On our way to Colombia, we have seen gardens with a lush tropical look even in New York City.
VOLCANOES NATIONAL PARK The recent appearance of water at the bottom of Halemaumau, a crater at the summit of Kilauea Volcano, has attracted wide attention and generated many questions.
Ray asks: I have noticed lots of new problems in my garden lately. I dont think I have made any maintenance changes, what could be going on?
A true Baja California experience requires sunny, breezy patios and a plate of tacos. We aimed to re-create the feel of a Baja-style fish taco in our home kitchen, instead bringing veggies to the forefront.
Intense and fierce storms bring heavy winds and rains and can knock out power for many people.
Perfectly grilled ahi (tuna) steaks should combine a hot, smoky, charred exterior with a cool, rare center.
We are on our way to coastal Colombia and for sure preparing ourselves for all the tropical diseases to which we may be exposed.
To celebrate the 60th anniversary of Hawaiian Admission Day this Aug. 16, you might want to add the bright white-flowering native ground cover iliee to your garden. If youd prefer a blue flowering plant to complement your gardens color scheme, you could consider the non-native blue plumbago shrub. Each of these plants in the Plumbaginaceae family have some similarly attractive features as well as distinct differences beyond the color of their flowers.
VOLCANOES NATIONAL PARK USGS Hawaiian Volcano Observatory (HVO) scientists usually base their research on observations, either visual or instrumental. Interpretations come from these observations, so they must be as good as possible. Incorrect observations can, and have, led to erroneous interpretations.
HONOLULU State hunting units A, K, and G, in the Mauna Kea Forest Reserve and Natural Area Reserve, closed since July 15, reopened late last week. The units were closed to protect public safety and provide security for the safe movement of heavy construction equipment associated with the Thirty Meter Telescope.
Wednesday, July 30, 1969 | Volume II, Issue XXX