Central Valley California

California residents will remember the years spent in what seemed, at the time, to be a perpetual drought. Entire forests were dry and withered, contributing to severe wildfires in theREAD MORE

California’s Central Valley has always held a special place in the state’s ecological system. Covering about 20,000 square miles, the region is flanked on every side by mountain ranges includingREAD MORE

In 1884, Scientific American wrote of the “utter absorption” of Tulare Lake in the southern Central Valley, CA. Once the largest freshwater lake west of the Mississippi, Tulare Lake wasREAD MORE

The California bullet train project, which will take passengers from Los Angeles to San Francisco, is now facing cost increases and delays in construction. The 218-mile rail system, proposed byREAD MORE

Whether you’re visiting the Central Valley of California for vacation or looking for something fun to do on a day trip, one of the more unique places to visit areREAD MORE

Sun-drenched beaches, golden hills, beautiful weather, and a diverse landscape –  all things that residents and visitors love about California. However, California is also home to some beautiful and uniqueREAD MORE

What’s so special about California’s Central Valley? It’s home to about 2 million acres of the world’s most productive farmland. It’s uniquely centered between three spectacular national parks – Sequoia,READ MORE

There are a lot of advantages to living in California’s Central Valley, including its close proximity to natural attractions like Yosemite, King’s Canyon, and Sequoia National Park. The Valley isREAD MORE

People consider making a move to California for a variety of reasons – its diverse landscape and population, the fact that you can enjoy good weather all year round, theREAD MORE

Is the Central Valley in a drought? The answer is that the entire state of California is in a drought, but the drought conditions in the Central Valley continue toREAD MORE