ASPN hosts Peter Ravella and Tyler Buckingham speak with Tom Ford about Santa Monica Bay, project planning in light of the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law, and national estuaries.
In this episode, which features TBF’s Andrea Carrassi, listeners will navigate the often-confusing waters of boat marine sanitation devices, otherwise known as MSDs, with the help of the CA Clean Vessel Act teams.
Podcaster Alyssa B. interview TBF’s Community Engagement Coordinator Dalia Gonzalez as she investigates where all of LMU’s food waste ends up — and why its final destination is so important. This is On the Rails, the podcast that dives into the hidden processes and unknown individuals that keep our everyday lives running smoothly.
Georgia Tunioli is the Community Engagement Program Manager with The Bay Foundation. In this episode, host Caroline Cheng discusses the Table to Farm and Clean Boating programs, and they are educating and engaging the public in environmental work. Also available on Spotify, Audible, ListenNotes, RadioPublic.
This episode of Go Green Radio presents two very special community garden projects in Los Angeles. These gardens grow so much more than plants and food – they nourish the hearts and minds of the people in the community around them. Starting at the 31:10 minute mark, hear The Bay Foundation’s Georgia Tunioli and Environmental… Continue reading L.A. Gardens That Grow Strong Communities, Hosted by Jill Buck
In this episode of Shorewords!, the Shore & Beach edition, Karina Johnston and Melodie Grubbs talk about their paper on regional nature-based adaptation to improve coastal resiliency. These two authors, along with Phyllis Grifman trace this concept of regional nature-based resiliency from planning to adaptation, and their paper appears in the Summer 2020 issue of… Continue reading The Shore & Beach Magazine Edition Pt. 2: Karina Johnston and Melodie Grubbs | Shorewords!
10-year old Christian Amyx interviews TBF’s Tom Ford about kelp and abalone restoration, making science and technology easy for 1st-6th graders.
Kelp forests, the base of marine life on the Pacific Coast, including the seafood we eat, are disappearing. The Bay Foundation’s hands-on restoration effort might be the answer. Interview with Executive Director Tom Ford. (6 min.)
Populations of purple sea urchin have exploded up and down the West Coast, decimating kelp and crowding out other marine animals. In a recent count of one Oregon reef, the population of purple urchins was 350 million, an increase of 10,000 percent over the last five years. Shellfish biologist Scott Groth with the Oregon Department… Continue reading Explosion of Oregon’s Purple Sea Urchin Population
In Episode 81, Quinn & Brian discuss: Legalizing the weed of the sea. Our guests are Bren Smith and Tom Ford, two fine, clean-living gentleman who are out on the water, every day, trying to change the way that we eat and use the ocean to our benefit — and, more importantly, to the ocean’s… Continue reading PODCAST: Legalizing the Other Weed (Kelp)