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Join us this evening as Debbie Bacigalupi, a leader in the land rights fight in Siskiyou County California, returns to update us on the destruction of the Klamath Dams and the effects on farming and ranching in this northern California community.
Later in the show, Danielle Linder, Danielle Lindler is the executive director of KARE, Klamath Alliance for Resources & Environment. In addition, she and her husband, Dustin, own and operate Jefferson Resource Company, Inc, a consulting forestry and biological services firm in Weed, CA.
She started her forestry curriculum in 1992 at Sierra College and then transferred to Humboldt State University. She graduated in 1997 with a B.S in Forestry with an emphasis in Forest Production and a minor in Environmental Ethics. Danielle is a Registered Professional Forester and a Pest Control Adviser.
Membership & Certificates Klamath Alliance for Resources and the Environment (KARE), 2004-present California Forestry Association, Member, 2003-present California Licensed Forester Association, Member 1997- present California Growth & Yield Modeling Cooperative, Chairman 2004 to present California Forest Vegetation Management Conference, Program Coordinator 2008-present California Forest Vegetation Management Conference, Chairman, 2005. California Forest Vegetation Management Conference, Vice Chairman, 2004. California Forest Pest Council, Weed Tour, Program Committee 2001-present. Mt. Shasta Area Fire Safe Council, Education Committee, Chairman 2003-2004. Mt. Shasta Area Fire Safe Council, Grant Writing Committee, 2003-present. Society of American Foresters, Wyntoon Chapter Past Treasurer, 1997 to 2003. California Women in Timber, Board of Director, 2002-2006. Farm Bureau, Member 2004-present. Registered Professional Forester #2691
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