Max

Max

Max Sequoia Humane Society Max is an adult male cattle dog and terrier mix. He has one stunning blue eye and he weighs about 40 pounds but could stand to lose some of his love-handles. He is a very smart dog who knows basic commands like sit, down, shake, speak, and roll over. He responds very well to training just show him a treat and you will have his full attention. He is a happy-go-lucky…

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Native Gardening

Native Gardening

Native Gardening You Can and You Should By Sarah Moore There are a lot of reasons to garden: for exercise, for fun, for food, for beauty. I honestly can’t think of a bad reason to get on your knees and dig in the dirt, but if you need another good one, here it is: save the planet. If that seems a little overdramatic, then consider that by some estimates about 90 percent of the wild…

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Opportunity Found

Opportunity Found

Opportunity Found   By Oriana Landt   Have you heard of Social Funding? It is known by other names too – crowd funding, peer to peer funding, micro patronage, etc. They are all based on the same concept and have subtle but important differences.   They all give the public the chance to start projects, businesses, programs that they feel they need or want! It is a chance for individuals to seek and find start-up…

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Your Next Home Project: The Strawberry Patch

Your Next Home Project: The Strawberry Patch

 Sarah Moore Garden Columnist   Strawberry Patch First-time gardeners are often leery of investing in strawberry plants when they see them at the farmers market or garden store. The plants, always so small, berryless, and insignificant, seem totally unworthy of their usual $2.99-or-so price tag. In fact, though, strawberries are one of the best deals out there: unlike carrots, which needs constant love and attention, or lettuce, which at the drop of a dime will…

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Mendocino Coast Botanical Gardens

Mendocino Coast Botanical Gardens

Mendocino Coast Botanical Gardens By Alex Martin  Mendocino Coast Botanical Gardens a sprawling 47 acre property in Mendocino County, between California’s Highway One and the Pacific Ocean. It includes canyons, wetlands, coastal bluffs, and a closed-cone pine forest. The Gardens founded in 1961 by Ernest and his wife Betty Schoefer. In the year 1992 the California Coastal Conservancy purchased the Gardens and transferred to the Mendocino Coast Recreation and Park District. Mendocino Coast Botanical Gardens…

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The Real Secret

The Real Secret

The Real Secret by Cristina Sandoval Psst! Have you heard…the secret? You know, the key to life? The secret that’s supposed to unlock everything you’ve ever dreamed of? It’s kind of a big deal. Sound too good to be true? Well, it probably is. The real question is…do you know anyone that actually believes this crap? Someone out there believes it, because if you haven’t heard, Rhonda Byrne is making it big with her New…

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Weekly Featured Pet

Weekly Featured Pet

Robin Sequoia Humane Society  Robin is an adult female medium-haired brown tabby. She was rescued over three years ago with Several other members of her kitty family and is now the only one still here ready for adoption. She can be a shy at first (and a little bit guarded), but we feel that with a bit of patience, a lot of treats and, a little bit of coaxing she will be a wonderful companion….

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Humboldt Soccer League

Humboldt Soccer League

HSL: The Beautiful Game in Arcata Written by: Eric Stallings Running full speed down the wing, calling for the cross as the keeper franticly scrambles from one post to the other. Heart racing like a mad stallion, but mind calm as the clearest lake on the clearest night. The ball approaches almost matching stride, as the one place the trembling keeper has no chance at reaching is chosen. The ball meets foot. A beautiful goal…

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