Shasta County Contentious Recall Election | What’s an Endemic | Community Science’s Role in Saving Monarch Butterflies
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Oak Park Community Center is a polling station Sept. 14, 2021.
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Shasta County recall initiated by local militia to unseat a Republican elected official. What exactly is ‘endemic’ and a world of learning to live with COVID-19? How community science might be key in saving California’s monarch butterfly migration.
- Shasta County Clerk and Registrar of Voters, Cathy Darling Allen, discusses the challenges and political atmosphere of a contentious recall election initiated by a local militia to unseat a Republican board of supervisors.
- Dr. Lisa Pruitt with UC Davis Law School discusses the potential fallout of the recall election in Shasta County and provides the bigger picture on what this signals for future local elections across the state.
- Jacob Stern and Katherine J. Wu of The Atlantic join us to discuss their recent article about endemicity and a post-pandemic future.
- CapRadio Environment Reporter, Manola Secaira, brings us her reporting on how community science might be key in saving California’s monarch butterfly migration.