Nature

  • Measure T: Why Nature Should Continue to Be Equitable 

    Arturo Hilario El Observador Ethnic Media Services held a roundtable discussion on the impacts of Measure T on October 1st, which was attended by San Jose Assemblymember Ash Kalra, San Jose Councilmember Sergio Jimenez, Open Space Authority Board member Shay Franco-Clausen, and Sadiya Muqueeth, Director of Community Health, Trust...
  • Medida T: Por qué la naturaleza debería seguir siendo equitativa

    Arturo Hilario El Observador La organización Ethnic Media Services llevo a cabo una conversación sobre los impactos de la Medida T el 1 de octubre, a la que asistieron el asambleísta de San José Ash Kalra, el concejal de San José Sergio Jiménez, miembro de la Junta de Open...
  • EarthTalk Q&A: “Glamping”

    Roddy Scheer y Doug Moss EarthTalk Si bien los campamentos tradicionales son geniales, no siempre se sienten como un escape a la naturaleza, especialmente dado el aspecto de perro-come-perro de anotar un sitio y el hecho de que vivirás justo al lado de tus vecinos. Y si bien el...
  • EarthTalk Q&A: “Glamping”

    Roddy Scheer & Doug Moss EarthTalk While traditional campgrounds are great, they don’t always feel like an escape to nature, especially given the dog-eat-dog aspect of scoring a site and the fact that you’ll be living right next to your neighbors. And while the price may be right —...
  • Bach to Nature III

    Santa Clara County This is your chance to play your own piano concerto in a backdrop of nature. For the third consecutive year Santa Clara County Parks and Recreation is placing five pianos in the most picturesque spots in five County Parks and they’re there for your enjoyment beginning...

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