News from the Newsroom!
by Lisa Music, News Asssistant
Kmud News proudly introduces Serenity Wood, a remarkable individual deeply rooted in the Southern Humboldt community. As a fifth-generation citizen hailing from the Alderpoint area, Serenity brings a unique perspective and unparalleled commitment to her reporting. Graduating from Cal Poly Humboldt with majors in English, Communications, Art, and Sociology, she possesses a diverse skill set that enriches her storytelling.
In addition to her work as a news intern at KMUD, Serenity juggles multiple roles in her pursuit of knowledge and community service. When she’s not reporting, you can find her waitressing at the Woodrose, stepping in as a substitute teacher, and engaging in various courses such as EMT, firefighting, and prescribed burning. Her dedication to expanding her expertise reflects her unwavering passion for making a positive impact.
As a Certified California Naturalist, Serenity’s love for local ecology shines through her work. She is particularly drawn to community efforts aimed at nurturing healthy fire practices in Southern Humboldt. Her deep connection to the region and commitment to fostering sustainable initiatives fuel her drive to explore and share stories that resonate with the local community.
Join us as Serenity Wood, alongside KMUD News, unveils the rich tapestry of Native American issues, regional events, and ecological wisdom, providing a platform for the voices that shape Southern Humboldt : Cultural Fire Behavior Course Brings Practical Knowledge to Indigenous Youth in Southern Humboldt