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  • ... who raid cultivation sites in Cannabis Cowboys, a SoCal Connected/KCET segment that was part of a duPont-Columbia award ... Forest Service's Pacific Southwest office. "It's more of a safety message," he said, noting that there have been rare instances where ...
  • ... animals. Given any choice at all, they will always do what they can to avoid biting you . [scald=31801:kl_image_original_context] One of ... park rangers, animal control people, and public safety officers have been working to educate people on how to enjoy ...
  • ... we took kcet.org commenter Steven Paul Leiva  to  Wurstküche in downtown Los Angeles. Steven ordered the ... this week, but we'd really like to hear from you . What's your take? What do you think about this week's ...
  • If you 're looking to meet new people or want to walk a trail without having to ... are a few notable hiking groups where you can find safety in numbers, suited to your interests and ... Sandi Hemmerlein The Crazy One: The Big Parade What can be crazier than walking in circles all day? If you think ...
  • How do you play the L.A. River at Rattlesnake Park? ... planners, writers, educators -- that invites Angelenos to explore, enjoy, reclaim, and reimagine the mighty L.A. River as a grand ...
  • 2014 is on track to be one of the worst years for rattlesnake bite in the last decade, ... to run from April through September. That means that if the pace of snakebites so far in 2014 holds steady, this could easily be ... be true depending on where you are in California. But what is reliably true is that warmer weather makes snakes more active. When ...
  • ... endanger whoever later entered the brush, and so violate what he called 'the code of the West.'" This article of the code, he ... a red diamond "on their property or where they felt their safety was threatened," although not to capture one alive. Along with ...

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