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Californias Temblor Range in Bloom

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  • Spring 2021
  • U.S. Public Opinion on the Pandemic
  • The Pandemic and the Arts in Philadelphia
  • A Time for Renewal
  • Californias Temblor Range in Bloom
  • Noteworthy
  • Online Harassment
  • A Boost for Public Safety
  • Vaccines and Misinformation
  • Antarctic Penguins Compete for Krill
  • U.S. Senate Has Fewest Split Delegations
  • States' Unemployment Systems
  • Employers Embrace Auto-IRAs
  • A Vision for Lasting Philanthropy
  • The Next Election Emergency
  • Return on Investment
  • Two Different Fonts of Information
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Californias Temblor Range in Bloom
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Blue tansy and golden wildflowers blanket the Temblor Range in Carrizo Plain National Monument during a “super bloom” in 2017 when a long drought followed by a wet winter coaxed an abundance of wildflowers to blossom. Crowds flock to remote central California to see flower-covered hills so vibrant that they appear in satellite images. Communities and members of California’s congressional delegation have worked for more than a decade to protect more than 1 million acres of public space in the state, including the Carrizo Plain, to ensure a healthy ecosystem for visitors. For nearly three decades, Pew has supported land and river conservation throughout the American West that will safeguard the landscape for future generations.

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A Huge Boost for National Parks

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