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Students map flora and fauna at Loyalton Learning Landscape
School's going to look different this year for Loyalton kids and their teachers.
Beaver deceivers installed and water flowing thanks to generous donations.
Linda Cayot shares "just how far humans will go to protect something" in the Galapagos.
Teacher Dave Valle on creating an ideal outdoor learning habitat
Biology students get creative on the land.
Quincy Elementary School Receives California Distinguished School Award
When Susan Payne answered the FRLT phone recently, she had no idea how special that call was...
Project conserves and restores land and culture
The Feather River Watershed is the largest watershed in the Sierra Nevada.
At 2.32 million acres, it is larger than Yellowstone National Park.