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Balch Park Pack Station, A Hidden Jewel

THERE ARE WOODS, and then there are backwoods; camping, and then backpacking; hiking, and then mountain climbing.

REEDLEY, CALIFORNIA

FAST FACTS: • Reedley is home to about 20,500 people and is known as the Fruit Basket of the World, as it leads the nation in shipping of fresh fruit. Top producers include stone fruit, nuts and vegetables.

The Burrowing Owl in Tulare County

“Summer birding” is a concept that does not excite most birders. Spring migration is over. Most chicks have fledged. The heat of the day keeps birds docile and concealed in shady hideaways.

Hands-on, Interactive Experiences at AgVentures! Learning Center

EACH YEAR as winter turns to spring, farmers, dignitaries and politicians from around the world descend upon little ol’ Tulare, California, for the World Ag Expo at the International Agri-Center.

Huntington Lake

June 2018

Like Family at Naylor Organic Farms

ABOUT FIVE MILES southwest of Dinuba and seven miles southeast of Kingsburg is a plot of land farmed by Mike Naylor, a fourth-generation farmer of this rich Central Valley soil.

THREE RIVERS, CALIFORNIA

FAST FACTS: • This small, creative village east of Visalia on Highway 198 is known as “The Gateway to Sequoia National Park.”

THREE RIVERS, CALIFORNIA

FAST FACTS: • This small, creative village east of Visalia on Highway 198 is known as “The Gateway to Sequoia National Park.”

Floating Down the St. John’s

THERE ARE SOME THINGS that are as American as apple pie, and others that are as Visalia as floating down the St. John’s River.

Fresno's Gizzly Fest Brings in Big Names

THE GRIZZLY FEST soon returns for its fifth year, and the local music festival has grown steadily – though this year proves to be a different kind of beast.
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