Imperial Valley News Center
Milan, Italy - The primary goal of adopting permaculture principles is to empower individuals to be their own producers and move away from being dependent consumers. These techniques are practiced in very different ways globally based on climate and resources particular to the region. While there is variety in the methodology of permaculture practices, the holistic approach remains constant. The easy to remember primary ethics of permaculture include earth care, people care, and resource share.
Sacramento, California - The latest segment in the Growing California video series, a partnership with California Grown, is “Friends of the Range,” a profile of a brother-sister ranching partnership and their extensive family history in Contra Costa and Alameda counties.
San Jose, California - Following the detection of an Asian citrus psyllid (ACP) within the City of San Jose, the existing quarantine has been expanded to include an additional portion of northwest Santa Clara County and a portion of southern Alameda County along its border with Santa Clara County. The quarantine expansion in Santa Clara County adds 4 square miles to the northwest of the current quarantine and the new quarantine expansion into Alameda County measures approximately 9 square miles in the Fremont area.
Lakewood, Colorado - Sport Haley/Bette & Court -- a wholly owned subsidiary of publicly traded company Sport-Haley Holdings is pleased to announce its Fall 2015 Isle of Capri Collection.
Prisoner escaped Sheriff's Deputies custody at Pioneers Hospital then apprehended by Law Enforcement
Brawley, California - Today at approximately 1:30 in the afternoon, a prisoner escaped from custody of Sheriff's Deputies. Robert Montenegro (age 35, from El Centro) was in court for probation violation when remanded to custody by the presiding judge.
Escondido, California - Animal care staff opened the gates to an in-exhibit care area this morning and a two-week-old male Ugandan giraffe slowly followed his mother, Chinde (pronounced Shin-dey), into the East Africa habitat at the San Diego Zoo Safari Park. The lanky calf hesitantly left the area where he has lived since he was born on June 22. With his comparatively short legs, the calf had to run to keep up with his mother’s long, slow strides as she led him to a watering hole, where the other giraffes in the exhibit came to sniff and lick the new member of the herd.
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