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boZannical Press: My Latest Pac Hort Article!

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The latest issue of Pacific Horticulture magazine has hit the stands (and the Interwebs) at last. I’ve been giving preludes to my article in recent posts, and here at last is the actual published version. I was thinking, since it was a … Continue reading

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Urban Hike: POPOS Exploration #1

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You’ll recall back in December I posted that I would be exploring San Francisco POPOS (Privately Owned Public Open Spaces), both for my own Urban Hike series and in connection with a piece I’m doing for Pacific Horticulture. My bit will be in the … Continue reading

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Urban Nature: Exploring POPOS

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Living in an urban environment usually means coping with dense populations, cramped quarters, and tall buildings. Often, the premium on space means our own homes are small. Heck, here in SF, they are even considering allowing 220 square foot single … Continue reading

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boZannical Press: Pacific Horticulture Article

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Well, at long last it came! As I wrote about last May, an essay I wrote about my experiences in the Gardens of Alcatraz landed a place in the Fall issue of Pacific Horticulture magazine. A few months and a … Continue reading

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A Personalized Tour of Alcatraz

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Last week I had the great pleasure of meeting the new editor of Pacific Horticulture magazine, Lorene Edwards Forkner, here in San Francisco. She took the helm as editor of the quarterly magazine beginning with the most recent edition in … Continue reading

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boZannical Press: Four Years on the Rock

Recently I had a fantastic opportunity – an opportunity to submit a piece of writing to an essay contest. The essay topic was open to CCSF students, and was intentionally broad – “Natural California” – to encourage a variety of … Continue reading

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