Santa Cruz Big Trees Peculiarities of Their Growth. SPRINGING FROM OLD TRUNKS The Present Giants of the Forest Descendants of Greater Progenitors San Francisco Chronicle – Sunday, June 9, 1889 – Page 2 While wandering through the Big Tree grove … Continue reading
Bolander warns California of the danger of logging the Redwoods Daily Alta California, Volume 18, Number 5954, 29 June 1866 Front page 2nd column half way down By Professor Henry N. Bolander The Redwood Forest The following extract is from … Continue reading
REDWOOD Sequoia Sempervirens “For they sing to my heart, And it sings to them evermore.” —J. P. Lowell Albert Kellogg (1813 – 1887), a physician and botanist, wrote an essay at the end of book on redwoods. Kellogg, a founder … Continue reading
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Introduction This is the story about one of the most beautiful parks in the Bay Area. Thanks go to a friend (Cecile) who introduced me to the East Bay’s parks. After spending most of the last ten years in bed … Continue reading
Imagine having a fight with a relative over watering their chem-lawn or converting it to native grasses! California has a problem with too many people who’ve migrated here with the cultural mindset that they must have a grassy lawn and … Continue reading
via The Star / May 22, 2013 / Farmers have resumed planting rice for market only 15 kilometres (nine miles) from Japan’s crippled Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power station, a local official said Wednesday. It was the first time since the March 2011 earthquake-tsunami-nuclear disaster that farmers have gone inside the former 20-kilometre “no-go” zone around the doomed plant to sow rice intended for sale. The zone has been redefined to … Continue reading →Continue reading
This land is sacred, from the mountains to the sea!
Written by Jodi Levine, guitar, Jon Sherman, flute
Aging Nuke Plants On Fault Lines In Tsunami Hazard Zones = Fukushimas… Any Questions?
PLEASE Turn off a light for Fukushima USA / San Cleme…
The National Parks: America’s Best Idea, a six-episode series by Ken Burns and Dayton Duncan is a wonderful example of our imperial culture at its finest. This 6 part PBS series was worth it for its beautiful images and the … Continue reading
GUBA – Arithmetic, Population & Energy … Continue reading