Robot that uses AI to pull weeds may reduce poisonous herbicide use by 70% for some crops.
Researchers find at least five wolves including adult female descendant of OR-7, first grey wolf identified in state in 90 years
California’s coastline is among the most diverse ecosystems on the planet and its protection the last 10 years through 124 separately designated areas has made the state a model and envy nationally and internationally.
Lake Tahoe – the iconic lake shared by California and Nevada – is the clearest it’s been in 40 years. The reason? Partly a comeback from the “natural clean-up crew” of the native zooplankton Daphnia and Bosmina
The snowpack contains enough water to fill downstream reservoirs ‘multiple times over’, which could mean a rapid runoff
California’s superbloom phenomenon is so big and bright this year it can be seen from space. NASA’s Landsat 9 satellite, which was launched in 2021 to capture images of Earth’s land surface, sent back images of bright purple and green blooms in Carrizo Plain National Park.
People have worked for a century to make California’s Tulare Basin into a food grower’s paradise. That pastoral landscape now looks more like the Pacific Ocean in many areas.
The west coast of the US, from Oregon to the mountains of California and the golf courses of Phoenix, has received nearly unprecedented levels of snowfall this week in what officials are calling a “once-in-a-generation” event.
Four types of plants and a bird species on the U.S. Navy-owned San Clemente Island off Southern California no longer require Endangered Species Act protection.
Two weeks of unrelenting rains in California have killed more people than have died directly from wildfires in the last two years — and the deluge is not over.
In a single week, the portions of California classified as experiencing extreme drought fell from 27.1% to 0.32%