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Walker Canyon Is Open Again After the Superbloom Became a Poppy-pocalypse

Lake Elsinore officials temporarily shut down the area after teeming crowds, bad behavior, and reports of injuries

Pieces of Southern California’s Wildfire-Ravaged Landscape Have Become Haunting Sculptures

Artist Darren Sarkin's charred-wood sculptures are meditations on rebirth
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California Is Entering an Era of Endless Wildfires

Fire season is nearly here again—but it isn't really a "season" anymore
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Sorry, Plant Ladies. Your Ferns and Philodendra Aren’t Purifying the Air

A UCLA environmental health expert clears the air on how to actually breathe easier indoors
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Three Years After the Aliso Canyon Gas Leak, People Are Still Reckoning with the Effects

Residents of the north San Fernando Valley continue to fight to see the SoCalGas facility shut down
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How California Has Paved the Way for the Green New Deal

The progressive proposal is ambitious, but California has been a leader in the field
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Can We Ever Bring Native Fish Back to the L.A. River?

Environmentalists are reluctantly hopeful that we'll see OG river dwellers once again