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THE NATIVE PLANT DEMONSTRATION GARDEN AT THE EASTERN SIERRA VISITOR CENTER (“ESVC”) LONE PINE, CALIFORNIA: THE ORIGINAL VISION
The original vision for the garden was summarized in an essay entitled “Native Garden Rejuvenation at the Interagency Visitor Center,” (authored by anonymous), as...
After 35 years of range management education in California, survey shows that 95% of respondents better understand ecosystem processes and 90% of respondents better...
As many students continue online learning due to COVID-19, 4-H hands-on learning activities are keeping them excited and engaged in education. The University of...
In the words of Dr. Martin Luther King, “If you can't fly, run. If you can't run, walk. If you can't walk, crawl, but by all means, keep moving.” These are the words and thoughts that Dr. King articulated so well, when he spoke to a group of...
|Spring Edibles Series 3 of 5 - Planting Your Spring Vegetable Garden||3/12/2021|
|Spring Edibles Series 4 of 5 - Growing Herbs||3/26/2021|
|Spring Edibles Series 5 of 5 - Good Bug/Bad Bug on Edible Plants||4/9/2021|
UC Elkus Ranch Adventure Day
A private outdoor day of fun at UC Elkus Ranch for social bubbles of children and adults.
Learn more: ucanr.edu/adventure
UC Elkus Ranch Private Family Tours Offered
Homeschooling families are invited to venture out to a new learning environment at UC Elkus Ranch in Half Moon Bay. UC Elkus Ranch is an environmental education center, providing unique hands-on learning experiences for Bay Area youth. Due to COVID-19 precautions, UC Elkus Ranch has temporarily opened to the general public for private family tours only. Learn more...