Lenya Quinn-Davidson

Fire adviser, University of California Cooperative Extension (UCCE); director, Northern California Prescribed Fire Council.

Fire adviser with the University of California Cooperative Extension (UCCE) and director of the Northern California Prescribed Fire Council.


Lenya Quinn-Davidson on KCRW

CNN’s Ron Brownstein says LA was so creative with music, movies, and TV in the 1970s that it’s still shaping American politics today.

LA’s 1970s pop culture affects today’s politics. Plus controlling wildfires with fire

CNN’s Ron Brownstein says LA was so creative with music, movies, and TV in the 1970s that it’s still shaping American politics today.

from To the Point

Hundreds of wildfires continue to rip through large swaths of California. Many were sparked by thousands of dry lightning strikes last week.

What to let burn, what to save? Firefighters must practice triage in California

Hundreds of wildfires continue to rip through large swaths of California. Many were sparked by thousands of dry lightning strikes last week.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

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Roughly 53% of LA County residents are fully vaccinated, but cases and hospitalizations are rising. As the Delta variant spreads, people ages 18-29 are being hit hardest.

from Greater LA

Steve Scalise, the second highest ranking Republican in the House, got vaccinated against COVID on Sunday.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

Activist Achal Prabhala speaks to Robert Scheer about the wealthy countries’ reluctance to end global vaccine apartheid.

from Scheer Intelligence

“We've had multiple Intensive Care Unit nurses who were years and years into their career decide to retire early.

from KCRW Features

Most of California is in a drought emergency, but Southern California has largely been spared.

from Greater LA

Manufacturing jobs in California have migrated overseas in a race to the bottom on wages and regulations. It’s been happening for years.

from Greater LA