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Imperial Valley Press Staff WriterRAMONA — Five Imperial Valley teenagers shared nervous smiles as they unloaded from a van Tuesday to spend a week in the wilderness here, roughly 115 miles from their Imperial Valley homes. The Salvation Army’s summer camps provide high-risk,...
Staff WriterChris Moreno was working outside Wednesday afternoon in El Centro when a large shadow flew overhead. He raised his head and saw a large bird crash into the side of a building. “We’d never seen a bird fall down from the sky that big,”...
What has been called, rightly so or not, the most polluted river in the United States has seen some improvement in its water quality in the past decade. The New River, which originates south of Mexicali and meanders north through Calexico and Brawley...
Imperial Valley PressTo eat well-balanced diets people must first feed the ground, and nothing makes soil healthier than scraps they throw away, says a master gardener. Most of Imperial County’s landfill is organic waste (grass and tree trimmings) but those with a...
Imperial Valley Press Staff WriterVisitors get hands-on experience with the natural world at this year’s California Mid-Winter Fair & Fiesta. Whether it was peering in at exotic animals, hand-choosing a geode to crack open or admiring plants native to the Valley, fair-goers...
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Imperial Valley Press Staff WriterA new lawsuit opposing the Imperial Valley Solar Project expands on two separate cases filed last year by Native American groups. Back Country Against Dumps and The Protect our Communities Foundations in a suit filed Thursday said the Bureau of Land...
South Florida Parenting1801 N. Ocean Blvd., Boca Raton; 561-338-1473 www.gumbolimbo.org Family-oriented programs that make learning about nature fun are what make this place so popular. Inside, visitors can explore several exhibits and dis-plays, aquariums and live animals....
WGN NewsFree Summer Family Fun in Chicago Summer is all about getting out of the house and enjoying the beautiful weather. Parents in this economy, though, really need to pay attention to their budgets. Jean Lemke, co-founder of kidwinks.com, shares some free...
By Steven Apfelbaum Dame’s rocket has escaped from gardens and is rapidly invading the surrounding landscapes. Left unchecked, this beautiful, yet lethal plant will wreak havoc on the natural environment, threatening the survival of native plants...
Jan Newton, educational coordinator for the John Clayton Chapter, Virginia Native Plant Society ... www.claytonvnps.org ... suggests native plant alternatives to these non-native invasives: Non-native Invasives: Mimosa tree or silk tree (Albizia...
Perhaps your parents read South Florida Parenting 20 years ago. Now you have a family of your own. Do you remember hula dancing at the Mai-Kai as an uninhibited child? Itís still there. Take a walk down Memory Lane to revisit attractions you loved as a...
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