Feb 152014
 
'Serpentine soil' is a pretty special habitat

FROM THE NEWS-LEDGER — JAN 29, 2014 – By Mary K. Hanson Tuleyome Association “Serpentine Soil”: when talking about the various habitats under consideration for a National Conservation Area designation in the Berryessa Snow Mountain region, that term comes up a lot.  For most people, though, it’s rather meaningless. Most of us, after all, aren’t [...]

Jun 112013
 
Make your garden friendly to honey bees, as well as native bee species

FROM THE NEWS-LEDGER — JUNE 5, 2013 – By Mary K. Hanson Tuleyome Association Most likely you recognize the European honey bees when you see them, but did you know that California also boasts over 1600 species of native bees?  There are actually over 300 species just in Yolo County alone, and like honey bees, [...]

Nov 012011
 

  NEWS-LEDGER — OCT 26, 2011 The Yolo County chapter of Habitat for Humanity plans an Indian dinner and silent auction fundraiser at 6 p.m. on Sat., Nov. 12, at St. James Catholic Church, 1275 B Street in Davis. The event will support home renovation projects in the Bryte and Broderick neighbhorhoods of West Sacramento. [...]