Access Humboldt grows another ring

From Eureka, California’s Times-Standard:

This year, Access Humboldt’s award-winning broadband media initiative, called Digital Redwoods, will grow another ring. Just like our inspiring forests, the region’s community media continue expanding local roots and canopy networks to build a stronger community of anchor institutions – government agencies and community service districts, schools, health care, libraries, public safety, culture, arts, media and other community based organizations all helping to create healthy sustainable communities.


To expand local information capacity, Access Humboldt will coordinate a series of collaborative digital media initiatives to provide hundreds of least-served Humboldt County youth and their teachers with professional development in fields including live video production and editing, graphic and web design, animation, audio and radio storytelling, and documentary filmmaking.

Digital Redwoods’ next generation literacy efforts will help to kick-start Humboldt County’s information economy, providing a steady stream of trained workers with skills to develop our region’s broadband media industries.

This project is supported by Digital Arts Service Corps member Sam Kaplan, who contributed to this article.

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