21. January 2011 00:23
Come springtime, many southern Californians turn their attention east towards the Anza Borrego Desert. The attraction is the annual wildflower blooms, that can instantly transform this unforgiving landscape into a flourishing garden.
Unfortunately this annual pilgrimage is in jeopardy as the Anza Borrego desert is under attack from a relentless invader, innocuously named Sahara Mustard.
Sahara Mustard is considered an invasive species and lately has been choking out many of the native wildflowers in the Borrego Valley and surrounding areas.
So you are probably asking yourself, "What can I do?". Well you can... [More]