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  • ... River : Its Life, Death, and Possible Rebirth" ); dug into Norris Hundley ( "The Great Thirst" ); and were jolted by Jenny ... away to sketch out new ideas upstream, Peter brought us back to the river's current structure and the cavernous space it created; ...
  • ... his sample A quick gulp of water and we were back on the trail again. We made our way back the way we came and instead ... we soon saw why. Despite its name, the falls held close to forty people that Monday. Many of them looked to be teenagers looking for a ...
  • ... her California Desert Conservation and Recreation Act into the newly Republican-controlled Congress. The bill would create two ... the Whitewater River and Deep Creek as Wild and Scenic Rivers . On the side of things that don't make desert preservationists as ...
  • ... started exploring the culture of disparate wanderers and golden fantasies. "About two years ago, I started to get interested in ... the bucket. The salt of the palm chucks the crate in the back of the rusty RV. The palm hangs the bucket to dry, wipes hair across ...
  • ... efforts that are working to prepare the Golden State for the effects of climate change -- while growing our economy ... in the San Fernando Valley with high albedo slurry. Back to the science. Dr. Hall's downscaling study was an essential precursor ...
  • ... shaped by dynamic visions, both individual and collective. Commentary brings together diverse perspectives on the future of California by looking into its history and generating innovative possibilities to what could be. ...
  • ... planners, and activists are working to bring the river back to life—as are sculptors, painters, dancers, performance artists, ... . what many of you already know: Environmental art is not commentary . It’s not decorative. It's not marginal. In this new Green ...
  • The sight of an orange tree, laden with golden fruit on a cold winter afternoon, remains a guarantor of Southern ... Navel oranges were picked in December through January. Back East (as we said then), an orange tree in winter -- golden with fruit among the dark green , almost black, leaves -- was the guarantor of Southern California's ...
  • ... tortilla. I see people catching fish, some throw them back . They asked me to warm up some of their flour tortillas for them." ... and made one arrest, according to the department's news blog. The article went on to say that besides fishing without a license, ...
  • ... Hills Park will result in green space larger than Golden Gate Park in San Francisco or Central Park in New York City. ... is oil versus park. The oil drillers have rights going back to the 1920s and they are not about to be displaced. Going forward with ...

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