Tag archives for San Joaquin Valley
One debate I avoid is the plastic-vs-real-tree debate, as the Christmas trees I have done over the years pretty sum up what I am about.
Need a break from Fresno? The best place to start is by going to Woodward Park and finding your way to the Lewis S. Eaton Trail.
Located a short drive east of Visalia and on the outskirts of Exeter, the Kaweah Oaks Preserve is the one of the last remaining oak riparian forests in the San Joaquin Valley.
From a single illuminated tree in 1920 has sprung Christmas Tree Lane, a two-mile stream of Christmas lights and displays that are a highlight of Fresno this time of year.
With the California drought hyper-politicized, there is an opening for food companies to take leadership on this explosive challenge.
Ecologic Brands was founded in 2008 by Julie Corbett who was tired of all the waste from plastic jugs and cartons that her family was generating.
Yesterday Gov. Jerry Brown issued an executive order that he said is necessary in order to make California drought-resistant after the lowest snowpack on record.
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.