About 95% of all Tricolored Blackbirds in the world have made California their home. Now, with much of the state’s wetlands gone, California’s Tricolored Blackbirds have established colonies across Central Valley farms.
Sustainable Conservation journeyed out to the beautiful Green Gulch Farm and Zen Center in Marin County to help plant 90 alder trees across the newly restored portion of Green Gulch Creek.
When you think of cow waste, your immediate thoughts probably revolve less around an image and more around a smell. Turns out, cow waste can also power farms – and even homes.
California’s Central Valley is the state’s hotbed for farming. From the milk we drink to the tomatoes we slice into our salads, this region is integral in providing California’s communities with the amazing produce and food we’re all so accustomed to.