There are many wonderful surprises in this episode, a conversation with Dr. Tom Connolly, Director of Archeological Research at the University of Oregon. For example, the stories of the 10,000 year old intact sandals. And then learning that the archeology…
Pioneer stories from an interview with Bethany Nemec of the End of the Oregon Trail Interpretive Center.
The early days of Portland, Oregon, as told through this interview with Patti Larkin, Curator of the Pittock Mansion. Henry Pittock was the owner of the Oregonian newspaper, who came across on the Oregon Trail and became one of the most influential people in early Oregon.
A visit with the Executive Director of the Cascades Raptor Center, Louise Shimmel. You may be very surprised at what raptors can do!
The amazing story of Opal Creek Wilderness, told through an interview with Katie Ryan.
This interview with Eric Richardson tells the story of the Mims House, a ‘Safe House’ in Eugene. Many people are surprised to learn that blacks weren’t welcome to stay overnight, even into the 1960s. Eric grew up knowing the Mims…
John Zerzan describes the history of the Whiteaker neighborhood and Eugene’s role in the anarchism that has raised the alarm about runaway technology.