Season 24 Episode #2401
Cranberry Farming; Grebes Walk on Water; North Umpqua Geology
Segments in this Episode
Join us on a journey to another Oregon location that is unique in the world. Southern Oregon’s North Umpqua River is one of our more dramatic landscapes: a place where rivers collide and three distinct mountain ranges meet. It is an incredible trip into this geologic wonderland.
Oregon cranberry farmers call the south coast the NAPA valley of cranberry farming in the US. A longer growing season produces sweet berries. But don’t believe the myth that they grow in watery bogs. Cranberry fields are flooded only two days a year to help the farmers get the berries off the vine at harvest time.
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Most Recent Broadcast: January 12, 2017
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Original Broadcast: November 8, 2012
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Original Broadcast: November 1, 2012
Oregon Field Guide: Episode #2404
Original Broadcast: October 25, 2012
Oregon Field Guide: Episode #2403
Original Broadcast: October 18, 2012
Oregon Field Guide: Episode #2402
Original Broadcast: October 11, 2012
Major Support Provided By: Dorothy D. Gage
Additional Support Provided By: the Coit Family Foundation, Fred and Clara Dolen Charitable Foundation, Kay Kitagawa and Andy Johnson-Laird, Christine and David Vernier, and the Greenfield/Hartline Habitat Conservation Fund of the Nature Conservancy.
Special thanks for support by: The Roundhouse Foundation, Jon and Nancy Decherd, Bonnie and Peter Reagan