Battling invasive plants and diseases
Dogs can actually smell the bacteria that causes greening disease.
LIFE CDFW mailbag: Here’s what you can do to help backyard birds
The California Fish and Game Code (FGC) contains several sections outlining protections for birds, their eggs and nests.
Hashtag Red Tide: TikTok is all over Tampa Bay’s environmental crisis
Red Tide and fish kills are going viral as TikTokers share what’s happening in Tampa Bay on the social media platform.
Solar farms are often bad for biodiversity — but they don’t have to be
Yes, we can have solar energy and turtles, too.
‘Water supply alert’ issued for Southern California in response to drought
Metropolitan Water District’s declaration calls for a voluntary reduction in use, but mandatory restrictions could arise in the future.
Nonprofit teaches landscapers and gardeners benefits of water-efficient native plants
Growing up in Los Angeles, Perez has always had a passion for plants and spending time outdoors, even working as an outdoor guide. But he took it to a whole new level this year after enrolling in a program that trains landscapers and gardeners to identify, grow and manage native plants.
California Drought: More Wild Animals Feeding In Backyards As Plants Dry Up In East Bay Parks
Within the East Bay Regional Parks it means wetlands and ponds are drying up and a lot of the native plants and trees are dying which takes a big toll on wildlife.
Ways to save water during the drought — and whether it’s worth doing at all
Letting the faucet run while you wash your face wasn’t what got us into the drought, so not doing that won’t singlehandedly get us out of it.
Inside the political battle to preserve a sprawling national forest in California
The proposed Range of Light National Monument could be a conservation game-changer.
Help your garden weather the heat
Most vegetables and native plants can withstand a periodic heatwave, but once the soil dries out in the top few inches, all plants can feel the stress.