The Humboldt Bay Wallflower (Erysimum menziesii) is a federally listed endangered species, and it is endemic to northern California coastal dunes. In fact, the subspecies eurekense is restricted to Humboldt County and can only be found between the mouth of the Mad River and the tip of the Samoa Peninsula. That’s only 12 miles!! Like most Humboldt County residents, the Humboldt Bay Wallflower isn’t able to survive anywhere else but here.
Archive for February, 2011
Deadly sneaker waves and hazardous surf…
Wooden surfboards are far stronger than regular foam boards, but dings do happen every once in a while. To repair a hollow surfboard, as you would expect, requires a different process than typical ding repair. Read on to learn how.