Journey into the skin of the earth to discover the
amazing world of soils in “Dig It! The Secrets of Soil.”
Developed by the Soil
Science Society of America and designed by the
Smithsonian’s National Museum of Natural History, this traveling
exhibit explores soils and the cultures that connect us to them
through interactive displays including cartoons, movies, art and
Learn how soils sustain our world and why without them life as we
know it would not exist. Open May 1, 2014 through March 29, 2015
— only at The California Museum.
An exhibit of large format, black and white photography by
landscape photographer Geoff Fricker, “Sacrament: Homage to a
River” is a document of the natural and cultural forces
influencing the river running through the region.
Images, which capture the river’s powerful and often ephemeral
nature, explore the watershed’s importance in California’s
economy and environment and reveal how all Californians, from
farmers and ecologists to fishermen and household consumers, have
a vested interest in the watershed’s future.