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2019 California Fellows

Julia Baum, Metro Silicon Valley

Allison Behringer, Bodies (podcast), KCRW

Kate Bradshaw, Almanac News

Almendra Carpizo, The Record (Stockton)

Jessica Cejnar, Wild Rivers Outpost

April Ehrlich, Jefferson Public Radio (Ashland, OR)

Gabriela Fernandez, KVON (Napa)

Michael Finch, Sacramento Bee

Monica Lopez, Making Contact.

David Mendez, Easy Reader News ( Redondo Beach)

Alyssa Jeong Perry, KPCC (Los Angeles)

Amy Roost, Critical Frequency Network

Nuala Sawyer, SF Weekly

Julia Sclafani, Daily Pilot (Orange County beach communities)

Susie Steimle, KPIX TV (San Francisco)

Courtney Teague, Napa Valley Register

Debra A. Varnado, The Wave (Los Angeles)

Monica Vaughan, The Tribune (San Luis Obispo

Gary Walker, Argonaut News (Westside and nearby beach communities

Laura Wenus, KALW (San Francisco)

Adia White, Northern California Public Media (Santa Rosa)


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