A devoted FFA member from Tomales lovingly tends her sheep at the Sonoma County Fair. Youngsters take up residence with their animals all through the fair.
A Friday afternoon at Farmer’s Market. Fresh veggies, artisan food, good music – don’t you love summer.
Since a campaign to reopen Palm Drive Hospital in Sebastopol started these signs are appearing all over the West County.
Annie Murphy Springer was giving watercolor lessons outside the Artists Co-op in Bodega on a sunny Saturday.
Snowy Egrets serenely gaze over the holiday crowds at Bodega Bay. Photo by Andrea Granahan
In the interests of rodent control and photographic opportunities, Don and Janell Munsch decided to set up raptor posts on their property in east Sebastopol. They hadn’t even finished the job when two raptors showed their appreciation.
Energetic dancers at El Molino High School.
New ladder gives endangered Coho Salmon a boost up to spawning ground in Purrington Creek near Graton.
Ella Griffith, right, and Kayla Holdren perform their dance routine during auditions for the spring show at El Molino High School in Forestville.
Water Woman, complete with a super hero outfit made a water conservation presentation at St. Stephen’s Church in Sebastopol with Pat Lachman on Feb. 19. Paula has written a children’s book “Saving Walter!” that is especially useful during this drought.