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The B-47 Spirit


Joe Pruzzo of the Castle Air Museum joins Dave to talk about this weekends Open Cockpit Day, the four new Aircraft Exhibits, and why the B-47 is such a popular and important airplane. 124 more words

News & Notes

Oh, Yeah? It Did Too Rain Again At The Ranch Pen

Anyone who has read the blog for the past year or two knows we in southwestern Oklahoma–and basically the entire southwest US have been in a horrendous drought for years. 373 more words

Danni McGriffith

Forestry Friday ... Millions of Dead Trees

This story appeared in the May 2015, California Forest Pest Council newsletter. The effects of the drought are manifesting in Southern California forests through massive tree die-off. 403 more words

Forester Artist

Termites and desertification

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Termite mound in Kruger park

Impending Desertification Prevented by Termites?? How Is It Done?

Paper Reviewed
Bonachela, J.A., Pringle, R.M., Sheffer, E., Coverdale, T.C., Guyton, J.A., Caylor, K.K., Levin, S.A. 118 more words


Local Agency Goes On Patrol In Search Of Water Wasters Amid California Drought

RANCHO CUCAMONGA (CBSLA.com) — A local agency is keeping a close eye on water wasters with California’s drought reaching critical levels.

CBS2’s Tom Wait went along with District Supervisor Eric Chamberlain from the Cucamonga Valley Water District as he patrolled Rancho Cucamonga on Thursday in search of water wasters. 229 more words


State: Decision On Possible Senior Water Rights Cuts Coming Next Week

SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — The State Water Resources Control Board now says senior water rights holders can continue pumping water from the San Joaquin River.

The Delta’s senior water rights holders are still waiting to see if that right holds up with the state. 264 more words