By Patric Hedlund, TME
The evidence popped into bloom all around us in March and April, but Governor Edmund G. ‘Jerry’ Brown made it official with a proclamation on April 7.
Brown said California’s long drought emergency is over, for now, but conservation measures adopted throughout the state during this historic dry spell must…(please see below to view full stories and photographs)
Cattle along SR138 stand in chest-high meadows of wild flowers
Above: The Antelope Valley Poppy Reserve and the Carrizo Plain. Below: Tejon Ranch Conservancy wildflower superbloom.
Readers documented an amazing spring with a festival of photos, which we showcase throughout this Easter issue.
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