Lloyd G. Carter's Audio Podcast
54:42 minutes (6.26 MB)
In his August radio show, Lloyd interviews an opponent of a proposed gravel mine along the Kings River in Fresno County and also discusses Gov. Brown's announcement he wants to build a peripheral tunnel to take water from Northern California to the southland.
63:52 minutes (7.31 MB)
In his July radio show, Lloyd interviews Fabien Cousteau, grandson of famed oceanographer Jacques Cousteau. A fascinating interview.
60:09 minutes (13.77 MB)
Lloyd's May 2012 Radio Show
29:11 minutes (13.36 MB)
In his September radio show, Lloyd interviews award-winning Canadian environmental journalist Andrew Nikiforuk, whose new book, "Empire of the Beetle", chronicles the ravaging of western North America pine and spruce forests, killing an incredible 30 billion trees in the last two decades with very little media or government attention.
29:51 minutes (13.67 MB)
In his August 2011 radio show, Lloyd interviews Jim Odley of The Friends of the Whittier Narrows Natural Area, an all-volunteer, nonprofit organization dedicated to promoting the preservation of the Whittier Narrows Natural Area on the San Gabriel River near Irwindale in Los Angeles County. Odley says a local water district wants to spend $22 million in taxpayer money to build a conference center/museum smack in the middle of a delicate wetlands area along a stretch of the restored river.
29:42 minutes (13.6 MB)
In his July 2011 radio show, Lloyd interviews Vivian Parker, a biologist and activist attempting to protect Battle Creek, which flows down the side of Lassen Peak in Northern California. State and federal agencies are spending $130 million in a salmon restoration project on Battle Creek at the same time Gov. Jerry Brown is permitting clear-cutting of the watershed above the salmon project, which is causing erosion and negative impacts on the creek. Does the left hand know what the right hand is doing? An eye-opening interview.
26:56 minutes (12.34 MB)
In his June 2011 radio show, Lloyd has two guest hosts, octogenarian farmers Walt Shubin and Berge Bulbulian who reminisce about farming in the Valley and 60 years of water politics. An informative and entertaining 30 minutes.
29:01 minutes (26.57 MB)
In his May 2011 radio show Lloyd interviews Stanislaus State University history professor Philip Garone, author of the new book “The Fall and Rise of the Wetlands of California’s Great Central Valley.” To listen to the show click the play button above or the download link below.
28:28 minutes (6.52 MB)
In his April, 2011 radio show Lloyd interviews Patricia Schifferle, former chief consultant to the Assembly Speaker and an expert on California water issues.
29:04 minutes (6.66 MB)
Lloyd's February 2011 radio show interview with new Delta Watermaster Craig Wilson. To listen or
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