A video of Dr Perryman’s presentation to the Placer Board of Supervisors. More information on beavers and their role in the natural world can be found at Dr Perryman’s website, Martinez Beavers. https://placer.granicus.com/MediaPlayer.php?view_id=6&clip_id=1955&starttime=2032&stoptime=3375&autostart=0&embed=1
I was never very good at math, but for some reason I really got statistics. That way of thinking about numbers just made sense to me. I could put the formulas together and analyze what came out. That said, I would be the first to
Here is PCWA’s Andy Fecko’s addition to my column on “WATER – TOO MUCH, TOO LITTLE, SAVE IT, USE IT, WASTE IT, BUY IT!” I thank Andy for his contribution and clarification. Jack Hi Jack, I wanted to take a moment to explain why PCWA
In May of this year the State Water Resources Control Board voted to end all water restrictions and let 408 water districts in California decide how much water their customers should consume. The move has perplexed many people. Moderate to severe drought still grips three-quarters
As reported in the Auburn Journal, a plant imported from South America is causing problems for Placer streams and ponds. When parrot’s feather plant takes hold, it’s hard for it to let go By: Gus Thomson of the Auburn Journal There’s a battle brewing near you.