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Moving forward with an eye on the past: reconciliation in California’s Central Valley

Moving forward with an eye on the past: reconciliation in California’s Central Valley

In California’s Central Valley, research on an innovative approach for converting riverside habitats into multi-use areas offers a new way [more]

Jane Fonda to narrate documentary films on California’s changing environment

Jane Fonda to narrate documentary films on California’s changing environment

SACRAMENTO, California – September 30, 2013. The academy award winning actress Jane Fonda has joined a California team of distinguished [more]

Video: Capturing California from the Sky

Video: Capturing California from the Sky

Jim Baxter, executive producer of the California Environmental Legacy Project, takes you on a tour of California in a helicopter, [more]

Biomimicry: The Sincerest Form of Flattery

Biomimicry: The Sincerest Form of Flattery

You’ve probably never heard of George de Mestral before. Like many inventors, fame simply wasn’t in the cards. His invention, [more]

Making Nature Preserves for People Too

Making Nature Preserves for People Too

Nature preserves are so much about the wildlife. Visitors are like houseguests. They’re welcome as long as they respect the [more]

Where the Wild Ones Are

Where the Wild Ones Are

Photo: Burrowing owl inside of natural burrow. Credit: Larry JordanThe owls of our childhood are far from fierce beings. The [more]

"When we heal the earth, we heal ourselves." - David Orr

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