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23rd Annual Calaveras County Science Fair~By Hanna Heath

Posted by: hannaheath on 04/27/2008 07:29 PM
Angels Camp, CA....The 23rd Annual Calaveras County Science Fair went on this weekend at the Calaveras County Board of Education Office. Students who entered their project participated in interviews for the judging of their experiment. Projects were judged in two categories, experiments and displays. The Calaveras County School Science Fair provides opportunities for all students in grades 4-12 to explore areas of interest and then creatively exhibit them......

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Don't Miss the Calaveras Spring Home Show this Weekend at Frogtown!~By Jan Hovey

Posted by: thepinetree on 04/25/2008 02:25 PM
Frogtown, USA...This weekend, Frogtown will be filled to the brim with booths and vendors for the Spring Home Show. Parking and entry are free. So head on out and check out the show. This event is sponsored by the Calaveras Enterprise and we have heard there will alot of "green" vendors available to speak with you about your needs. The Spring Home Show takes place both days this weekend....
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Calaveras Shines at State Travel Media Event!

Posted by: Kim_Hamilton on 04/25/2008 12:18 PM
Calaveras County, CA....It was a big night for the Calaveras Visitors Bureau when they recently participated in the California Travel and Tourism Commission’s (CTTC) San Francisco Media Event held at the Ritz Carlton. The CVB came away with some great contacts as well as some recognition that Calaveras County can be proud of.....

Table with Anna Davies (left) and Lisa Reynolds (right).
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Forest Service Mobilizes Kids For Conservation

Posted by: Kim_Hamilton on 04/24/2008 02:25 PM
Washington, DC.....The U.S. Forest Service today awarded a half-million dollars in matching funds to mobilize our nation's most important conservation resource: kids. The funds will be used to get more kids outside, up close and personal with nature so they can have fun, get dirty, get healthy and learn.....
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Lumsden Road Open to South Fork Campground

Posted by: Kim_Hamilton on 04/24/2008 03:59 PM
Sonora, CA…The Forest Service today announced that the Stanislaus National Forest (NF) Groveland Ranger District’s Lumsden Road, also known as Forest Road 1N10, is now open for public travel from its gated intersection with Ferretti Road to South Fork Campground.....
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Copperopolis is Kick Starting Their Community Plan to Have it Included in County's General Plan

Posted by: Kim_Hamilton on 04/23/2008 10:35 PM
Copperopolis, CA....The town of Copperopolis held a Community Plan Meeting tonight at the Copperopolis Fire House to talk about the vision of Copperopolis. In attendance was Supervisor Russ Thomas, the Plan Community Update Committee Members, others who have contributed to the plan, CDA Director, Stephanie Moreno, Nathan Atherstone from the County Public Works Department and many local residents from Copperopolis. One of the big topics of discussion was Parks and Recreation and how to enhance the recreation and trail opportunities around the....
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Working Forest Bordering Big Trees State Park Conserved Family Landowners and Leading Forest Stewards Consider Managing Climate Benefits to Supplement Timber Income

Posted by: Kim_Hamilton on 04/23/2008 06:43 PM
San Francisco, CA....Love Creek Forest, a 413-acre family-owned, mixed conifer working forest outside Arnold in Calaveras County, CA, has been conserved through a partnership with the Pacific Forest Trust, the Sierra Nevada Conservancy and the Smith family. Love Creek Forest shares its boundaries with two Sierran treasures, Big Trees State Park and Stanislaus National Fores, and has been managed sustainably under the American Tree Farm System for the last 40 years.....
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Capers: An Interesting Plant That Does Well in the Foothills~By Ken Churches

Posted by: Kim_Hamilton on 04/22/2008 09:31 AM
Caper, is a native of the Mediterranean area, as well as of the tropics. The plant grows about two feet tall and spreading. The vines can be 7 to 10 feet long, and have a very deep root system. The plant is very drought resistant, needs little cultural care, requires good drainage, and is practically free of diseases and insect pests. The fruit is green, elongated, 2-3 inches long, 1/2 - 3/4 inch in diameter, and contains 200-300 seeds. The leaves are oval in shape, leathery and shiny green. The plant is propagated sexually (by seed) or....
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The Last Cattle Drive?~Video By John Hamilton

Posted by: thepinetree on 04/21/2008 07:38 AM
Angels Camp, CA...Early Saturday Morning a scene out of the old west was played out just East of Angels Camp. A Cattle Drive started on Murphys Grade Road and then proceeded down Rolleri Bypass and ended at the Old Tryon Ranch off of Hwy 4. The Tryon Cattle Drive has become a local tradition every spring. Men and Women on horseback, and a large meandering herd of mooing cattle made their way from one spring pasture to another. Next year if this drive is to continue is will have to find another path. In a few weeks the Rolleri Bypass will be disected by construction of the Angels Camp Bypass and...
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Habitat for Humanity Opened New Warehouse in San Andreas

Posted by: Kim_Hamilton on 04/21/2008 03:41 PM
On Saturday, May 3, the new Habitat for Humanity Calaveras Warehouse, a discount building materials reuse outlet store, opened in San Andreas at 172 California St. The Warehouse will be open from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. and every subsequent first Saturday of the month. Shoppers will receive huge discounts on building materials, light fixtures, paint, appliances and furniture. Home improvements are made more affordable by shopping at the Warehouse and at the same time all shoppers are helping support affordable housing in Calaveras County.....
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