Water Talk is a new podcast from the University of California Agriculture and Natural Resources about all things California Water hosted by Drs. Mallika Nocco, Faith Kearns, and Sam Sandoval
Ep 15: Wild Horses and Water in California
A conversation with University of California Cooperative Extension Advisor Laura Snell about her work studying the lives of wild horses and water in Modoc County, CA as well as strategies for managing wild horses . Released April 9, 2021. Find the...
Ep 14: California Peaches and Water
A conversation with farmer and author David 'Mas' Masumoto about peaches, organic practices, soil, water, and histories in the CA Central Valley. Released April 2, 2021. Find the episode trasncript here:...
Ep 13: Season 2 Teaser
Welcome back to the second season of Water Talk, a University of California Agriculture and Natural Resources podcast about all things California Water hosted by Drs. Mallika Nocco, Faith Kearns, and Sam Sandoval!
Ep12: Water Reform in California Institutional Ecosystems
A conversation with UC Davis doctoral researchers Linda Estelí Méndez Barrientos and Jess Rudnick about water governance, institutional reforms, equity, justice, and participation in California. Note: The CA Water Code referenced in this episode is §...
Ep 11: Rivers in the California Sky
A conversation with Stanford doctoral researcher Katerina Gonzales and UCLA climate scientist Dr. Daniel Swain about atmospheric rivers, climate extremes and futures, and climate science communication. Recorded June 30, 2020. Find the episode transcript...
Ep 10: California Water Policy and Extension
A conversation with Dr. Doug Parker about climate-smart agriculture, nitrogen & water management, the paradox of irrigation efficiency, and the current/future role of CA extension in water policy and management. Recorded June 23, 2020. Find the...
Essential CA water convos
If you follow CA water issues, you know that a few voices tend to dominate the conversations, and be amplified by media, despite there being many others who have important and necessary things to say. This podcast fills an essential role in broadening the conversation and including perspectives that are often marginalized. So excited for what is next with this podcast. Also, you can join in the live recordings! What a cool participatory endeavor!