Columbia Riverkeeper’s bilingual Spanish-language radio show.
Tune in to Conoce tu Columbia, Riverkeeper’s bilingual Spanish-language radio show. Through inspiring interviews, music, and commentary, the program shares stories of people who protect our health and water from pollution. Listen live from 7 - 8 pm on Radio Tierra 95.1 FM Hood River or find archived episodes below.
A través de entrevistas y música inspiradoras, el programa comparte historias de las personas que protegen nuestra salud y agua de la contaminación. Sintoniza y aprende cómo puedes hacer la diferencia en tu comunidad. Escucha en vivo a Conoce tu Columbia cada dos martes de 7–8 p.m. en Radio Tierra 95.1 FM Hood River o encuentra episodios archivados abajo.
This is a bilingual conversation with two staff members from Beyond Toxics discussing policies on pesticides, public health, and environmental justice.
Ubaldo hosts Dominica Navarro to chat about issues and solutions to protect communities from the dangers of pesticides and much more.
Ubaldo reflects on the many social, environmental, and health justice issues that occurred in 2020. This episode is in Spanish.
Listen to a conversation with Valentín Sánchez from Oregon Law Center. We talk about the rights that farm workers have and where they can turn if they need help.
Tune in every month as we discuss the myriad environmental and social issues affecting Columbia River communities.
Tune in for a conversation with Carlos Marroquín y Ubaldo Hernández about making yourself count in the 2020 Census and about the negative impacts mega-dairies have in our rural communities.
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Listen to a conversation with Emma Newton about the negative impacts mega-dairies have in rural communities.
Tune in for a conversation with Dominica Navarro of Northwest Center Alternative to Pesticides.
Dan Serres, Conservation Director at Columbia Riverkeeper, joins Ubaldo for a conversation about the illegal dumping of radioactive material in Arlington, Oregon produced from fracking in North Dakota.
Listen to a conversation with Simone Anter, Staff Attorney, about Hanford updates.
Senior Organizer, Ubaldo Hernández, reflects on the lack of justice for George Floyd and countless others by recalling the unjust killing of Elfego Torres, 20 years ago in the Columbia River Gorge.
Listen with Ana Elisa Wilson, a Community Organizer from Oregon Rural Action, talk about climate change on Bradford Island which is highly contained with toxic waste and PCBs.
Listen to a conversation with Latinos Latinas community leaders from Oregon and Washington.
How COVID-19 is affecting our immigrant communities and what are we
doing to overcome it adversities caused by the virus.
Listen to Conoce tu Columbia, a conversation with Latino/Latinx leaders from Oregon and Washington, talking about the challenges our communities are facing on times of the COVID-19 crisis.
Listen with Ana Elisa Wilson a Community Organizer from Oregon Rural Action, talk about the participation in our communities and the importance about maintaining our natural resources on International Women's Day.
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Food and Water Watch discusses mega-farms, the impact they create in our communities, and how we can participate in protecting our communities against these practices.
Learn about Pineros y Campesinos Unidos del Noroeste (PCUN), the largest Latino union in the State of Oregon.
Hear about Power Past Fracked Gas and why it is essential to participate in protecting our natural resources in our community.
Electric car-share program to start the trial run in 2020
Aprendamos de como llegó a la posición que ahora representa y sus planes para el futuro de el Colegio y su envolvimiento con la comunidad latina en el área con oportunidades para la educación.
Community leaders from the Yakima area share their experiences working to engage the Latino community in the environmental movement and their work.
Hear about fishing culture in the Native community and Rebeccah’s family experience as a fisherman.
Simone works with the Yakama Nation to support increased public engagement in Hanford Nuclear Site and Bradford Island cleanup sites.
Ubaldo conducts community outreach on clean water while promoting equity, inclusion, and diversity.
Dan works to engage diverse communities along the Columbia. In 2005, he started with Columbia Riverkeeper as the lead organizer in our successful campaign to protect the Columbia River Estuary, forests, and farmland from the Bradwood Landing and Oregon LNG Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) proposals and their related pipelines.
Yukiyo grew up decades after the bombing of Hiroshima shares her story, from Hanford to Japan the impact of nuclear weapons among our communities.
Alfrieda works to protect The Columbia from Hanford’s nuclear legacy.
Hablemos con Marta Verduzco, organizador comunitario de Hood River Latino Network, y Carlos Marroquin, voluntario con Conoce tu Columbia.
Dez shares the importance of the Latin vote and the Thanksgiving celebration among the Latin community.
Día de Muertos es una celebración mexicana que honra a sus ancestros.
Yesi Castro and her journey in the outdoors as a Latina and first generation in exploring the outdoor sports in the area and the creation of a new Latin hiking group.
Columbia Riverkeeper collects water quality data at popular recreation beaches and shares results on the Swim Guide.
Learn about Nichols Natural Area, a conservation easement to restore nearly three acres of a former industrial site on the Columbia River in Hood River, OR.
“Immigrant Family Separation Crisis on the Southern Border” an interview with Rodrigo Juarez, Immigration Attorney. Learn about the impact of the immigration policy separating families at the border, and learn how you can participate in protecting immigrant human rights.
Contact Ubaldo Hernández, Columbia Riverkeeper, Community Organizer
Contacto Ubaldo Hernández, organizador comunitario de Columbia Riverkeeper
(541) 490-7722 firstname.lastname@example.org