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California State University of Bakersfield (CSUB) is home to the endangered kit fox species and the San Joaquin Kit Fox Society.
California State University of Bakersfield (CSUB) and the Native & Indigenous Student Coalition planned events for this year’s National Week of Action to spread awareness regarding the Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women (MMIW), which often includes young girls and two-spirit individuals.
For the first time in Bakersfield’s history, Virtual Enterprise has put the region on the map for being the best in the nation and winning the top three spots.
Bakersfield Recreation & Parks and Public Works departments awarded 1.5 million dollars for renovations
California Natural Resources Agency awarded the City of Bakersfield Recreation & Parks and Public Works departments 1.5 million dollars for a proposed project to renovate the city-owned green space on the corner of E.
The California State University of Bakersfield (CSUB) teamed up with the Kern River Parkway Foundation, the city of Bakersfield Recreation and Parks Department, and several other organizations for the last day of their Sustainability Symposium.
Bakersfield College (BC) held its second annual Consent Fair which brought in over a hundred people and a handful of educational booths.
‘It can be peaceful and full of love, there doesn’t have to be any judgment’ Local Artist connects the community through music
Crimson Skye, a local singer-songwriter, just performed recently for an NPR submission on Youtube for the single “Fire,” with band members Jordan Belardes playing the electric violin and Adrian Diaz on drums.
On March 17 — exactly a month since the first day of the hunger strikes — constituents of Kevin McCarthy, Speaker of the House and Congressman of the 20th District, hosted a peaceful protest in front of his offices and at Yokuts Park in Bakersfield against government benefits and social security being lowered.
Wind Wolves Preserve hosting its 8th annual Spring Nature Festival this weekend, March 18-19th at 10 a.m.
Every day throughout the third week of March there will be Community Economic Resilience Fund (CERF) meetings hosted by the Kern Coalition — these meetings encourage and facilitate community engagement around planning projects and budgets for quality jobs.