You might call Radio Bilingüe a Latino National Public Radio for California’s Central Valley. Growing from a single non-profit station in Fresno in 1976, it today comprises a network of six stations that serve agricultural communities across California and reaches throughout the nation with scores of affiliates. Radio Bilingüe’s mission is to provide critical information to Latino listeners and other underserved communities. Since 2005, a key part of that mission has been to report about air quality in the Central Valley and other environmental issues. With the support of the Hewlett Foundation and other donors, Radio Bilingüe’s Environmental Affairs Desk has helped inform citizens about a range of issues related to local air quality, from the actions of the state Air Resources Board to the role of diesel trucks and ports in causing pollution. For sampling of Radio Bilingüe’s work, in English or Spanish, visit: