This eucalyptus tree at the Recreation Center is dead and will be removed.

Disappearing Trees in L.A. County Caused by Mansionization

The remodeling of single-family homes, including the controversial practice known as mansionization, has resulted in the
Julie Edelson Schleichkorn and Francesca Guagliano.
Photo: Lesly Hall Photography

Palisadian-Influenced Love2Organize Is Here to Help

By Laurie Rosenthal Staff Writer When Julie Edelson Schleichkorn and Francesca Guagliano met three years ago at a local

Frank McDonough to Speak on Water-Saving Strategies with Pacific Palisades Garden Club

The Pacific Palisades Garden Club will meet at 7:30 on Monday, June 5 at the Pacific Palisades Woman’s Club, 901 Haver
Emil Chang and Natalie Queally (right) from the NASA Earth Observations DEVELOP program join Santa Monica Mountains Biologist Rose Dagit at Trippett Ranch in Topanga. Photo: Nina Trusso

Beetle Could Destroy Many California Tree Species

By Laurel Busby Staff Writer The native box alders in Southern California are already gone, and if a tiny beetle isn’t
The magnificent wrought-iron-and-glass skylight over the curved staircase was imported from France.
Photo: Douglas Hill Photography

Cravens Estate in Pasadena Put on Market by Palisadian Realtor

By Bill Bruns Palisades News Adviser  The historic John S. Cravens Estate, a Cultural Heritage Landmark in Pasadena
A variety of plants provides a healthy ecosystem for insects.
Photo: Wendy Price Anderson

Pacific Palisades Garden Club Began during WWII

(Editor’s note: The Pacific Palisades Garden Club’s history was chronicled in the Palisadian-Post on January 13, 197

British Gardens To Be Featured At Pacific Palisades Garden Club Meeting

Members of the Pacific Palisades Garden Club invite you to join them at 7:30 p.m. on Monday, Nov. 7, when club member Do
Acadia National Park— A Bounty Of Bird, Animal and Marine Life

Acadia National Park— A Bounty Of Bird, Animal and Marine Life

By Libby Motika Palisades News Contributor All I could see from where I stood Was three long mountains and a wood. I tur
This was the median before the students (left to right) Aileen Figueroa, Sangeet Dhandwar, Maggie Thompson, Esther Galvez, and
Sean Barnett did soil preparation and planting.
Photo: Steve Engelmann

PaliHi Students Replant Bowdoin Median

By Sue Pascoe Editor For decades, people have driven past the median that separates the four lanes of Bowdoin in front o