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The farmers at Coyote Family Farm are among a new generation who see farming as a combination of spiritual practice, political act, community engagement and art form. Selling their fresh produce weekly at the farmers market, they are helping to reviv...
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Bay Area Bountiful: People & Wildlife
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Explore how human development has impacted the wildlife of California. The Grizzly Bear was once a dominant species, but as people settled here in greater numbers, the population of the Grizzly declined. Discover how European colonization upset the b...
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Citizen Scientists
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As our planet faces mounting threats to its biodiversity, a new kind of scientist is emerging: the Citizen Scientist . Watch this KRCB North Bay Bountiful production to learn how the California Academy of Sciences and partner organizations are harnes...
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Gathering Leaves: Sudden Oak Death Research
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In collaboration with the University of California and Sonoma State University, citizen scientists in Sonoma County are collecting bay laurel leaves to assist in controlling the pathogen responsible for Sudden Oak Death.
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The Laguna de Santa Rosa Foundation
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Learn about the science and ecology of the Laguna de Santa Rosa and the work of the Laguna Foundation. Video created in the summer of 2017. Larry Campbell narrator.
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Bay Area Bountiful: Groundwater
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During the recent drought, groundwater became scarce as aquifers throughout Northern California began to dry up. New laws will require municipalities and water well owners to adhere to new guidelines for how much water can be drawn. On this episode o...
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What Is Groundwater?
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There is more fresh water stored underground in Northern California than is accessible from surface water sources, such as lakes, rivers and streams. To understand just how essential groundwater is, we’ll need to learn about how it is stored in the e...
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Apple Country
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The area around Sebastopol, California was once well known for its apples. But vineyards have now replaced many orchards. Two family owned apple orchards that remain—Walker Apples and Devoto Gardens & Orchards—are part of a farming legacy that contin...
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Staying Grounded
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In 2014, California enacted the Sustainable Groundwater Management Act. This KRCB North Bay Bountiful production explores the ways in which the legislation will impact Sonoma County and its water supply.
 

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