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The Jefferson Exchange

Jefferson PR

JPR's live interactive program devoted to current events and newsmakers from around the region and beyond.

Location:

Ashland, OR

Networks:

Jefferson PR

Description:

JPR's live interactive program devoted to current events and newsmakers from around the region and beyond.

Language:

English

Contact:

Jefferson Public Radio 1250 Siskiyou Blvd. Ashland, OR 97520 541-552-6782


Episodes
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The good in people and society, 'Worth Fighting For'

5/20/2024
John Pavlovitz thinks people can be nicer to each other

Duration:00:30:59

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Looking for the right combination of wind power potential and limited impacts

5/20/2024
Point Blue examined where the wind is good and the impacts are lesser

Duration:00:15:39

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The Coquille Medford casino plan moves ahead, again

5/16/2024
The Coquille Indian Tribe has been trying to open a new casino in Medford for years. After several roadblocks along the way, the project is moving ahead.

Duration:00:15:14

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The Oregon Department of Justice Civil Rights Unit launches its “You Belong” campaign

5/16/2024
A new campaign aims to spread awareness of Oregon's Bias Response hotline

Duration:00:11:20

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The care and keeping of your Pacific Northwest forests, in "A Forest of Your Own"

5/16/2024
"A Forest of Your Own" is a guide to all things forest stewardry in the Pacific Northwest, covering topics from enhancing wildlife habitat, to protecting watersheds, to building resilience against forest fires and climate change, and everything in between.

Duration:00:14:58

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Helping a major Rogue Valley stream be healthier

5/15/2024
Rogue River Watershed Council focuses on Bear Creek in Talent

Duration:00:14:54

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Proposed reclassification of Cannabis could have surprising impacts

5/15/2024
Recently, the Federal Drug Enforcement Administration recommended reclassifying cannabis into a less dangerous category. Add to this new classification, a bulky and confusing list of rules and regulations such as those in Trinity County, and the reclassification impacts could be surprising.

Duration:00:14:23

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Celebrating 10 Years of GMO-Free Jackson County

5/14/2024
This month marks the 10-year anniversary of successfully passing Oregon’s Measure 15-119, creating Jackson County’s GMO-free Seed Sanctuary

Duration:00:15:20

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Beaver Scavenger Hunt

5/14/2024
Friends of the Cascades Siskiyous Monument in partnership with Project Beaver are seeking citizen scientists to look for signs of beavers and to find out where the beavers are now and what they are doing.

Duration:00:15:30

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SOU stages a musical production of Shakespeare's 'Pericles'

5/14/2024
SOU adds music to Shakepeare in a new production of "Pericles"

Duration:00:14:57

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In a world of wood, why 12 particular trees really matter

5/13/2024
Daniel Lewis bores into the tree rings, in his book Twelve Trees

Duration:00:30:59

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Nonprofit proposes a different way of looking at the BLM timberlands of Western Oregon

5/13/2024
Denise Barrett talks about the goals and tactics of Forest Bridges

Duration:00:15:39

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Interview with recently retired Shasta County Clerk and Registrar of Voters Cathy Darling Allen

5/10/2024
JPR News Director speaks with retired Shasta County Clerk Cathy Daling Allen.

Duration:00:14:39

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OSF relaunches school outreach program

5/9/2024
The program brings actors and teaching artists to schools across the West Coast to perform and teach young people about theatre and Shakespeare.

Duration:00:15:25

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Above the Trees, film features a lot of Rogue Valley talent

5/9/2024
Film made in Ashland features a cast and crew of Rogue Valley locals

Duration:00:14:58

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From the neurons to infinity (and beyond?): Creativity Conference returns to SOU

5/9/2024
Southern Oregon U. invites people to explore creativity in all of its forms

Duration:00:14:56

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The conservationist view of mining plans for Josephine County's Eight Dollar Mountain

5/8/2024
A Canadian company bought rights to mine nickel at Eight Dollar Mountain in the Illinois Valley. Conservationists have concerns.

Duration:00:14:54

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Seafood butchery program in Oregon Coast high schools can help local industry

5/8/2024
The Oregon Coast Initiative is looking to keep more seafood local and help local entrepreneurs build seafood processing operations.

Duration:00:14:10

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Mining company stakes multiple claims on Eight Dollar Mountain in Illinois Valley

5/8/2024
Canadian company, Spruce Ridge Resources, has staked 115 mining claims on Eight Dollar Mountain near Selma to mine Nickel laterite

Duration:00:14:38

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The Coquille Medford casino plan, and how it came back from the dead

5/7/2024
Coquille proposal for a Medford casino has plenty of opponents, including other tribes with casinos in the I-5 corridor. The City of Medford explains its new "neutral" position.

Duration:00:14:59