In honor of an upcoming 'Earth Focus' investigative report on illicit ivory, here's a collection of videos and articles about wildlife and environmental conversation. The episode, airing May 27, uncovers the devastating effects of the illegal ivory trade, its impact on the dwindling African elephant population, and its link to organized crime.
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Gardening at school and at home can help foster healthy lifestyles and encourage healthy eating with more nutritious foods -- something that communities like South El Monte and El Monte urgently need.
DeparturesLillard Outdoor Classroom
Departures ColumnsWoody and Buzz: Landscape Motifs in the San Fernando Valley
SoCal WandererHike and Bike Lassen National Park This Saturday
Departures ColumnsThe Riot Inside Us
SoCal ConnectedCalifornia's Water Supply: On Shaky Grounds?
SoCal ConnectedInside the Hip Hop School of Arts
SoCal ConnectedThe Art of Protest
Departures ColumnsIn Long Beach, a Walk Along the Shore
DeparturesA Punk Approach to Running in El Monte
SoCal FocusHow Dana Cove Became Dana Point Harbor
KCET 50th Anniversary'Life & Times' L.A. Riots Special
Home & GardenAfter the Lawn: Assessing Your Garden's Water Needs
ArtboundTom Driscoll: Hidden in Plain Sight
KCET 50th AnniversaryThe 1970s: Cousteau's Odyssey Continues
SoCal WandererExploring the Northern California Redwood Forests
Departures ColumnsMentoring the Next Generation of Poets
Departures - Youth VoicesCommunity Outreach: What Makes A Street Safe?
Departures ColumnsThe Name Game: South L.A. or SOLA, It's Still South Central