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Scrub oak trees flourish in Anza

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The California scrub oak, often taken for granted, is a native shrub that provides food, shelter and shade for people, animals and insects. Quercus berberidifolia...

Cahuilla earthquake swarm cause is revealed

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After many months of unusually frequent earthquake activity that left Anza Valley residents shaken, the mystery has been solved by geoscientists using new groundbreaking...

A year in review: 2020

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With the end of 2020, the Anza Valley Outlook presents an excerpt from the top story of each month from the past year. “Anza’s real-life...

New solar array to benefit low income AEC customers

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Grid Alternatives Inland Empire, a leader in making clean renewable energy and job training to low income communities, recently broke ground for a 1-megawatt...
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Sugar Bush blooms throughout the Anza Valley

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Sugar Bush is blooming all over the high country, decorating the chaparral and grasslands with its fresh white to pinkish flower clusters nestled in...

Tribe announces federal approval of reservation hemp program

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MOUNTAIN CENTER (CNS) - The Santa Rosa Band of Cahuilla Indians received authorization from the federal government to open reservation land near Mountain Center...

Scrub oak trees provide for many

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The California scrub oak provides food, shelter and shade for people, animals and insects. Quercus berberidifolia is the most common variety of scrub oak in...