Dubin, Margaret; Tolley, Sara-Larus; Smith, Kathleen Rose
January 2005
News from Native California;Winter2004/2005, Vol. 18 Issue 2, p17
Describes the abundance of natural resources, plants and animals in the land of California. Ways of conserving and protecting the natural resources; Plants and animals that thrive in the country; Effect of industrial and agricultural development and diseases on the abundance of natural resources.


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