In Northern California, the constant erosion of the coast has left the shoreline densely dotted with beautifully carved sea stacks.
In the 1950s enterprising Californians heated water in discarded wooden vats from local vineyards and private, redwood hot tubs were born.
In the year 2018, the oldest living thing on Earth, a Bristlecone Pine tree nicknamed Methuselah, had its 4,850th birthday.
Originally built from old plane propellers, wind machines bring warmer air down to ground level and decrease the chance of crop loss.
California’s agricultural islands continue to be some of the state’s most fertile lands, contributing billions of dollars to the state’s economy.
San Francisco sourdough bread, with its crisp golden crust and light tangy insides, is America’s most famous sourdough. Move the dough, change the bread.