KEPW 97.3FM’s coverage at the 2019 Public Interest Environmental Law Conference (PIELC)

This year’s conference is February 28–March 3, 2019 and the theme this year is “Common Ground.” Here is the conference website and their brochure which has the full schedule of panels and other events and more. KEPW will be tabling and broadcasting live Friday through Sunday.

PIELC is always free and open to the public.

You can tune into KEPW at 97.3FM and at

This page will be expanded & updated frequently, check back!

Broadcast Schedule


Okay, Friday did not come off as we hoped. But our remote broadcast setup worked and we will be back Saturday!

Saturday10am7pm, including:

10–11 AM LIVE Conservation Today with Francis Eatherington – interviews with people from Oregon Wild and several other groups tabling at PIELC. (We’ll try to add names here later.)

11–11:30 AM LIVE Lauren Regan of CLDC interviewed by John Abbe

11:30–Noon LIVE Sue Sierralupe (of Real Herbalism Radio)

12:30PM LIVE The Ombudshow with John Abbe

1–1:30 PM Body Count with Dan Pulju (recorded)

1:30–2 PM LIVE Interview with Anthony Rodgers-Wright of Regenerate Nebraska and the Center for Sustainable Economies

2 – 2:20 PM LIVE Pam Driscoll – report from the conference

2:20–3:30 PM LIVE Francis Eatherington – multiple interviews (we’ll try to add names here later)

3:30-4 PM LIVE Train of Thought with Rob Tobias, interviewing Paul Engelmeyer who co-founded (in 1991) and still manages the Ten Mile Creek Sanctuary near Yachats. among much other environmental work.

4–5 PM LIVE Talk is Cheap with DJ Suss D

5 PM Two edited interviews –

Sunday 11am4pm, including:

11 AM–Noon LIVE Rick Gold, interviewing Earth First! Journal, some PIELC organizers, possibly others

Noon–1 PM LIVE John Abbe interviewing Eowyn Soran (with Our Children’s Trust #youthvgov), maybe someone from NEST, others

1–2 PM LIVE Cooper and friends (Cooper is an early KEPW volunteer we are hrilled to have on the air!

2–3 PM ???

3-4 PM LIVE Mama’s Just Sayin’ with Elana

Paper-free links to table materials