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Winter Escapes: Discovering Northern California’s February Charm
As winter blankets Northern California with crisp air and a touch of frost, February unveils a unique charm in this part of the world. From scenic getaways to outdoor adventures, explore the winte...
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California State Parks Recommends $6.7 Million in Grants for Local Recreational Trails
California State Parks has recommended $6.7 million for seven local nonmotorized trail projects in various cities, including Galt and Gilroy.
From Los Angeles Times...
Disneyland’s New Vision Includes Up to $2.5-billion Investment and Plan to Take Over City Streets
Disneyland’s plan to reimagine the theme park into a more “immersive” experience may require up to $2.5 billion and a plan to privatize some Anaheim streets.
Home to the state capital, Sacramento County offers many amusements for visitors and locals alike. But only some require no cash outlay.
How California’s 10 state conservancies buy up open land and shield it from developers to preserve the natural environment for public use.
The conservation director of Land Trust of Santa Cruz talks about the highlights of his work, and some of the issues he sees in maintaining California’s parks.
Pam Marino of Monterey County Weekly reports that the city government there is grappling with a unique problem: How to provide access to the places that make Monterey “the most historic city in California.”
California has some top-notch tourist attractions—with top-shelf prices. Here are some that won’t break the bank.
Sometimes making the community better manifests as a better understanding of how nature works. Local birders lead the way.
Community service districts can do most anything a city government can do. Here’s how they work and how to start one.
The name change of one of California’s most historic ski resorts is part of a statewide and national trend to reexamine offensive place names.
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