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    For the Love of Vegetables, Meet Your Local Farmers

    Oct 27, 2015

    Michael Lozano

    In this mini-documentary, meet the farmers young and old who are bringing affordable and healthy veggies to Long Beach tables.
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    For the Love of Vegetables, Meet Your Local Farmers

    Oct 27, 2015

    Michael Lozano

    In this mini-documentary, meet the farmers young and old who are bringing affordable and healthy veggies to Long Beach tables.
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    It Feels Like There's Not Enough Oxygen In The Air

    Sep 22, 2015

    Asher Pan

    All my life I have suffered from increasingly painful asthma, and living in Merced is like living with a bag over my head preventing me from breathing like everyone else.
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    It Feels Like There's Not Enough Oxygen In The Air

    Sep 22, 2015

    Asher Pan

    All my life I have suffered from increasingly painful asthma, and living in Merced is like living with a bag over my head preventing me from breathing like everyone else.
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    Central Valley Unites to Discuss Environmental Issues

    Aug 01, 2015

    Claudia Gonzalez, Aqueela Starks, and Guadalupe Reyes

    Over 250 people attended the Environmental Dignity Campaign for the Care for Our Common Home forum in Fresno last month. Tom Steyer, founder of NEXTGEN Climate and guest speaker at the event, noted seven out of ten Californians live in counties with bad air quality, while three million people in the state suffer from asthma.
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    Central Valley Unites to Discuss Environmental Issues

    Aug 01, 2015

    Claudia Gonzalez, Aqueela Starks, and Guadalupe Reyes

    Over 250 people attended the Environmental Dignity Campaign for the Care for Our Common Home forum in Fresno last month. Tom Steyer, founder of NEXTGEN Climate and guest speaker at the event, noted seven out of ten Californians live in counties with bad air quality, while three million people in the state suffer from asthma.
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    The Key To The Future of Farming: "Aquaponics"

    Jul 14, 2015

    Amita Gowda

    Eight year old Amita Gowda talks about her discovery of "aquaponics" a farming technique that might be an answer to helping us grow plants and fish at the same time.
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    Key if the future of farming 07.14.15

    The Key To The Future of Farming: "Aquaponics"

    Jul 14, 2015

    Amita Gowda

    Eight year old Amita Gowda talks about her discovery of "aquaponics" a farming technique that might be an answer to helping us grow plants and fish at the same time.
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    How I Learned to Stop Littering… and Start Composting

    Jul 13, 2015

    Ronvel Sharper

    Through Y-PLAN, a project that engages teens in city planning projects and gives them an opportunity to present ideas to city officials, I learned why composting is a key to how Richmond can become a more sustainable city.
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    How I learned to stop Littering 07.13.15

    How I Learned to Stop Littering… and Start Composting

    Jul 13, 2015

    Ronvel Sharper

    Through Y-PLAN, a project that engages teens in city planning projects and gives them an opportunity to present ideas to city officials, I learned why composting is a key to how Richmond can become a more sustainable city.
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    Bill to Combat Arsenic in Drinking Water Makes it to the Senate

    May 29, 2015

    Ivan Valenzuela and Christian Mendez

    A proposed bill for combating arsenic-tainted water in rural California communities, including those in the eastern Coachella Valley, is one step closer to becoming a reality.
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    Bill to Combat Arsenic in Drinking Water Makes it to the Senate

    May 29, 2015

    Ivan Valenzuela and Christian Mendez

    A proposed bill for combating arsenic-tainted water in rural California communities, including those in the eastern Coachella Valley, is one step closer to becoming a reality.
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    People’s State Of The City Brings Top Issues To Light

    May 28, 2015

    Michael Lozano

    Long Beach Rising organized the event which tackled the top issues affecting Long Beach, including poverty, jobs, housing, education, the environment, community safety, and immigrant rights. “The People’s State of the City is about the people. It’s about sharing what they feel about their community and what they think can make it better.
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    People’s State Of The City Brings Top Issues To Light

    May 28, 2015

    Michael Lozano

    Long Beach Rising organized the event which tackled the top issues affecting Long Beach, including poverty, jobs, housing, education, the environment, community safety, and immigrant rights. “The People’s State of the City is about the people. It’s about sharing what they feel about their community and what they think can make it better.
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    Green Prizes Fest Brings Sustainability to Underserved Communities

    Apr 30, 2015

    Adalhi Montes

    Over 2,000 people from across Long Beach attended the Green Prize Festival which rewarded the prestigious “Green Prize ” to individuals and organizations who have demonstrated environmentally-friendly actions.
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    Green Prizes Fest Brings Sustainability to Underserved Communities

    Apr 30, 2015

    Adalhi Montes

    Over 2,000 people from across Long Beach attended the Green Prize Festival which rewarded the prestigious “Green Prize ” to individuals and organizations who have demonstrated environmentally-friendly actions.
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  • sj river Environment

    The San Joaquin River: To Experience It is to Love It

    Jan 12, 2015

    Kyle Moua

    The San Joaquin River defines Fresno’s entire northern boundary, yet many Fresnans haven’t touched the crystal clear water, or even know where it is.
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    The San Joaquin River: To Experience It is to Love It

    Jan 12, 2015

    Kyle Moua

    The San Joaquin River defines Fresno’s entire northern boundary, yet many Fresnans haven’t touched the crystal clear water, or even know where it is.
    Continue to The Know Fresno