October 7, 2019

Ukiah Symphony New Director

Joseph Nemeth, composer and Ukiah Symphony board member has been culling through the non-profit organization’s storage unit. He finds programs from 1979, when the Symphony was founded by conductor and pianist Carolyn Hawley, a gifted […]
October 7, 2019

Wild Succulents.

A succulent is a plant that survives periods of drought by storing water in its leaves, stems or roots or a combination of the three. It is a biological mechanism that has evolved over millennia to accommodate changing climate, geologic and geophysical conditions.
October 7, 2019

Artist Profile: Barbara Bonardi

“A person’s life purpose is anything they want it to be. Your choice should make you happy, fulfilled, and satisfied, and if it doesn’t then you get to try again. You could have one life purpose — or you could have many!”
October 5, 2019

CBD: Marijuana Without The “High”

CBD is touted as a cure-all for just about everything. Let’s take a look at what we know, and why purchasing CBD products from licensed dispensaries is important.
May 7, 2019

Albion River Bridge 75th anniversary!

For centuries, timber trestle bridges served communities all over the world, the US and even right here in the early days of California. Until the early 20th century, these mostly railroad bridges transported logs and
April 28, 2019
A World of Rhododendrons

A World of Rhododendrons

There are more than 1,000 species of Rhododendrons found in the world, plus thousands of cultivated varieties. Rhododendrons fill the towns and forests on the Mendocino Coast with color from January to June. At Mendocino Coast Botanical Gardens you can find exotic and rare species as well as cultivars of many sizes, shapes, and hues along winding forested trails.