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Joshua Trees, Part 2: Desert Native No Match for Global Warming

Occasionally, I read articles on an online science newsletter called Science Daily. While recently scrolling through the various articles about nature, I found one concerning Joshua trees. Since I recently went on a trip to Joshua Tree National Park, the… Continue Reading

Saving Seeds Seasonally – an Interview with Kalan Redwood

My entire winter and early spring garden has gone to seed. The whole lot: arugula, lamb’s lettuce aka mache, beets, cabbages, bok choy, russian red kale, dinosaur kale, you name it. Well, not the carrots – we ate all of… Continue Reading

Help Re-align Clear Creek Canal Trail’s ‘Ditch of Death’

What: Redding Mountain Biking Club Trail Work Day – Clear Creek Canal Trail Re-alignment
Who: Mountain Bikers, Hikers, Runners, Equestrians
When: Saturday (May 7), 8 a.m.
Where: WES (Whiskeytown Environmental School) Camp, also called NEED Camp.

RMB will be hosting a major trail work day on Saturday … Continue Reading

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Tree Goddess: In the Vast Desert, There Is Strange Life

I hadn’t visited my homeland in Indio, California for almost three years. I wasn’t sure what to expect because development has been expanding at a scary rate since I last resided there. Late this winter, I decided to endure the 11-hour drive… Continue Reading

Take the Plunge: Whiskeytown’s Waterfall Week Challenge

As part of the larger National Park Week celebration, the 5th annual Waterfall Week celebration begins on Saturday (April 16) at Whiskeytown National Recreation Area and continues through April 24. This special event is also designated as a fee-free period… Continue Reading