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Outta Town Adventures with Bea Broda

Outta Town Adventures with Bea Broda

https://youtu.be/HH3KdGpPH0k Hey desert lovers - here’s a clip of my hiking adventure for Outta Town adventures with Bea Broda airing on Palm Springs region TV KSPE channel 22, this Saturday, November 24 at 9 am and soon part of a series on Amazon Prime

Hiking & Mountain Biking Mammoth Lakes

Hiking & Mountain Biking Mammoth Lakes

https://youtu.be/aBgKnGL7iBA Parker Lake is a 3.8 mile hike near June Lake in the Ansel Adams Wilderness. It climbs along the flowing creek through beautiful Jeffrey Pine and aspen forests to a serene lake reflecting steep moraines and rugged peaks. The Morgan Pass...

Wildflower Festival 2018

Wildflower Festival 2018

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H7KBk7oNrCI Each year on the first Saturday in March, Friends of the Desert Mountains hosts a Wildflower Festival. It features a 5k race, wildflower walks around a nature trail and a guided short hike of the Randall Henderson trail....

Your books are wonderfully different and REFRESHING!! The recipes are a nice touch too.

- Mark Farley, Elite Land Tours, Palm Springs

Your book will be good to promote especially to tourists visiting San Diego, it gives such a great overview of the topography of the area. The history side of it is important especially since we are in Old Town.

- Karen Abbott, Old Town Trading Company

I am an artist, so Linda’s chapter on the Indian Canyons were helpful in showing me beautiful places to capture images of the desert with my camera.

- D. Sullivan, Photographer & Artist

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Help protect the monarch butterflysMilkweed in the Monument!Help us protect the Monarch butterfly by identifying and mapping milkweeds in the Santa Rosa & San Jacinto Mountains National Monument. Monarch butterfly populations are declining - they cannot survive without milkweed as their caterpillars feed exclusively on these plants. Our goal is to record the status of this special pollinator's habitat and document the density and diversity of milkweed species within the Monument.This is an ongoing project, so get out there when you can.www.inaturalist.org/projects/milkweeds-in-the-monument-srsjmnm ... See MoreSee Less
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