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18 Must-See Public Gardens of San Diego

By Cory Peters   With its remarkable climate, San Diego is a garden lover’s paradise. The city and its surrounding area teem with must-see public gardens to give visitors a cornucopia of outdoor delights. Here are some of San Diego’s gardens, from A-Z, that should be on every visitor’s list. Note that many are in or near the city’s famous […]

WILD & EDIBLE

Wild & Edible: Sour Fig Ice Plant

**Our Wild & Edible series showcases different wild and edible plants in the San Diego region.  The purpose of this section is to educate the masses about our native plants and their uses.  We feel it is important to have this knowledge in case you are ever stuck in a sticky situation, such as being lost on a hike and […]

INFLUENCER

Influencer: Damiana Calvario

  This page is part a new section on my site titled “Influencers”, where I will begin telling the stories of historic figures of the past as well as present day people who are positively influencing our city.  Today I will talk about local herbalist Damiana Calvario.  Connecting with the earth should be a practice we all do regularly.  Beyond […]

LOST HISTORY

Charles Hatfield: The Rainmaker

Lost History It sounds like something straight out of a movie and in a sense it is: a man who could make it rain by mixing and burning various chemicals into the air.  His recipe was top-secret, only known by him and he took it to the grave.  This man was named Charles Hatfield and his story of being a […]

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