Monthly Archives: November 2015

Have a Wonderful Thanksgiving

I’ll be taking the rest of the week off from blogging to celebrate, returning Tuesday December 1st, and wish you and your family the most wonderful Thanksgiving!  

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Homelessness Down in U.S.

Which is very good news, but it is up in some cities—including in our Parkway—as this article from Governing Magazine reports. An excerpt. Homelessness is on the rise in many of America’s biggest cities as wealth concentrates in urban centers, … Continue reading

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Sex Offenders Arrested in Parkway Sweeps

It has long been known that many sex offenders were among the illegal campers in the Parkway and it is good to see that number reduced, as reported by KCRA Channel 3. An excerpt. SACRAMENTO, Calif. (KCRA) —A multi-agency task … Continue reading

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Homeless Crisis in Los Angeles

That’s what the Los Angeles Times is reporting in this article, and really, due to the long social confusion over how to deal with it, homelessness has become a crisis pretty much everywhere, including Sacramento. An excerpt from the Times … Continue reading

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Folsom Dam Fish Ladder

This is something I did not know the history of—that there once was a fish ladder—so this article from the Auburn Journal is very informative. An excerpt. A recent news article states “San Francisco (Nov. 10, 2015) – Environmental groups … Continue reading

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Body Found in Parkway

As reported by Channel 3. An excerpt. CARMICHAEL, Calif. (KCRA) —A man’s body was found Tuesday afternoon floating on an inlet at a popular Carmichael park along the American River Parkway. Sacramento Metro Firefighters were called just after 3 p.m. … Continue reading

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Sacramento’s Trains are Filthy

According to this story from KCRA Channel 3. An excerpt. Tests reveal fecal E. coli, strep on trains, at stations SACRAMENTO, Calif. (KCRA) —”I wish they would focus more on keeping it clean, make sure the seats are clean,” Michael … Continue reading

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Housing the Homeless

It is a complicated process but the strategy we recommend is that of a Homeless Transformation Campus, which we wrote about in a recent Press Release, and is the only method we have found that addresses the various housing needs … Continue reading

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Online Fish Finder

A great technological development as reported by the California Water Blog. An excerpt. “Where?” The question is foundational to conservation biology and policy. To take a conservation action, you need to know where to act. And, yet, for decades stewards … Continue reading

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Global Cooling Predicted

That is the result of a new study reported by the Daily Express News. An excerpt. SCIENTISTS claim we are in for a decade-long freeze as the sun slows down solar activity by up to 60 per cent. A team … Continue reading

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