aren't interested in doing that. So one thing I think you can have the possibility to continue nationwide is a situation where one party may get more votes for their state House chamber or state Senate chamber. But still have fewer seats overall. That is Steve Harrison of member station W F A E in Charlotte, North Carolina, along with Ashley Lopez of member station, Kut in Austin, Texas. And Dirk Vander Hart of Oregon. Public Broadcasting in Portland. Thank you all.
What Next Year's Redrawing Of Voting Districts May Look Like
"In a decade opportunity for all 50 states to redraw the lines of state and congressional voting District's In most places. State lawmakers are in charge of drawing those maps. So both parties poured money into state legislative races this year, and the result was a major disappointment to Democrats. Republicans won in almost all the states that will be key to redistricting. We've got three reporters with us to talk about what these fights will look like in different parts of the country. Ashley Lopez from member Station Kut in Austin, Texas, Dirk Vander Hart from Oregon Public Broadcasting in Portland and Steve Harrison of member station W F A in Charlotte, North Carolina. Good to have you all here? Hey, Ari. Hi. Actually, let's start with you in Texas. The state's getting more diverse, and it's one of many places where Democrats had hoped to take over the house and didn't what happened there. Yes, so those hopes were totally dashed. Democrats were hoping to gain a majority in the Texas house. You know, at least one chamber so they could have a seat at the table this time around because they've been completely shut out for decades, but much like every other state that Democrats were hoping to flip a chamber in they were unsuccessful. In Texas, they had their sights set on flipping nine seats. That were quite frankly, just out of reach for them, largely because those districts were drawn to favor Republicans by Republicans 10 years ago. So in case you wondered if, like redistricting was important. This is a good example. Why So Republican lawmakers are again completely in charge of the process. You know, from top to bottom and because of the U. S Supreme Court decision recently that said that states can gerrymander for partisan bases than they really don't have any reason to hold back. That makes it sound like Democrats in Texas have no tools at all. Is there any kind of check or balance on Republican power in the state? Yeah, well, like the last time the courts are really the only check they have right so Even though partisan gerrymandering his legal, which is drawing districts that favor of party over the other, drawing maps that discriminate against people of color is definitely not. That's illegal. And because race and partisanship sometimes go hand in hand, it might be kind of impossible for Republicans. Jerry Mander, based on partisanship without running afoul of racial discrimination laws. So and in fact, Stephanie Swanson with the League of Women voters of Texas, she said that this is actually been a persistent issue in Texas. So in the past 50 years, Texas has been found to have racially discriminated or violated the Voting Rights Act and every redistricting cycle. They could very much still do the same thing on Texas Toe Oregon because Republicans next year are going to have total control of 20 state legislatures, with Matt making power, and Democrats are only going to have total control of seven. But Oregon is one of those seven. So Dirk Vander Hart, What does that mean for redistricting in your state? Well, that's right. Democrats here have super majorities in the House and Senate along with the governor's office, and as of January, they're going to hold the secretary of state's office as well. That's really notable here because in Oregon if the Legislature and governor can't agree and how to reach our legislative maps, the secretary of state takes over the process. And actually, in the past half century, the Legislature has failed to pass. They plan much of the time. So that is one reason Republicans were really adamant about hanging on to the secretary of state's office. In this year's election, there would have been at least some path for them to have meaningful influence in redistricting. Instead, though, a progressive Democrat named Show me a Fagan won the seat. So does that mean Republicans are totally frozen out in Oregon? As the Democrats are in Texas? You know for 2021 that absolutely looks like the case Earlier this year, there was an effort to try to establish a nonpartisan redistricting commission that would take control of the process from lawmakers. That's something Republicans were pretty supportive of, but it failed to even get enough signatures to make the ballot. So show me a fake in the new secretary of State has said she would appoint an independent commission to help advise her. We have not seen a lot of what that looks like. All right, let's head east to North Carolina, which has been the site of many high profile gerrymandering cases over the last few years. What things look like now in Charlotte, Steve Harrison. Yes. So I think it's safe to say North Carolina has been one of those bitterly contested states over political Jerry Mannering after Republicans took control here in 2010. It was a North Carolina case. It was heard by the Supreme Court in the summer of 2019, in which the justices said that Jerry Mandarin based on political party was not unconstitutional, and that was a decision that Democrats across the country said was bad for democracy. In North Carolina. There was also litigation and state court that was successful enforced Republicans to redraw legislative and congressional maps before the 2020 election. And with these new maps, Democrats were really hopeful they could win at least one chamber and have a say and drawing the new maps next year. But they had to win in rural and suburban areas. And like what happened in Texas and other places those hopes really fizzled out. The GOP kept control of both the House and Senate. And so what does that mean for redrawing the maps next year? Has the GOP indicated what they plan to do so they aren't giving any clues, But first they're doing a little bit of gloating. They're saying, Look, we want in 2010 on maps that Democrats drew and we want in 2020 on maps that Democrats said We're pretty fair, so they're taking a victory lap. The question is, are they going to take a hard line approach next year and draw the maps themselves and lock Democrats out? Democrats here are pretty worried. Here's Natasha Marcus, a state senator from Mecklenburg County, home to Charlotte. What I do think is that Republicans who run the General Assembly are smart, and they're gonna certainly Take steps to make things look transparent and one more thing. There's an assumption here that Democrats are going to benefit from new maps just because so much of the population growth is in cities like rally in Charlotte, which you're very blue. The state's top Republican Senate leader, Phil Berger, is saying not so fast. He's making this kind of interesting argument that Republican voters in these cities are disenfranchised because the GOP doesn't have any representation there. So he's saying, Look, we have 30% of the vote and no members in the Legislature. So he's saying, Hey, maybe we should draw a safe Republican seat in Charlotte. So take a step back. These votes in November have implications for political power in the U. S over the next decade. What is this likely to mean? So, Yeah, one thing going forward in North Carolina, there was hope to have an independent commission to draw maps. That's what Democrats wanted. That's not gonna happen, and I think that's been a push in a lot of places around the country. And Republicans just aren't interested in doing that. So one thing I think you can have. The possibility to continue nationwide is a situation where one party may get more votes for their state House chamber or state Senate chamber. But still have fewer seats overall.
Masking Herbal Tastes
"Is a really strong indication of the medicinal properties of plant but as we know from a physiological perspective certain taste of herbs especially bidders actually tasting that flavor on. Your tongue is a really important attribute for actually the medicinal virtues being conveyed to the body and so a question came up. Recently in regards to someone may be sweetening up and herb tea with some stevia or some honey and if we added a whole bunch of things to an herbal formula that changes its taste. Is that going to change the medicinal impact of that formula. So that is the topic of discussion for this week's post and hopefully you learn something good from it all right question. Number three is coming from lara. And laura's asking if a patient takes a bitter or pungent herbal tea or concoction for a digestive condition but then adds a bunch of stevia to mass that strong bitter or pungent taste ending up with a t that tastes sweet and not bitter or pungent. Well that somehow dilute intended effect or send the wrong signal. To the brain and oregon's will the tongue and digestive tract receptors registered as sweet and thereby weaken the resulting action. Intended with the originally prescribed herb. That's a really good question. Laura yeah that is a really good question so different. Herbalists are probably going to answer this question. Very differently i would. So i'll do my best to show both sides of the equation. Here i would say more of probably an old school traditional herbalist that really sees the importance of the actual taste of the herbs. Conveying the medicinal influence. Yes adding a whole bunch of stevia to a bitter pungent t and making it sweet and no longer bidder is definitely going to take away from some of the medicinal properties. More of a bio chemically oriented. Herbalists is going to say no. The herbs still have all of their biochemical constituents there and regardless of whether they're actually tasting it as bitter or not. You're still going to get the medicinal effect So which one is true. Well i would say a little bit of both right and it's always me right. I'm always like trying to see both sides of the equation. I don't necessarily think either one is necessarily right or wrong You know. I don't think that the herbs are going to like completely be nullified by making an herbal formula taste sweet. I'm not sure it's going to be quite as strong as it would have been if it was at full bitter potency right so i definitely imagined that it will still have a medicinal effect but i don't think it's going to be quite as strong as it would be if it were full strength. Now that being said. I think your question brings up an important consideration here. Though in regards to client compliance. One of the biggest reasons client doesn't take the herbs that you give them is one because it's too complicated right. We give them way too much all at once and they get overwhelmed and then they don't do any of it or to Taste right there. Just like i can't take this just absolutely tastes awful. It's really hard for me to get down. So i would say herbalist will take that into consideration and try to adjust their protocols to make it more suitable for the client and their lifestyle and what they can actually do and tolerate. I think. I don't think it's great for a clinician to be like well tough shit choke it down. I don't care like you need to take this. I don't really think that works so much. Maybe for some people it does but for most probably not so much so this is where when you're administering a formula to a client. It's really important for you to listen to those things
NIP Drops Out of Dota
"An ip also known as nip depending on who you want to be casting. Your games are no longer together in terms of the org so the oregon has dropped the doda to team completely. The in case you forgot the roster is charlie supreme saver light sonoko and my boy arrow is michika but in the official roster. I think he might still be listed there. But he hasn't played with the team for a while. He has another team entirely michelle. Maybe still officially on tryout. So that's why he was not added to the official ip roster. So i guess they're still they were still technically a four man team but so are you surprised by this not really it's just it's really How to say this is a great example of the times right. I'm gonna. I'm gonna read out the quote from there From the coo. About why they chose to do this. Because i think they're trying to make it very clear that they're not leaving doda because they don't like the game or like the team that they have or whatever but its economy right so says this year has taken a massive toll on what was already an unstable ecosystem with the indefinite postponement of the deep sea. And the international we find ourselves in an increasingly unclear path to financial stability within the game. We're seeing a high concentration of town in the region meaning that the cost of keeping up is markedly higher while revenues are dwindling. Ninjas in pajamas is one of the most iconic teams in the world competing for the biggest trophies is a core part of our dna and the road so that through is simply not viable at this point because of that we have decided to shut down our doda to department in its current format and rethink our strategy regional presence completely a special thanks go star players who have worked hard to improve. Take all positively to our all our ideas on how to rethink the current way of approaching doda to. It's an incredibly talented group of players. Who have no doubt go far. I wish them the very best of luck. So there's a couple of things here right one. Is they talk about how europe is just too expensive like the cost. Benefit here is not good when there's no d. c. n. ti. It's way cheaper on the team and other regions because the salary expectations are lower. That's one well in addition to that. Obviously you like we just said is the highest tier doda right now. So if you're not in the top echelon which they're not yup then. You're not going to be doing well either. And then if you go to another region like for example if they picked up an a team like that in the current form even make sense. I don't know with the new. Dpc calling in january. Maybe it's possible but we've talked about this before and we just can't be surprised dr sure there's teams that are actually winning right now. That are doing decently. Well that are still losing money. And that's the problem with doda in not shun. Hopefully things will start changing as a result of the dp A big problem here. Is that an order of this magnitude. Needs to pull out of the game because of economy. That's the red flag right. It's not that big leaves. Doda can have different reasons for doing it. You can leave it because your team just isn't doing well. Or you want to reinvest into another game and you want to focus on that instead but this wording to me is pretty clear it is. We can't profit off this game and it sucks because we like it. You know that that pretty much seems to be the case and they're not the first ones right the reason this is making more headlines as that it's an ip there's been other teams doing the exact same like in Multiple teams have shutdown orders. That were investing just ended up quitting. Was it crazy. The team was zoa and It's a tra- the org left first. And then eventually the team disbanded but like and they probably ended up disbanding because they had no financial support and terminally so you know it's kind of a ripple effect and all we can do is really hope that whatever valve does in the start of the next year i just hope. It's not the bare minimum. You know. I really hope they understand. And see how much value there is in getting invested in this. And how much there is to lose really by not doing it that we don't just settle. I feel like we've settled for pretty long and we need some sort of like active interference. Or whatever you wanna call it.
Farmworkers need more protections from wildfire smoke, union leader says
"In mid september farm workers in oregon's willamette valley watched the skies turn red wildfires. Were burning closer. Were were scared. They had a lot of questions. That's raina lopez. Pa- coon a union of latin ex-workers. She says people were worried about going out into the fields because of the smoke the state urged employers to stop outdoor work but many farms kept operating because the crops were ripe. So many workers showed up. Some of them don't want to miss work. Because i want the times folks are heads of households single moms and they're holding it down for their families right so even missing one day two days after things about shutdown with kovin that's devastating for families who are really struggling to make ends meet when the state issued evacuation orders in some areas. Not everyone got the message. Some people act internet access or could not understand the language spoken on the radio so lopez says that it has wildfires become more extreme more needs to be done to protect workers. She advocates for better protective gear culturally appropriate communication and policies. That make it easier for people to stay home when conditions are too dangerous to be outside.
Mobile labs target "testing deserts" where COVID-19 can spread undetected
"Some communities in the U. S have less access to Corona virus testing these days, allowing the virus to spread undetected. CBS's Mark Strassmann says mobile testing labs are trying to change that. I blame you head back just a tad. There you go. Lisa Wright wanted a covert test. Without this mobile testing lab, The 70 year old retired nurse would have to drive an hour to get one. I want to know whether you know, have it or not. Set your mind at ease. Yes, roughly 13,000 People live in Sumpter County, the poorest pocket of Alabama they learn to do without. But Marcus Campbell, a county commissioner here drew the line at covert testing. We were a test in desert and people would always acts when they heard about testing going on and other areas. Why not in Sumpter County? According to research by Johns Hopkins Communities of Color often have less access to covert testing. In Alabama Majority Black counties tend to have fewer tests available. The majority white counties There were similar trends in Oregon, Delaware, New Mexico and South Dakota in predominantly Hispanic and indigenous American counties. All those two causes and it was heartbreaking to me. We buried two family members on the same day. Did it motivate you to get tested to folks who need it? Absolutely. Campbell coordinated with Watley Health Services to set up drive through testing in West Alabama. Since March, more than 4000 people have been tested. 10% tested positive. It is reward to know that they can get it done. I'm sure you continue to wear your mask. These mobile labs test 2 to 3 times a week in west Alabama Testing desert no more.
Plan released to reduce massive wildfires in US West
"Just released a plan to remove or change vegetation in the US West To help stop devastating wildfires. The U. S Bureau of Land Management is trying to limit wildfires and sage brush habitat areas and parts of Idaho, Oregon. Washington, California, Nevada and Utah. The plan calls for prescribed fires fueled breaks and other measures to limit the massive blazes these areas have experienced over recent decades. Come on.
Plan released to reduce massive wildfires in US West
"A final programmatic environmental impact statement released by the bureau of land management aims to limit wildfires and promote sagebrush ecosystem restoration in Alice's released Friday does not operate any specific projects and it's still subject to a thirty day public protest period especial se can be used to save time and money and help local land managers comply with the national environmental policy act it affects a three hundred fifty thousand square mile area of the Great Basin and includes parts of Washington Oregon California Nevada Utah and Idaho wildfires continue to impact the high desert ecosystems that support some three hundred and fifty species of wildlife projects to restore sagebrush range land and reduce fuels can reduce the severity of wildfires deputy director Perry Pendley said restoring sagebrush communities improve the sustainability working rangelands and can reduce the expansion of invasive annual grasses I'm Jennifer king
Many turn to real Christmas trees as bright spot amid virus
"Real Christmas trees are making a comeback amid pandemic lockdowns more Americans are staying home for the holidays and with normal holiday festivities canceled families are looking for a safe way to create special memories mackenzie cook is the owner mackenzie farms the largest provider of fresh cut Christmas trees in the world first for Christmas trees are in great demand never seen the man like we have this officials from the Christmas tree promotion board say more than twenty percent of consumers who put up an artificial tree last year plan to buy a real tree this year Christmas tree shop or any Sir why is a respiratory nurse who's been caring for corona virus patients at a Portland Oregon hospital I know we'll have our own little tree with a purple light and a thirty something small to look forward to I'm Jennifer king
Americans risk traveling over Thanksgiving despite warnings
"Despite the warnings from health experts and elected officials about further spreading the corona virus millions of Americans traveled for the thanksgiving holiday among those warning about an exponential acceleration of Kobe at nineteen cases and deaths Chicago mayor Lori Lightfoot I'm urging you not to engage in your normal thanksgiving plans but the highways and airports were packed with travelers willing to take the risk in San Francisco we've had our travel plan to Hawaii since the summer this college student decided she wanted to fly home from Oregon I'm not worried about it because I'm not at risk however I do follow the rules and the precautions because of my parents one woman flying from New Jersey to Florida disappointed by travelers crammed together in security lines and taking off their face masks on a packed plane to eat and drink it's estimated holiday airline travel was down about sixty percent compared to last year hi Jackie Quinn
Wildfire-Ravaged Washington State Farming Town In Limbo As It Awaits Aid To Rebuild
"Almost three months ago, A wildfire destroyed most of a farming town in Washington state mold in Washington is still waiting for the Trump Administration to respond to the States Disaster declaration request. NPR's Kirk Siegler reports that many of the town's mostly lower income residents have had to rely on donations while they wait when historic wildfires overwhelmed the West Coast. In September, the governors of California, Oregon and Washington followed Standard protocol and asked President Trump to declare a major disaster. That frees up millions in federal aid for everything from temporary housing the cleanup to rebuilding infrastructure after some politicking and tweeting these air blue states after all, California and Oregon's major disaster declarations were mostly quickly approved organ heard nine days after their fire, and their fire was on the same day as ours. September 7 2020 Scott Hawkinson says it's been 71 days since Washington asked the president for its disaster declaration. On Labor Day, A wind driven range fire destroyed approximately 80% of homes in mold in Washington, including Hope Henson's, He's on the Town council and is trying to lead its recovery task force. The fires were worse overall in California and Oregon. Thankfully, nobody died in Maldon. But most of it's some 300 residents were uninsured and already living on the economic margins. But to see this on the news reports that you know the FEMA trailers are rolling in to help some people. We're in exactly the same condition. It just makes you wonder. Even in the best of times where we at did we get for gotten so fire survivors are left only to speculate. Is this politics bureaucracy just incompetence. In a brief email of FEMA spokesperson told NPR only that the administration is still reviewing Washington's request. Waiting this long and not even getting denied. Aid is extremely unusual. Yeah, I've never heard of this happening before Carolyn Kousky runs the Warden Risk center at the University of Pennsylvania. Delays create a lot of extra costs for families for the community. And the longer it takes, the more those cost can ripple and create problems, problems like delays and getting people into basic temporary housing or just cleaning up the town. And the longer Molden is in limbo, Kousky says. The harder it gets to try to rebuild smarter and more resilient against the next seemingly inevitable wildfire. This is what Scott Hokanson, the town councilman, has been trying to push even with so many people, including himself in crisis right now were hampered and how much we can move forward in which direction we could go until we hear from Dina Hawkinson says. The mayor recently resigned. So did the city clerk and there are real worries. Maldon won't rebuild and may empty out. He's trying to stay upbeat night chuckle because it's gotten to the point where it's not funny that way. It's just you have to laugh or else you'll cry. Kirk Siegler NPR
interview With Andy Imhof
"Rebels. And welcome to too many podcasts. It's me jim the podcast. I'm going to ask you a simple question. are you hungry. I know that sounds like a weird question that year on a podcast. But are you because i can tell you. If you're not hungry now you will probably be hungry by the end of this interview. It's weird effect that you get when talking to my guest who's our guest today shah. His name is andy hof he is the host of pardon my fork that he hosts with his wife and they talk about wealth course foodstuff and food sport and all sorts of cooking stuff and i made it a point to have a good meal before i actually spoke to andy and i would still angry by the end of the interview. Not fair indie not fair but anyway i really enjoyed it and he gives some interesting pointers and he talked about eating some interesting food and doing some interesting things with food. Careful get that out of the got stopped at you. I over that. Yeah you with the hat not anyway. Let's get back to it and we will take a listen to my conversation with any am hof of pardon. My fork hello rebels. We are in the kitchen at the sherpur chalet and my guest. Today is a guy who hosts a podcast with co host and his co host in life. His wife korean his his and enough naming the podcast called. Pardon my fork yes sir. Hey you just talked about being in the kitchen and Kitchen i actually took the advice of one of the positive reviews of your podcast really. Yeah do you know what that is. No hit me this. I'm not making this up if you look at your reviews. I know we don't usually like to do that. But if you get curious. I just saw someone say. Don't listen to this podcast on an empty stomach because you to be hungry by the time that you've done. Yeah that is a fact. That is the truth and tonight my my wife and i went out went out for a belated birthday dinner for her. And we stopped and got some pastry. So i'm good i'm false. I'm ready to rock and roll friend Some we can do it right this time. You don't have a beverage with you do jim. Unfortunately i do not. Oh man see a couple of things that i'm going to be sipping on while we talk a couple of things that are local actually to me here in oregon i have a rogue rolling. Thunder scouted whiskey. And i'm going to be chasing it with a little bit of Burr citius kasha. Forget which beer this is now. I by by a mckay time. That's the problem. I think this is the cherry trees. Tabula s- from them. We more concerned with with drinking more about alcohol and beverages before food or did the cooking element come first. The cooking element came first. We always had a little bit of the drink element that's mostly because my first show was actually called boost booze and barbecue and it was a variety show. We enjoy doing that. Show but as happens in life you know my co host Moved to a different town. Got a house pregnant like the whole thing and so things were not gonna work out any more and so i put a hiatus on that show. It's actually back now. But we had such a long hiatus that has been kind of a slow. Go trying to big things back up but you know the the booze portion had really come into the same time as the food with that. It focused mostly or excuse me focuses mostly on automotive talk and then the fair portion of of the booze and the barbecue. Pardon my fork has really just encompassed the food and here the last three months you know with the whole covert thing we started doing some like virtual tastings and it's amazing to me how many people have gotten on board seriously we. We get sent stuff all the time to taste and drink. We have tons of people who tune in locally. We your listeners is. They're not familiar with was won't really mean a lot to them. But we are. The most watched and listened to food related podcasts. In the mid will emma valley. But congratulations. thank you my friend i. It's a bit of an accomplishment like we're the biggest in organ or something like that but you know as far as our specific niche we go out to about sixteen thousand people a month and i'm very proud of that. How did you first get involved in the beginning with food and restaurants and drink and what we earliest so actually grew up in a restaurant. I started in my parents restaurant when i was twelve and it was just a pizza joint but i wanted all the basics. Learn how to you know work a knife and roll dough and you know what cooking temperatures are. And what flavors i liked and flavors. I didn't like got me out of the yummy phase the phase. What we call people who eat breakfast cereal for dinner because they just say man. This is what tastes good. You know we go to a restaurant with them in illinois groundings go mouths to have a dry burger bringing some catch up on the side. You know those people. They're still in the yummy face. They haven't developed their pallet. Really haven't gotten out of their their comfort zone of food. If you know what. I mean general. I kind of broke out of that early on i guess is what i'm saying
Interview With Seth Moody
"Hello everybody welcome to another episode of when i'm hi this is the podcast. That's all about You know what it's like to be high and you know we get into some other topics as well sometimes so if you listen to the last couple of episodes you heard becca dystech. She is the nymph of nymph and woodsmen a company out in oregon and we are very happy to have the woodsmen part of that. We've got seth moody here Seth say hello. Tell us a little bit more about you and you know any anything else that the people need to know thanks for inviting me to your podcast spencer. Yeah i'm the woodsmen of nippon. Woodsmen and becca. And i live on a beautiful farm in southern oregon in the middle the system mountains. And it's fall and it's beautiful just snowed and we finally got some rain and it feels really good right now. So that's awesome. I'm very jealous about the area that you live in. That sounds absolutely gorgeous. I hope to possibly even live out in an area like that. Someday my wife. And i both would love to do that as our A retire retiring area. I don't know what i'm trying to say. But you get the picture. So so you're here to talk about cannabis what it feels like to be high. And obviously you have a very special relationship with Cannabis specifically the cd side of things Can you give us give us some history. While i'm when was the first time you tried cannabis You know wha what's what's your history like there. Yeah that's a good one. My history pretty extensive. I started smoking cannabis when i was sixteen and and on probably while until now i smoke pretty consistently now But through my twenties it was off my late teens. it was off. I was in the army. So i didn't. I didn't smoke at all. Actually when i got out and smoke for a while. But then i moved to alaska. And i got in with bluegrass crowd and started doing joy relaxing music and art and creativity. And so i really started to smoke a little bit more than but it was mixed with alcohol and so it was always strange A lot of times it was strange for me then. So i quit then after moving to hawaii Oddly enough living in hawaii i didn't smoke at all was too expensive. It was too difficult to get and it just actually wasn't conducive to the to. The work i was doing i was i was diving. I was underwater a lot. And i honestly didn't feel like i needed to be high. I was so much going on in my environment So it was really nice but then you know fast forward to now and fifty one. I've had medical conditions now. Chronic medical conditions that only cannabis actually works for me and allows me to function. The pharmaceutical solutions arm suitable treatments. They create actually more confusion in issues than thc cannabis use see quite heavily us around three hundred milligrams a day. Cbd right around there. I use a lousy and it feels good and it works. Good for me. That's my history in a nutshell. Yeah that's awesome. I feel like. I have so many things to respond to. And of course the as i described to you at the beginning of this and then you know. The listeners may not fully understand the logistics of doing these remote interviews are difficult and so i tried to not interrupt my guests because it just makes the communication really difficult when we have like a one to two second delay. So i i you know you've you you're living in oregon. You lived in alaska. You lived in hawaii. These are these amazing places. And i love that you said that in in hawaii you didn't even really feel like you needed it I was lucky enough to be in hawaii for a short amount of time. It was like two weeks back in the early two thousands. But i mean i. I know exactly what you're saying it. It's this absolutely gorgeous place. And i mean i can't even imagine what it would what it was like to be diving there and and doing all that fun stuff and i think. Hawaii is pretty known for cannabis isn't it. Oh definitely definitely. But i was. On and kuwaiti is a notorious family island. It's it's oriented for families and as far as tourism goes Maui famous for cannabis and big island is more famous for cannabis and even a walking Quite has some but it's so small that it's really More treats for locals that are shared. And when i got there but after the first six months and i was there for five years. I didn't really smoke anymore at all. I didn't actually yeah. It was just so beautiful relaxing.
Here Are the States Where COVID-19 Is Increasing
"Continues taking a heavy toll on long term care facility statewide. Chris right with the Department of Social and Health Services, says more than 300 nursing homes and assisted care facilities of current outbreaks with a huge loss of life. Going back to the month of February were oppression 1400. Yes, facilities statewide since the beginning of the other pandemic, which is still hovering about 55% of total deaths in the state are related toe long term care facilities. As we mentioned a recent days you're on comb Oh Josephine, caring community and stand. Boyd has the largest current outbreak in the state with 99 covert cases and five deaths because of the new restrictions. Into our visits are suspended for all long term care facilities, except for end of life care and checking on Oregon, they report a record number of covert cases for a second day in a role. As of Saturday, the state saw more than 1500 new cases spread across all but four the state's 36 counties there, a majority in the city of Portland. There will be no recreational visits to Canada from our state for at least another month. Covert 19 to blame Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau tweeted the announcement that he extended the current border measures by another 30 days until at least December. 21st International update. Trudeau says Cobain cases there are spiking as well, and he asked Canadian residents not to go out if you don't have to, not to travel If you don't have to that for the coming weeks, we need to flatten this curve. Non
"oregon" Discussed on Oregon Rooted: The Dirt Show
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"oregon" Discussed on Oregon Rooted: The Dirt Show
"I'm trying to keep a small look at this. You can't even see there's not even anything on there. There's nothing next year to clean your dad tool off in between you would have done it right. We would have had separate tab gills. Don't have that many tools. i keep wiping it off. In between in case you haven't noticed that So does not taste like coconut..
"oregon" Discussed on Oregon Rooted: The Dirt Show
"Yup Disappointed that more southern oregon people didn't enter specially bo- yeah a lot of people. Don't you know might think it's a little now. If southern oregon more southern oregon extractors would have entered their stuff in there. but anyway. so who's trying to do. You can go first. Okay so see one right. You go to see. No i'm coffers someting. Small dabs An effort to not get too high on each dab and be honest about the reporting not in irritate. The fuck. You guys can great that one. This is what they mean up here. So i was aesthetic in texture. Agency says is sugar. Which of league can see that it. Straight up shutter. It really is trying to get that glare off right yet. It's sugar for sure. Take light smell. Byun sugary wet. Five problem yeah. Aromatic incense guys come on. I mean i can smell harley anything so would your opinion i say two or three two or three will go for a three three. Wanna be and. I say sugar usually doesn't have a lot of school. It has diamonds attend to not have love smell at times. Most time it's in the turbines with the sauce so the other part is taste affect and burn. I'm not taking big to say. Now take split that in half part. There's your hit. You know. So this year i was talking about how we had done fairly well with our grow. I'm a really firm believer that you want it. Go for it. Cold starts is what we're doing. As far as i'm concerned is probably the best way to be able to taste the flavor. Not so sure about full of facts. Although hot dad to take a year to off your life if you do it wrong so not bad on the flavor. I can taste more on the flavor. Does that the arna sense. That pharma sense friggin tickles. Victors personal jack. Berry you might look that up one taking it and see what cross that is. Yeah i'll check that out and let the alcohol open so easy access since this is going to be personal. I think we should grade that. And then you and. I can migrate. And then we'll average it camp. There's an acute okay. So tiger balm tiger bery era go. No it's definitely sugar for sure. That is a big hit a big ass head when you say calm down on their on their peaks okay definitely does not taste like it smells. No it smells a little more. Funky tastes a little more Definitely not one of my favorites. But it's interesting sing as we already tried that the delano. Do we want to skip the schedule. It's definitely a lotta. We know if you try to lotto you really. it's a good one. it is If you tried age lotto and you liked lotto it would be one. That's nailed it. Yeah right one yes definitely has you can taste the cushion it. You can taste all of the things that are in delana What's my favorite. Martian pushed us onto the end. It doesn't matter. You mark down like on. I give it like a service. I dunno not even a three. That's going to be a. I'm sorry but that's two for me. And i like sweet things. I think i'm gonna do happy cabbage last just because we tried happy cabbage. So we're kinda we're kinda on that one so we should probably go to ones that we have not tried very often so is committed to north muskegon northwest kind. And then we'll try. We'll do the happy cabbage last now. This i think northwest klein is when we had before not necessarily the strain. But i do enjoy little things like this Inside the box total oregon. Look you could almost exactly tell which part of oregon it is. If you've been here she there you go. Oh yes. I have that picture. It's gorgeous and it does say of the northwest part of the northwest. We know and love the hind aspects of the northwest life including marijuana flower extracts for the discerning user are flower straits and extracts are for you. And it's the platinum sour here this to sour platinum sour diesel. Seventy nine point three percent. Now this one is a third percent. Sorry sativa diamonds and do any. Sour diesel can be tough when my opinion because it's really hard to find a true sour diesel. I think cisco. Sandra i've tried to grow we've tried to grow. Were not successful. I'm gonna blame it on. The genetics can figure out how to get. Container coup seriously lockdown child through one of those squeeze the top there we squeeze it sign. The saas must've been sucked up into the diamonds. Smoke dominance yeah. What does thomas smell i see. What do y'all figure that. Not huge on when it comes to numbers difference wise. That's to each his own of course as we all know. Why don't you go first. Since i assigned numbers are all in perspective. Of course it's always nice to see high numbers when it comes to your cartridges but when it comes to your dabs and when it comes to your flower i don't think it is important. I think that turpin is a huge deal when it comes to that go for the turkey institute enjoy rather than the numbers that you'd rather see which i think makes these kind of contests a little bit hard because you can be biased. Levers but a lot of it is active. Just.
Record Female Leaders, Salmon Restoration and Rapid City Boarding School
"This is national native news. I'm antonio gonzales. The northern cheyenne tribe in southeast montana inaugurated its newly elected officials tuesday which includes a record number of female leaders. Yellowstone public. radio's caitlyn nicholas reports from laimbeer. The northern cheyenne tribe made history. This month when tribal members elected all women to the positions of tribal president vice president and into each of the five on the tribal council after prayers and speeches. Each woman was sworn into office. While hundreds watched from socially distanced chairs cars in the parking lot and online promote i will promote in On protect the interests donna fisher. The new president of northern. cheyenne says. She's anxious to get to work. We have women. We will work together to get things will always be on the same page but we will work together to get things done. And this is what the people have voted us and therefore there are now seven. Women says ten seat council. I'm caitlyn nicholas. Leaders of the euro can creek tribes the states of california and oregon and a damn owner announced an agreement tuesday to provide additional resources and support to advance salmon restoration project addresses declines in fish populations and improves river health. The agreement with the tribes states pacific core and the klamath river renewal corporation describes how the parties will implement a two thousand sixteen agreement which sets terms for the removal of four dams on the klamath river. Karuk chairman buster out of berry. I'm looking forward very much to having the best day as chairman of the tribe. When i can say that we have restored those fish in that we can Enjoy those bonding times with our children when we go to the river and and we can put food on the table together. Plans include navigating the final regulatory approvals to allow the project to begin in twenty twenty two with dam removal in twenty twenty. Three federal approval is still needed. The rapid city council has approved a resolution to resolve a land dispute over more than one thousand acres on the west side of the city and old indian boarding school. South dakota public broadcasting's richard two bulls reports the council approved the historic resolution with the nine to one vote it's a step to rectify history and acknowledged the shameful legacy of the rapid city indian boarding school. There was very little public comment on mondays. Council meeting one person did not support the resolution saying it wasn't clear who represents the native community in this effort troy fairbanks on the other hand agreed that the city council should approve the resolution on principle alone. I want to commend you. Each and every one of you for actually taking a look at what is right through city council. The only ones i've ever stood up for us even even thought about talking about the native indian community that has tremendous an initial vote on the resolution was tabled two weeks ago council members had doubts and questions about it before their vote on monday. City attorney joe land dean said the resolution creates a pat to resolve the underlying issues. This is not legally binding. It is an intent to come up with hopefully in agreement that when we enter into it will be legally binding. It outlines the parameters broadly but yeah we will need to come back with a specific plan. The bureau of indian affairs which operates under the department of interior has the final decision on these parcels of land. The ba wants the rapid city native american community to work with the city to move forward. I'm richard tools and antonio gonzales
Oregon Governor Kate Brown on COVID-19 Surge and New Restrictions
"In oregon like so many states across the us. kobe. Hospitalizations are now at record levels on sunday alone. Health officials reported more than eight hundred new cases of covid nineteen just two days earlier. Oregon governor kate brown announced new restrictions aimed at curbing the spread of the disease hearkening back to the early days of the pandemic starting today. There will be a two week freeze in oregon limiting restaurants and bars to take out only enclosing gyms museums and other places of indoor and outdoor recreation already. The new restrictions are being met with backlash some business owners especially in the restaurant industry and some elected officials have criticized the decision with some worried about what it will mean for their businesses survival. So what do the new restrictions mean for the state to answer that and more we went right to the source. My name is kate. Brown governor oregon. Here's what governor brown told me about. Why the two week freeze was necessary. Hospitalizations are rising sharply in oregon. And in fact our metro area hospitals are being stretched to capacity and some have voluntarily began to stop surgeries to preserve beds and staff capacity. These measures are necessary to give oregon a fighting chance to stop covid. Nineteen cases governor. Are you also concerned about the potential shortages for medical personnel from other parts of the country. Given that so much of the country is now battling a covid. Nineteen much more than it was in the beginning of the pandemic absolutely my top priority is governor is to save lives and keep oregonians healthy. We use science and data here To make decisions that is you know. we're surrounded by hot spots from idaho To washington to california each one of us can make a difference. We're truly all in this together and we all have to take action To keep ourselves healthy families healthy and our communities healthy governor you mentioned the state of california and washington you also recently signed a new coronavirus travel advisory in conjunction with those two states and those two governors. What's the hope. They're our hope is that we will send a very clear message to folks living on the west coast. We want you to travel. But we you to do it safely and we ask you to quarantine for two weeks both prior to your departure and upon your return the virus obviously spreads very readily from person to person and it's critically important That we protect our vulnerable populations are elderly are folks with underlying health conditions and Appreciate the willingness of my fellow governors on the west coast take immediate action They're also limits that you've put on private social gatherings limiting those two six people but governor with those private gathering limitations and the travel advisory restrictions. How are you expecting to enforce those particularly as we head into the first of a couple of holidays namely thanksgiving. I've directed the oregon state police to work with local law enforcement to enforce gathering limits. But it's much in the same way as local officers respond to noise complaints for loud parties for example and issue citations. I'm not expecting law enforcement to be going door to door. But certainly in cases where there's a flagrant violation people should and will be cited. What's the threshold you're looking for. In terms of determining whether further restrictions will be needed. Look i've said all along. I'm not going to be the party police. This is really up to individuals to take responsibility for their actions. What we know. is that informal. Social gatherings are super spreader events. So i've asked oregonians to limit their social gatherings keep it to own household and no more than six people and no more than two households. I know this is really really hard. We all want to spend thanksgiving with our families. I have to tell you we have great family events Friends family fabulous food. We play games. But i would rather celebrate in a very small group. This thanksgiving and then have a fabulous festivity next thanksgiving and see all of my family members. Lived through this pandemic
Building successful lives, one plane at a time with TeenFlight,
"Successful lives one plane at a time at the as air venture in oshkosh a group of oregon teenagers stand beside an rv. Twelve light sport aircraft answering questions. They have spent eighteen months building the plane on display and they are eager to put their expertise on display as well. The adults who quiz them are rightly impressed. The students are with teen flight. The high school arm of airway science for kids or ask which serves students in and around portland oregon team. Flight is the brainchild of erin. Figura ted miller and van's aircraft founder. Richard van grunsven. Who wanted to honor the memory of ask. Founder bob strickland by creating a program for high school students team flight. Young people are given an opportunity to build an aircraft that they will eventually be able to fly. The student built aircraft has showcased at oshkosh and then sold to fund the next build session. Van grunsven noted that this is the kind of program he would have loved as a young man for the first build. Classy offered space in his hangar at the aurora airport and agreed to oversee construction of one of his company's own kit planes the rv twelve quote. The twelve is a well-developed kit plane. He said we were confident. That with the help of adult mentors with the right group of motivated kids. They could get the job done. And the sex. A little. Bit about eric krause. Who was a high school junior when he joined the inaugural teen flight class in two thousand nine. He said whenever. I tell people in school about the program they'd say oh you're building an rc. Plane krause said nobody ever believed we were building actual aircrash if the naysayers could have seen the students mechanical skills on day one their skepticism would have been justified said krause. Some kids didn't know which side of a screwdriver to hold a few years. After graduation cross took his team flight build plan to interview and discuss the process of building an aircraft as a teenager the interviewers impressed and he landed the job. he's now a manager advanced aircraft and he believes the program taught him not only general mechanical skills but leadership skills as well the program's goal is not produce the next generation of aviators or aviation engineers students pursue those goals and ask provides as much support to them as it can including scholarships to pursue flight. Training figure keeps a broader goal in mind when thinking about the program's impact quote. Most of the kids that we work with go on and do interesting things and do creative things so they use the skills they learned in teen flight. He said we like to say that. We're not really teaching teenagers. How to build airplanes. Were teaching them how to have a fulfilling life with good interesting careers and to be excited about it. Van grunsven echoed that sentiment. We have found that the program can be most helpful for kids who maybe don't fit in on other things and maybe aren't doing well in school but when they're able to work with airplanes they get excited. He said we've had parents tell. Their children's grades went up after they went into the program. They work harder and they do better great story and i wish there were more programs like this around the united states and around the world
"oregon" Discussed on Oregon Rooted: The Dirt Show
"Out of a car with. Basically. At minimum three kids. At all times out of minority been an emotional wreck. Let's not talk about how dog two cats. So this goes back to appreciation though we appreciate the people that have contributed as we do appreciate the patients that are helping us because it does help. Yeah and I don't have a job right now. So yes but I'm just saying so but that that money does go to the podcast and it will it will continue to allow us to do this like I said even if you have to do in the dumpster, it's it as float. All right. So that's a little short. We're GONNA come back I do have you know one of the things I did miss but I wanNA talk about ipm we we haven't talked much about I do talk about the biocontrol and it's been doing great and everything but there's a lot of different ways to have IPM. Found someone that's fricken genius that IPM and he's going to be a special guest coming up here in a week or so. I wanted to prepare people for that because we're GONNA have a real in depth conversation I'm GONNA try to make two parts to the interview one part you can catch as a listener and then I'm GonNa put the second part on patron if you want to catch a second part you can. You can sign up there and listen to it. Nice. But this guy's legit some pick his brain for the IPM's Hell Yeah. I would tell you who it is but you know every time I do that what happens listen shit happens we'll not only that but then some shit happens and they don't come on every time I say something I don't say nothing they just come on so. All right. That's it. We appreciate it. We will catch you soon. Thank you for all the support. Thank you and I'm just I'm glad that we have the community do here. Yeah. Right. I'm blessed. So, Organ Love Oregon Love Stay Rooted People's Day rooted I'm higher peaks and you just listened to the dirt show if you like this episode, please like share comment and go to organ rooted Dot Com where you can subscribe to us on your favorite platform like itunes Pandora or spotify also check us out on her youtube videos and I g facebook and twitter for all our updates. Thank you for listening..
"oregon" Discussed on Oregon Rooted: The Dirt Show
"There's so much fake news it's like. I got into a little tiff with somebody on Oregon artists page. because she wanted to say that basically, if you're an Oregonian and believed that this was all started from arson, not all started the any of the fires were started from arson than were stupid. Well, I mean and not only that here's A. D. I just talked about this. On this last episode, the quote at the First Episode Eighty this last one tells it all on that is we're in a situation in the country where we are fed a lot of propaganda and rhetoric and It's allowed this situation to where people can introduce these..
"oregon" Discussed on Oregon Rooted: The Dirt Show
"To pay for bills to pay for employees if they are maybe not making profit. Paying shit out of that money yesterday and so not a very large percentage of your money goes to the actual cause what we're seeing in our community here. which is awesome is that the cannabis community has stepped up To help everyone And a hundred percent of all these. Every people that are collecting money are going back to these people. And Being, pretty you know US living in the area and no one everybody and stuff you know the people that are actually helping like eighty percent of them are cannabis people almost. More than between the farms allowing or not even allowing but between the farms. Having the ability to offer their irrigation water lakes. To. Fires. all the way down to extractors collecting money for this issue. One, hundred percent of it goes I mean I can count like five people I know personally that are holding. These donation programs and one hundred percent donations are going out and they're in the tens of thousands of dollars. It's amazing over and over and over and so. That is really good to see because that is really given back. They're not paying employees it's all free volunteer work. On these are major players in the cannabis can just got glass blowers, doing auctions and olive. It's going towards it even pocketing the money for themselves, these pieces that they are selling. Cheap Yon. We've got major players that are setting up things in the middle of town where you can just pick whatever you need clothes food diapers. We've had to have help with you know just anything you can think of, and you don't have to do nothing but just go do it and the food is amazing like you can just you can go about every. There's probably five main spots in town that you can get fucking bomb asked meals. If you've been affected by the fires, let's what was that Fat Kid Food Co... Making at least I think it was six hundred meals a day every day every day out at the expo for the people that have been evacuated and they don't they can't go to their homes or people who have lost their homes. This is where they have to be. We actually have the the Josephine County Expo I believe and the Jackson County Expo with with people that have been that have lost their homes and have been evacuated. It's been really awesome to see and it's all these people. Like I said more then I swear more than eighty percent of it has been cannabis people I swear it's at least ninety. Everything, locally yes. Local like I have seen actually e even people from western you know Margie Marge..
"oregon" Discussed on Oregon Rooted: The Dirt Show
"Right after this many days, they just turn the water and drink that shit will they did say you don't have to boil it anymore out. Cool. Yes. That was one of the first things they said you don't have to boil it anymore. They said to flush your toilet fifteen. Times. Just deflect everything else. Yeah. So. I wonder like the National Guards probably getting really fucking tired Oregon. Portland and now us they're like look guys were done being here. But Now. They can't even breathe tacitus. So I don't know I. All I know is this you know just when people I'm talking around the the the West Coast just when they thought that things couldn't get worse. They officially have people were really worried about you wearing masks for the covid and having all this issue and I'm not going to wear a mask and now you fucking half two. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. In fact I get a migraine going out there even with mask I wear. The second I fucking get out of the car. But I have you know chronic migraines. anyways. It's gotten a hair better but I can say this being lived here all my life being through mini mini August's of forest fires because that seems to be common thing here. I've never seen it this bad. I've never I've never had I've never had a fire this close even living up on starting creek when we had the fire that was you know It was it was pretty scary especially. It really looked like I have so many people that lost their homes. We've no so many it's such. It's it's really really sad but it is amazing to see our community. Getting, together and doing what they have and doing what they are doing for everybody else like there is so many fundraisers or go fund me is going on right now there's so many options. Going on for not just businesses. Not, just homes, it's everything it's for all as a community they're trying to make it. So it's altogether.
"oregon" Discussed on Oregon Rooted: The Dirt Show
"Customer, came in it was my nail lady's husband had told me that they had seen a fire. The smoke was coming up and I didn't I didn't think anything of it. They said it was overseeing like it was over by Burger King in Ashland at the first exit Then I'd go outside with him to go say hi to my nail lady and as soon as I look up by see there is a huge amount of smoke I turn around and I do notice that Sean from over at Roque Farmers is gone. He had gotten word that the trailer park was literally. Getting a goal was getting. Within five minutes of him, getting his his wife and His one of his felines out one of his cats out. The house was on fire like dot is where they did find. One of the bodies was two houses away from him five minutes away from him getting his stuff out well. We went back inside and when I went back inside I, don't know if I told you this. All the power was out. And I walked in and I looked at Megan and I looked at Ron I said. Why guys turn off power out, wiser wise. All the lights out there like Yeah Sarah we did this just to fuck with you. And I'm like, okay. But no really did you guys see the fire in? So it's like we all got really serious really quick and We had realized that Sean was gone and what was going on and so we had We start getting word of what was going on all these cars are driving by, and we realized how big the fire was. We ended up getting it out of there within a mile two miles of being there. But it just everything went up so fast especially went through that trailer park within like twenty minutes of it starting, and that was like the Kennel in that really started that fire and then it went from there and like you were saying all along that bike path is all dry all tinder. You know you know it's just easy dry wood and we had such high store or high wind day that it was like you could see blown through the valley like straight up blown through. Ashland talent. It went through talent. So, fast like I can't even believe it it ended up taking out half the store. Will Not have our store but half building of the store. next door there used to be welders. He had propane tanks that was inside and they ended up getting really hot and leaking into into our building and I think this may have been what really demolished are building I. Don't know if that propane would've been in there. You know if it was still in there I don't know if it would have gone up as much. Because yes. We did have a building that was really flammable right next to us but. All the stuff that was in the front, the front windows got blown out because propane tanks had leaked into our our shop as well as. As, well as the. The welders shop next door but you know Malcolm was no longer live. So it's like their stuff was just there. So it melted the cement it blew out our front windows and then it just it just kept going from there to it would take out buildings right next to each other when all the way into Phoenix and into Medford..
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"There's going to be a lot that weren't arson and there's GonNa be a lot that were. Started from other fires that were already. So, heavy heavy winds. So to sift through that I, think is going to take a long time to get the actual real numbers but bottom line is there's so many going. Just statistically speaking, some are going to be awesome art. We aren't share positively how this one in southern Oregon did start. They're not one hundred percent positive of how that one did start because it was it was it was in a very random spot we have not had lightening. The you know they're they. There was no reports of anything like a fireworks or anything going off. So they're not one hundred percent. Sure how the one on Alameda started that you know they do know where the pointed did ignite. There's a dead body. Yes. That easily here's a deal though this is all basically stemming from the bike trail. Yes. Our the greenway called the greenway it's. A bike trail that runs from Ashland, to basically pass central point almost a few years ago a few years ago. There was a plan to extend that to grants, grants, pass which I think might eventually get their the problem with this bike path and all bike paths is really as it becomes a place for homeless people and a place for drugs we've already had heads chopped off. That's the other thing too is just because we're some hundred and fifty, thousand, one, hundred, seventy, five, thousand population city, which is not that big looking at a big city We have big city murders on that. fucking bike. Path Samurai swords cutting people's heads off stuff like that. We've had several rapes and this goes back to the seventies sixties and stuff like that. Before we had a lot of brush that was there, which really contributed to all that stuff, and now it's all especially now with all the fires, it's all cleared out but even then we still get homeless camps and a lot of drugs, and so there's nonetheless there's a lot of..
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"Give some netting for sure. But they're doing fine. You know I think a lot of that is I use silk through veg like once just not even not much once every couple weeks of disease, a little bit of Silica and. I could be wrong but they seem to hold up with the wind and stuff they held up pretty good. Barely got that plum chocolate underneath that that greenhouse though you know it's reaching for the Damn we had to put it in the center were peak is 'cause it's reaching for the stars. I was getting nervous when I was moving around because I'm like shit like you can see this is like eight foot plant. Just sitting up above the fence line just waving in the breeze. Nuggets all flopping big dogs it's going to be big. It's GonNa be a nice plant smells real grape he I don't know what the people are smelling out. They're the team that's our genetics. I don't know they haven't reported back on their flavors yet, but it is pretty great. There's a lot of phoenix with that Plum Choco. We got a green went out there. That's behind the purple one that we get so. I Dunno, it's crazy. Now those winds also lead into the fire to. Oh sure. Sure. Before we go to that. The one last saying is that greenhouse is to let people know we've talked about this and past episodes to. Nine just want to mention though it does not take a lot of money to make these greenhouses. I mean you can get fancies you wanna get and spend hundreds of dollars, but I've never operated on large budgets. Right. So what we did this is like five years ago, we found a car frame on sale. and. It actually came with the top and everything to WHO's got rid of that or just put that aside, and this is a ten by twenty car frame. Got It for what eighty bucks like eighty five. Yeah. And then you take the balance of that. Can you know as far as like the pair record and just the plastic it just slightly over got to throw this out there we did get a really.
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"No peon. Treatise No. No rust so It's been awesome. I did just to make sure did that one treatment of bt because we have caterpillars? thrifts and caterpillars around here like standard. We've had every year there's like expected, but this year. So, hopefully between. Right. Hopefully between the biocontrol and the B. T. spray. Once I we might be four get away with no fricken moldy weed right? Because if you don't know like for beginners. Caterpillars don't really affect anything other than they'll crawl in and make a home of your. Shit. All over right where they sleep he they don't give a little circle just they shed and they don't give a shit and then they shed some more repeal that bud back and it's all mold yet. Will you peel that bud back and he sees little time of the white sp or white black specks yeah. And the mold just comes right out from there and so people a lot of mistake betrayed this or or bud mold. For four caterpillars and vice versa. There is both I've seen both it looks the same. It looks the same it's mold. It's just one is come from mold in the air and once come from Shit. So that's fire that came it. Look like that. Moldy Oh, my God. It was the worst fucking shit ever like seriously there was two different strains. I don't even remember and I won't even blast out who it is but they brought in two different things and I walk in shortly after because you know shortly after they came drafted off and I'm just like. Megan what the fuck is that I'm like is that a moldy nugget I? Didn't I was from me to you distance and I could tell it was mold and then I get closer Mike. Oh. Shit Megan I'm like that's not even Mike. That's not just brown mold. that. Black. Mold. Black Mold, and then I went to the next bag and the all the nuggets in the bag were covered in mold. and. I'm like who the brings us as a sample like this was just a sample. This was a sample they were trying to show a sample. We'd of what they wanted to bring into our store, their quality control Do you think we are? Yeah, their quality control suggs. Yeah. It's a good thing. You didn't buy pounds of this and then that's why we don't do it for that very reason as we. have of sample new farms. We like if they WANNA bring new stuff to us, we tell them they have to give samples even if it's just enough for Meghan Ron, they have to bring samples or else we won't bring their stuff and we don't just go by look. We've don't just go by smell we have to know that you're flavor stands up behind that smell jer because otherwise what's the point? We've had a lot of stuff to smell good and tastes real shitty. Or Looks Real Nice and real nice and then Israel Shitty. It's not worth it. It's especially as much as flower cost these days. No. Yeah. It's not and I want to stay away from it to I. Mean this year we got we got you know we made it through the whole season except for this real recent, we got those easterly winds There's a name form of San Santa Anna Windsor. Something but it comes across from the Midwest or whatever and or down south down south because it's an easterly wind..
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"Not Fun for as municipality for the city's in. So he wants to come down. But we appreciate you Michael Jeff Jenny. Quite, a while to they're great people. Love you guys. So we appreciate it and we we appreciate the patrons They are now keeping us afloat with everything but especially with the show like that little baby floater that goes around your neck. Yes. Thanks guys. We are able to keep moving the show forward even in the midst of all the stuff that's going on in southern. Oregon and I'm sure a lot of people seen it. Will get into about the fires but right now is a tough time not just with Cova. d- The fires. and. So we appreciate the fact that we've had these patrons come on recently because you know I'm sure on their end there. It's not like they're rich with the COVID. And so all this is really great. We really appreciate it. And it will keep those funds will keep the show going. Even through this bullshit, right so you might be on the street, but we'll just like record you know in a garbage, Cam LINEUP WITH INSULATION WILL FIT in there. Start a little fire Tim can. All right. So right now as far as the garden, let's talk about that real quick. We just got finally got the greenhouse up this year. Right before the rain had. It'd be tomorrow. That's the thing I'm I'm okay with Adam. Okay. The plants being out in the Sun all year I just don't want water to him I mean. My sprayer I don't really count that as waters because it's it's a missed. It's not like being pounded by well right now we really don't want water to hit him. We have ash on we and so there's a lot of ash on them and the thing. Okay. So a lot of this is going around people saying that you know. Okay. So ash and water mixed turns to lie which. In, the simplest sense description or whatever it does, it really does but if you a little bit more research to to get that, lie, you have to ask sit in the water. And it'll separate Ashville sink the LAI will float. And then he skim that off. So there's some stuff that goes on there that that takes. A lot more science than just water nash. Yes. So I mean you want to be careful when you're wash stuff off like you know if you're GONNA walk if you've got a lot of ash near car which around. Wash wash wash water. And your plants, you know I don't. I don't take my advice on this. I. Don't see it hurt and plants if it's not too Ashi. Because you're not really letting the water, sit on anything. What I would recommend is blowing them off. I, you know take not. No No. Not with your mouth. Get a blower. Blow them off and then move forward. I I would be careful of maybe. If you've got a Lotta ash on on your soil maybe that might. Affect. The PH 'cause lie ash self is pretty it's high ph eight, nine so. Therefore it being the Lai, right so just be careful of that. But like I said unless it's a lot of Ash, he can't blow it off. I don't think it should be too much of a problem we I.
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"Welcome to the show on higher peaks lady. Sativa all right hey welcome back. We are doing an episode today. Actually it's midnight right now today tomorrow. I like these late when sometimes though so we're doing special episode because we need to talk about the southern Oregon fires that we're experiencing and you know it's kind of a sidetrack from the whole. You know cannabis thing which we're GonNa talk stuff about but. I think people need to know our side of it what's going on and like the local information versus what people are seen on the news. So, we'll talk about that. I want to do some housecleaning real quick. Episode Seventy Seven episode seventy seven with second. Gen. Jd apparently, you caught this when you're doing youtube. But I cough like five minutes of ending. Whatever I didn't have the end of it. The numbers didn't do bad and I didn't get any emails from listeners. So I guess no one really well, not cared but they'd probably thought it was just me screwing up I guess. Shit. But but I did fix that since you caught that. And that's fixed. So if you want to go back and listen to like five six minutes, I'm he knits there now some. Sounds complete I did do it Okay and just to add to this house cleaning bullshit you got me high. On a DAB in all on this last episode on eighty. Now, that's fun with curious about cannabis and you can hear it right off the bat when. Is The show. Senate. Like I was a half rack deep and it was just one hundred milligrams of some of that additional ten dirty arm. Here's the deal we have not been doing a lot of edibles last months after that Daf I was I was knocked down for two days like I was I was I couldn't wake up for two days like I just walked around like a Zombie in some pretty careful. You definitely pushed the other one away and said you didn't want it so I ended up taking it well, and I just I think I need to build my tolerance up again before I, start hitting hard because it wasn't fun being tired for today's. Like taking a sleeping pill didn't wear off for two days right? Go daft so. And I do have to bring up to new or two newest Patriot members patrons. Yes Pat Thank you very much. It's Michael Spangler and Jeff Janey Harper. Say Guys. We appreciate it So the to to patrons. Michael's actually incudes is that what you're GONNA say? Michaels on the influence or tear which is cool. He's going to have some say he's GonNa have some voting power on things that we we ask and do. And have some input. So smart guy we've actually shared emails back and forth in you know he's smart rue read one of his emails the show before and he's actually some point decided said he wants to move down to at least southern Oregon I don't know where. Somewhere down here he's up in. Lebanon and says, the politics are still kind of..
"oregon" Discussed on Oregon Rooted: The Dirt Show
"Well, we've talked about this, but like is soon at some point, you get experienced enough that you can actually you know actually push those boundaries and safe ways like we've done things like walk through town and you've scared the shit out of me by walking through a cemetery that was fun and but you know. Someone else might freak out you know that might not be a good thing. Yeah, and anybody going in the store and getting it but you know I think it can be a good thing for them to have that awakening. So the more people have access to that Po. A I think it's worth. You, know trying to approach it and trying to take access, right? Yeah. Take it off safe and we need to start somewhere. Absolutely. So what's the future I mean? You know that's The same. More of the same trying to continue to learn about the plant and and how it grows and and what it likes and and the different strains that were growing and how to how to understand the soil and Just to. To really. get the potential out of the plant so that it's growing in its healthiest environment that it can. So that's a constant. You know challenge with those seasons and of the pest pressure and different you know obstacles that come up and then just learning more about how to improve each year so. That's always at the forefront. So that's where we invest our money in in right back into the land and into the plants in and how we're going to you know get those Those constituents in the plant that that are there, but not always pulled out because of the growing process. So a lot of the what we're seeing is like as the soil is gets healthier and the plants are healthier than their more vigorous. We're going to see a lot of minor cab noise and minor turbines that may be present until you kind of get into that that growth that of the plant in the health of that plant. So so learning how to How to read the plant in the US use these analysis to to to you know help help the plant grow. Do you find like since because it's changed a lot, you've seen all these changes where it's like in two thousand fifteen was you know people coming on the market but then off this whole blow up last couple years with him. Have, you seen it change your growing methods or styles or anything no I mean. Like one thing that I really was excited about and and wanted and really was. A huge reason I wanted to do records to be able to grow more plants than just the couple of medical ones shirt and being limited that way. So so that's been I mean. You, there's always gonNA be issues, but all in all to to I, don't know there's nothing greater than to be able to have a patch of Canada's like this and grow your own herb and be able to have all these different strains and and learn about them and and have them in this in this beautiful land. So so I, you know I roll I'll take it and I'll do what I need to do and I'll figure out, work it out whatever compliance issues I'm having and financial issues. Or whatever it is, we're going to figure it out and keep moving forward. Now, keep learning about the plant and letting the quality be at the forefront of of everything. You know just what what we're putting out there trying to learn how to grow it better and preserve it better and all of those things really is is what our future what we're focused on now, I know this is kind of even more feature is to question but like we've talked to people about how they might look forward to like. Nationalization or federalization, and in pushing either you know concentrates or brands or s keep it local. I'm just saying and I actually, Eagle, is it legalize it cool but let's keep it local still. So like I mentioned, you know I try to make sure that Mar Southern Oregon shops get as much as they can from us so that the local people can. Can enjoy what we grow here and and people that come here can enjoy what what's in this region and experience the terrar- of what it is and so so I'm I'm focused on that and that you know inherently is that local market and he's me about if it does that because everybody will want it to be shipped out and then what about the locals? Yeah so like our scale isn't really there, you know we grow you know all these different strains we have set amount and beach one. We have our clientele that likes strains here and there, and so we just focus on that and and that's working out really good right now and just you know doing better at that and as far as expanding, you know we we can try. To expand a little bit on our land slow steps you know all cost money. So so I try to, you know not go too fast and just one thing at a time and and do do good at what we're doing and then try to we added a little bit more ground this year and bumped it up to a tier two were only using about eight thousand. Square feet of that tier two so so we're still pretty much cheer one just a little bit over. So we're GONNA increase a little bit here and there but you know if I if I am able to get more of a non herb out there, you know maybe somewhere local in in Williams all I'll help a friend in. We can grow some more herb that way and you know kind of share some of the the brunt of the cost and the risks and all that kind of stuff and and help them out, and you know there's there's a lot of different options that way. But as far as seeing a Nanda like investing in big things you know that's not really a my direction. You know it's like I'm I'm the one in charge in all the choices and all that stuff. So it's like how much how much further do you WanNa go with it and I I really like where we're at with it right now and just trying to improve that and make sure that that's one hundred percent and let that be what a Nanda is and and focus on that. That's awesome that question. Yeah. What do you use for like your nutrients and stuff like that and like your IBM? IPM, IPM? Sorry. Yeah..
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