Will Conservation Really Work in Santa Cruz? [SantaCruz.com]

By Jacob Pierce

“The walk to the San Lorenzo River from David Shaw’s backyard is surrounded by banana, avocado and bamboo trees that have all turned yellow from frost damage after one of the driest, coldest fall seasons the county has ever seen.

“’We’re having uncertainty with our weather—which can be normal,’ Shaw says as he unlocks a gate that leads from his Santa Cruz house on Ocean Street Extension to the river. ‘But certainly there’s a lot of signs we’re having global climate weirding going on.'” […]

Read the full article on the SantaCruz.com website.

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