Local Businesses

Ocean Mist Power Hour: Hometown Hero Kathleen Dickson Brings Local, Fresh, Organic Food to Your Door!

Kathleen Dickinson operates Otterbee’s Market, an organic, fresh food brokerage firm, which buys, sells, and delivers local food to local residents. In this fast-paced interview, she shares with host Misty Young how the idea came about, how it’s grown, and how people can get fresh, local food delivered to their home. You’ll also learn about the Wild Rivers Coast Food Trail and the Mushroom Festival!

Host: Misty Young; Guest: Kathleen Dickson; Producer: Misty Young; Recording Tech: Ray Gary; Sound Editor: Ray Gary


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Music composed and performed by Misty Young.

Ocean Mist Power Hour: How Does Sustainability Stack Up?

Find out what a dead whale taught Ocean Mist Power Hour guest Ellery West, CEO of Organic Essence as he shares his philosophies and approaches to sustainable, healthy product development. When the USDA extended the previously food only organic certification and labeling for body care products, Organic Essence was one of the first companies to adopt the rigorous approach to product creation. Shortly after, West’s company, headquartered in Crescent City, California, began R&D on a sustainable line of packaging products and launched their own brand, Eco-Vision Packaging. As someone who cares about the planet, you’ll want to hear this episode!

Host: Misty Young; Guest: Ellery West; Producer: Misty Young; Recording Tech: Ray Gary; Sound Editor: Ray Gary


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Music composed and performed by Misty Young.

Our Community: Redwood Urgent Care

Local healthcare just got a shot in the arm! Join host Candice Michel as she talks to Lynn Szabo, a Physician’s Assistant from the Redwood Urgent Care facility that just opened in Crescent City. Lynn talks about her many years working in the healthcare industry, and how this clinic is reaching out to the community in new ways.

Host: Candice Michel; Producer: Candice Michel


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Intro and end music: The Best Is Yet to Come, licensed from audioblocks.com.

 

Ewing’s Doings: Cliff Bennett of Chet’s Garden Center

Cliff Bennett and his wife Roxanne recently moved to Brookings to open their new business, Chet’s Garden Center, located at 301 Oak Street in Brookings.

Cliff Bennett

Cliff Bennett

Ewing’s Doings’ host Angela Ewing had the opportunity to talk with Cliff about their move from Grants Pass, their plans to serve the Brookings gardeners’ community, and to get some expert advice on local gardening.

Cliff is no stranger to owning and operating a garden center. His expertise is evident in the well-designed paths, plants, and unusual garden art from local artists. The nursery that was there formerly has been completely remodelled and is now a showpiece.

Listen to Cliff’s advice on the best way to fertilize your plants, natural weed and insect control, how to keep our friendly local deer from eating you garden, and how to grow roses in our damp climate … and more.


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