Insight With Beth Ruyak

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Wednesday, August 13, 2014 Permalink

Insight: U.S. Involvement In Iraq / California Hop Exchange / Science Cafe / Yolo Causeway Bats / Grazing Goats



  • Should The United States Be More Involved In Iraq

    A UC Davis professor talks about the current turmoil in Iraq.

  • California Hop Exchange Targets Hop Growers, Craft Brew Fans

    Growers are gearing up for California Hop Exchange's 2014 Pre-Harvest meeting.

  • Science Cafe: Big City Life: of Urban Flamingoes and Coral Reef Villages

    Learn about what's coming up for Science Cafe.

  • Yolo Causeway Bats Flourishing

    The Yolo Causeway is home to a thriving bat colony.

  • Goats: The Best Kind Of Lawn Mowers

    Annie Chernich

    In an urban setting you don’t expect to see a herd of goats grazing a couple lots over. As summer progresses, municipalities like Sacramento County are ditching lawn mowers and hiring goat herders to clear county-owned basins of overgrown brush.

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