Tuesday, October 24. 2006
There are two kinds of people in this world: people who help and people who don't. We would like to thank Rick Halsey from the California Chaparral Field Institute for giving us a great deal of help in our recent brush with the forces who profit from converting native chaparral habitat into highly flammable weed fields. I will be writing more about that soon, but for now, we'd like to thank Rick and welcome him as an editor on this site. This is a man who truly knows and loves the chaparral and is fighting to save it from oblivion.
We would also like to thank Kay Stewart, Carolyn Martus, and Carrie Schneider from the San Diego chapter of the California Native Plant Society who gave us much help and advice. These are tireless crusaders to preserve the native plants that support the incredible web of life that exists in Southern California.
If you care what happens to native habitat in southern California, I urge you to get into contact with these groups and give not just money but something much more valuable: your time.
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