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Every year, volunteer citizen scientists return to the California Coast to participate in the Western Monarch Thanksgiving Count. Their work observing and counting monarch butterflies at hundreds of overwintering sites from Mendocino to Baja provides the best look at how the species is faring after...
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Bay Area Bountiful: Winter Wild
Season six of Bay Area Bountiful brings you to the wild side of winter in our first episode, Winter Wild. In the next edition of Bay Area Bountiful, discover how the changing season impacts the natural patterns of wild creatures from the sky to the soil. We’ll see why the Bay Area plays an important...
Tune in Tuesday, November 30 @ 9:00pm on KRCB TV, and Wednesday, December 1 @ 7:00pm on KPJK TV for Bay Area Bountiful: Women in Wine! The holiday season is here, and a great way to say thank you and bring some cheer is with an unforgettable tasting experience. Surprise your loved ones or the wine e...
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Tidal Marsh Soil Elevation Short Story
In the tidal marshes at San Pablo Bay National Wildlife Refuge, research ecologist Karen Thorne, PhD and biologist Chase Freeman, from the USGS Western Ecological Research Center, study how quickly sediment accumulates in the marshland over time. They use a surface elevation table (SET), a device th...
Dr. Sajeemas "Mint" Pasakdee is a University of California Cooperative Extension master gardener. Her passion is studying the amazing microscopic world of the soil food web: the complex interaction of plants and animals that are the foundation of rich soil that healthy plants depend on. Special than...
Loren Poncia discovered the powers of carbon sequestration after partnering with the Marin Carbon Project a decade ago. After learning from the environmental stewardship program, Poncia has continued to implement carbon farming practices at Stemple Creek Ranch. Since incorporating compost at the ran...

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