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Juicing on the Mend

2017-01-27T11:46:00-08:00

Fifteen minutes before the farmers' market begins in downtown San Luis Obispo, passersby are already asking Julia Gomez for samples -- and she's not even finished setting up her booth. It shouldn't be a surprise, though: Her containers full of colorful juices,

Juicing on the Mend2017-01-27T11:46:00-08:00

When in Drought, There’s No Doubt: Succulents Conserve

2017-01-27T11:50:11-08:00

You've probably heard that the state lifted restrictions on water use in urban areas. Yet that doesn't mean Californians don't need to conserve water: Nearly 60 percent of the state remains in "severe drought," and certain parts of San Luis Obispo County

When in Drought, There’s No Doubt: Succulents Conserve2017-01-27T11:50:11-08:00

The Honey Journey: From Flowers to Bees to Your Cabinet

2017-02-03T14:12:48-08:00

If you think your job is hard, consider the queen bee's gig. A honey bee queen can produce up to 2,000 eggs per day. But when she gets old, her workers stage a coup, selecting her replacement and killing the queen.

The Honey Journey: From Flowers to Bees to Your Cabinet2017-02-03T14:12:48-08:00
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