Central Valley Habitat Exchange

Over the last 150 years, more than 95 percent of the natural habitat in California’s Central Valley has been replaced by farms and ranches. As a result, native wildlife populations have declined. Today, California has the challenge of recovering these species, and the ecosystems on which they depend, while maintaining productive agricultural lands. The Environmental … Continue reading Central Valley Habitat Exchange

Science: working together to save the amazing Monarchs

  The recent history of the Monarch butterfly is a story of applied science.  The eastern Monarch makes a grand journey from central Mexico to Canada, then back to Mexico.  What is truly amazing about it is that it takes several generations - the butterfly that travels to central Mexico is the great-grandchild of the … Continue reading Science: working together to save the amazing Monarchs