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The county's chief park ranger answers questions on wildfires, illegal camping Published: Sunday, Sep. Sacramento County park rangers have a sometimes thankless and dangerous job, patrolling more than 15,000 acres from wildlands to neighborhood parks.
Whether its the ocean you love, the rushing American River or the sparkling Yuba, youll have a chance Saturday to help keep the water free of debris. Saturday is the International Coastal Cleanup, an annual event that last year drew more than 500,
The first meeting will be held Tuesday concerning a plan by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers to build a seepage cutoff wall 3,300 feet long in the levee on the north bank of the American River, just east of the Natomas East Main Drainage Canal, near
Memorial Day weekend traditionally marks the beginning of the summer recreation season, drawing boaters and swimmers to Sacramento region waterways. With that in mind, public safety officials are urging people recreating in area rivers, lakes and
The Sacramento Valley Conservancy is expected to get the state's go-ahead this month to begin what could be a half-million-dollar upgrade of Camp Pollock, a rustic campground established by the Boy Scouts in 1923. The State Lands Commission agreed
More than 100 volunteers hiked around the trails and riverfront with garbage bags and litter pickers, picking up of cigarette butts, tents and even a couch. The effort targeted the stretch of the American River Parkway around Northgate Boulevard and
The American River Parkway Foundation is staging the cleanup on the stretch of land just east of the confluence of the American and Sacramento rivers. The cleanup occurs between Mile 1 and Mile 3 on the parkway. "It's been more challenging to control
American River Parkway Foundation receives $30K donation The American River Parkway Foundation has received a $30,000 donation from the running organization Sacramento Friends in Training (SacFit), the foundation announced Wednesday.
If you dare take issue with homeless advocates in Sacramento, the first rock hurled in your direction is a question meant as an accusation: "What's your solution to the homeless problem?" I never understood how preposterous the question was until a
The event, now in its 13th year, is sponsored by the California Department of Boating and Waterways, Radio Disney and UC Davis Children's Hospital. The life jacket trade-in gives parents the opportunity to have life jackets inspected by professionals.