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Your Garden . . . with Kate Russell: Keys to growing healthy soil in MH


Take a Hike . . . with Mike Monroe: Swap ghostly stories while hiking through the redwoods at Mt. Madonna


Editorial: Drought may be over, but conservation is now a way of life


Guest column by Steve Tate: Clean energy now a way of life for Morgan Hill residents


Community Voices by John Varela: Fighting floods begins in the summer with local stream maintenance


Your Garden . . . with Kate Russell: Transplanting seedlings is often a rite of spring for Gilroy gardeners


Education: More than 50,000 took part in March for Science to save America's future


Editorial: Three new downtown parks will add to our quality of life


Community Voices by Jerry McNerney: The March for Science aimed to save America's economic future


Community Voices . . . with Daniel Harney: Silicon Valley nonprofit seeks to make clean energy available to all residents


Mt. Madonna students learn to care for the planet's environment


The Bigger Picture . . . with Marty Cheek: Earth Day is good time to consider 10 billion people on planet by 2050


Take a Hike . . . with Mike Monroe: Check out Coyote Creek Visitor Center and hike the trail on Earth Day


Your Garden . . . with Kate Russell: Planting a rain garden can help prevent loss of topsoil, increase biodiversity


Residents question water district officials who explain dam rebuild process


Take a Hike . . . with Mike Monroe: Follow Anza's footsteps and learn the 'Myths and Legends of the Coyote'


Come celebrate California Wildlife Day at Henry W. Coe State Park


Life in San Martin . . . with Trina Hineser: SMNA will host 'History of San Martin' talk to share pride of community


Ohlone remains discovered at housing development in northeast Morgan Hill


Clean energy will be available to local residents through PG&E


Take a Hike . . . with Mike Monroe: Hike along Coyote Creek and learn about where our water comes from


Starting the year with a county park hike to appreciate natural wonders


Wildlife Education and Rehabilitation Center . . . with Joy Joyner: Winter is great time of year to observe amphibians on local hiking trails


John Varela: Water District maintains 142 miles of pipelines to ensure water gets to local taps


Editorial: Winter is excellent time to visit Henry W. Coe State Park


Your Garden ... with Kate Russell: Now is the time to prune your trees, but learn before picking up shears


Take a Hike . . . with Mike Monroe: Generosity extended by someone we barely know may mark holiday memories


Guest column by Tina Peterson: Henry Coe Park volunteers are dedicated, happy


Take a Hike ... with Mike Monroe: Forget Black Friday, check out the local wild turkeys and turkey vultures


Guest column by Daniel Xu: Nonprofit is on the ground helping communities


Wildlife Eduction & Rehabilitation Center ... with Joy Joyner: Keeping bird feeders, baths clean helps migrating birds stay healthy


Your Garden . . . with Kate Russell: Find the good bugs, plants and habitats that can help control pests


Main story: MH couple volunteered to evacuate animals during Loma Fire


Recology bringing 18 compressed natural gas trucks to South Valley region


Main story: MH, Gilroy residents will have a chance to frame future growth


Your Garden . . . with Cayce Hill: Plant your garlic now and it will be ready to harvest by next summer


Your Garden . . . with Cayce Hill: Set it and forget it: Fall is time to plant bulbs for year-round beauty


Community Voices by Joy Joyner: There are times when good intentions for wild animals need to be set aside


The Bigger Picture . . . with Marty Cheek: Might an earthquake warning system come about from one man's research?


More than 9 out of 10 pets at San Martin's animal shelter have positive outcomes


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