Wandering in a winter wonderland...
A cold snap and some precipitation on March 6 left two to three inches of snow on the summit of Bald Mountain at Sugarloaf Ridge State Park. While not enough to open a new ski resort in Kenwood, it did provide some beautiful winter scenes. It didn’t last long, though. One week later the me more...
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Santa Rosa to expand medical services for former SDC residents
SDC clients moving out slower than expected
Santa Rosa Community Health Centers will develop and operate a new health center specializing in medical services for the severely developmentally disabled population, many of whom are being relocated due to the Federal withdrawal of support for institutional hospitals, including the Sonom more...
Bouverie Preserve seeking to fight fire with fire
Spring will bring prescriptive burns to valley grasslands
“We need to reapply fire to our landscape,” John Petersen told staff and neighbors at Glen Ellen’s Bouverie Preserve in early March, outlining a modest plan to reinstate some of the techniques original valley dwellers used to manage the landscape for thousands of years. Petersen is execut more...