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Monthly Archives: April 2013
I have been preparing to lead a one day workshop on the recovery of the endangered Ohlone tiger beetle. The purpose of the workshop is for all of the managers, land owners, and regulators, such as from the City Parks, … Continue reading
Last month, my partner and I vacationed in one of our favorite places: Hawai’i. We took our first trip to Kaua’i and I was stunned by the natural beauty of the island. Truly remarkable. I was also pleasantly surprised by … Continue reading