Category Archives: nature

Birds of Big Oak Canyon

On December 19, 2011, a group of Earthroots mentors noticed an owl kill site with evidence of two owls. There were feathers from an owl not often seen in our region, the Long Eared Owl. Nearby, a pellet from a Great … Continue reading

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Stories from the Kalahari Part 4: Fashion & Function

Part 1: Stories from the Kalahari Part 2: Language Part 3: Living Locally Part 5: Springhare for Breakfast I really like the outfits the women wear in the Kalahari. Reallylike them. I asked one of the women there 3 times if she … Continue reading

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8th Grader to install Rainwater Garden at School!

Earthroots is honored to be providing on campus ecological education at the Journey School in Aliso Viejo as one of their Green Partners. OC Register Article Aliso Viejo Patch Article CBS 2 News Clip 8th Grade Student, Cyriene Adams inspired … Continue reading

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