Over the past few generations, multinational corporations have seized the lion’s share of the seed market, squeezing out small, regional, family-run companies and causing biodiversity to suffer. In recent years, gardeners have come to realize the inherent danger in this situation.… Read more »
San Francisco was the only county in California without a coyote population – until 2001. American Coyote is a compelling half-hour film that is a virtual case study of the coyote’s arrival in our human communities.
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Earth Book for Kids offers children and their families a wide variety of ways to learn about the environment while having fun.… Read more »
The Department of Water Resources is dedicated to promoting water conservation in California. It is hoped that this collection of plants will encourage the use of drought-tolerant plants and water conserving horticulture methods.… Read more »