Tag archives for San Joaquin Valley
Like many new ecological thoughts and products, when you treat one problem, you create another—and that goes for water efficiency in the home.
The launch of the Calgren Ethanol Biogester, a manure-to-energy plant 60 miles south of Fresno, will help California meet its clean energy goals.
Cycling in Fresno is vastly underrated, an now the city of Fresno and Fresno State are considering a bicycle sharing program.
A one-party state isn't for me. I voted for two Republicans here in California, Neel Kashkari for governor and Swearengin for Controller.
Returning to Fresno in the summer, and its farmers markets, was certainly a blessing.
It was not one of the easier personal and professional choices to make, but after close to a year, I left Abu Dhabi to return to Fresno.
According to the clean energy advocacy group One Block Off the Grid, the solar capital of the United States is Fresno.
The David of Sassoon Statue a landmark in downtown Fresno for over forty years, is a focal point of pride for local Armenian-Americans.
One thing I miss most about Fresno is its architecturally rich and occasionally vibrant downtown. One example is the Pacific Southwest Building.
Thanks to the hash tag #ModelLife, Fresno has the highest per capita of models of any other place in the USA, if not the world.
I’ve accepted a position in the Middle East to work within Masdar as a communications specialist for DC-based APCO. Home will be Abu Dhabi, UAE.
I recently wrote an article in Fresno Life Magazine about Dr. Bradley Wajda, a psychiatrist who has practiced in the San Joaquin Valley for over 20 years.