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Heavy Rains! Collect it!

If you’ve noticed this season’s rainfall seems a bit heavy, you’re right. Meteorologists are saying this is Southern California’s worst storm in years, with us experiencing record-setting downpours and flooding. With these surprising storms and heavy rains, there is no better time to learn how to put that extra rainfall to good use. Cindy Berglund…

ENC invites local educators to learn, implement hands-on science education with two workshops

by Lola Olvera, ENC Communications Intern As ENC Naturalist Fiorella Gardella says, not all learning happens “behind a book.” At the ENC, most of it happens outdoors. On January 23, Citizen Science for Educators — Gardella’s brainchild and the ENC’s first-ever program of its kind–finally comes to fruition, bringing together teachers and soon-to-be teachers to learn about…

Wolves and Coyotes and Dogs, OH MY!

Skie Bender of Wolf Haven International will present “Wolves, Coyotes and Willdife!” on January 26, 2017 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm. The program takes a close look at the differences and similarities between wolf and coyote biology, behavior, social structure, historical and current ranges, and ecosystem roles. How do our domesticated dogs compare and contrast to these wild canids?…

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