DiscOasis. It's an oasis of disco in an otherwise disco-less land. Open until Labor Day at South Coast Botanic Garden.
The City Nature Challenge is over! I can't wait until next year, to check up on how these plants are doing. And to add a few more to my collection. Congratulations to everyone who took part! I'm always so happy when a big number of people turn out for nature.
Get your portable phones and cool cameras ready for a five-day bioblitz style event! From April 30th to May 3rd, be on the lookout to log and identify all the plants and animals you can possibly find in the Palos Verdes area.
Every year, we celebrate Earth Day on April 22. This is a day for the earth: for cleaning, remembering, and planning to ensure a positive future for nature. During past Earth Days, events such as river cleanings and the clearing of invasive species has often taken the mainstage in drawing communities together. This year, the holiday is going digital.
After a couple months of GLOW at South Coast Botanic Garden, it's time to look back at the light and the music. (For those who didn't attend - it's a walking / music / plant / light show with a water theme)
Glow is happening at SCBG until January 10th, 2021. If you want to take a break from being stuck indoors - or take a break from more 'normal' plants - swing on by the garden to see the foliage in a new light! (Yes, that was a pun)
Desertification and Drought Day is an effort to remind people that what we buy and consume comes mostly from the earth.
Take a deep breath in, and then a deep breath out. Now do it one nostril at a time. Otherwise known as Nadi Shodhana Pranayama, nose breathing is just about one of the easiest, most healthy calming and meditation techniques on hand. As long as you're not congested.