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Join the UC Master Gardeners of Ventura County for the first lecture in our Fall Speaker Series, The Wonderful World of Bees: Tips for a Bee-Friendly Garden

Join the UC Master Gardeners of Ventura County for the first lecture in our Fall Speaker Series,  The Wonderful World of Bees: Tips for a Bee-Friendly Garden

Where: On Zoom When: Friday, August 14 Time: 10:00 – 11:00 AM Register in advance: https://ucanr.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJYkduyrqj0iE9DwOkSKOecVOss_WxHALIjk   After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the presentation. All presentations are free. For information about other events and presentations, follow us on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter, or check out our website at https://ucanr.edu/sites/VCMG/     UC Master Gardeners of Ventura County Get […]

Camping Guide 101: Roughing It in the Great Outdoors

Camping Guide 101: Roughing It in the Great Outdoors

BY KEVIN REVOLINSKI I remember the smell of grass and canvas, the songs of birds and cicadas, the dawn sunlight gracing the top of my tent as I lay there until the smell of bacon drifted through the campsite. I climbed out of my sleeping bag, pulled back the tent flaps, and ran the 20 feet […]

Watch Comet NEOWISE Wave Goodbye – See you in 6,800 years!

Watch Comet NEOWISE Wave Goodbye – See you in 6,800 years!

Another excellent Time-Lapse video by Brian Ginn of Thousand Oaks  Creator/Author: Brian Ginn For more viewing tips write to: [email protected] For more VCAS clubmember photos goto: https://www.vcas.org/gallery Visit VCAS on Facebook  Get Citizensjournal.us Headlines free  SUBSCRIPTION. Keep us publishing – DONATE

VCAS~Amazing Video of Comet NEOWISE. Watch it Wag Its Tail!

VCAS~Amazing Video of Comet NEOWISE. Watch it Wag Its Tail!

This great video has been provided by Ventura County Astronomical Society.  TO SEE COMET NEOWISE MORNINGS till July 13th: look to the Northeast sky starting about 4 am until a little before sunrise. This will be the best viewing. EVENINGS after July 14th: Look to the Northwest sky a little after sunset. You might need […]

We’re Open

We’re Open

  Yellowstone is opening the park in phases with limited services We’re open! Yellowstone is opening in phases with limited services.     EXPERIENCE YELLOWSTONE Discover the magic of the world’s first national park. If you’re looking to experience the wonders of Yellowstone this summer, we have continued with our phased re-opening. Additional lodging will be […]

Bass Fishing Tips For Beginners

Bass Fishing Tips For Beginners

By Rick Wallace Bass are America’s most popular freshwater sport fish and a national institution when it comes to fishing. There are bass fishing tournaments, bass fishing shops and websites devoted to bass fishing – so we thought we’d get fishing guide and resident expert Shawn Chapin to explain its appeal and provide some bass fishing […]

Meet Yellowstone’s Spring Babies

Meet Yellowstone’s Spring Babies

BABY ANIMALS IN YELLOWSTONE Spring is in the air in Yellowstone! The snow is melting, the grass is greening, and any day now we’ll start to spot the spring babies of Yellowstone. Spring is a busy time in Yellowstone National Park. As the winter season draws to a close, roads are opened up and warm-weather accommodations are […]

Visiting America’s Largest Bird Park

Visiting America’s Largest Bird Park

BY FRED J. ECKERT   One of the most distinctive visitor attractions in the United States, a delightful park that appeals to all age groups, is a place you’ve probably never heard of, located in a town you’ve also probably never heard of. Scotland Neck, North Carolina—located roughly midway between North Carolina’s capital city of Raleigh […]

Australian Flower With Petals That Look Like Perfect Little Hummingbirds

Australian Flower With Petals That Look Like Perfect Little Hummingbirds

BY LOUISE BEVAN To the untrained eye, this perfect little parcel of petals may look like an origami hummingbird. It is, in fact, a native Australian flower that blooms to emulate the tiny bird perfectly, and it’s taking the internet by storm. The plant that produces this extraordinary flower is known as the green or regal birdflower, scientific name Crotalaria […]

Community Environmental Council Announces #TogetherWeEarthrise Earth Day Live Festival on April 22

Community Environmental Council Announces #TogetherWeEarthrise Earth Day Live Festival on April 22

    Community Environmental Council   SANTA BARBARA, CA—The Community Environmental Council (CEC) is hosting #TogetherWeEarthrise Earth Day Live Festival, an online event dedicated to inspiration, community building, and climate action. The livestream event begins at noon on Wednesday, April 22 and is available to view at SBEarthDay.org. The online event will be the only Santa Barbara Earth […]