The Total Solar Eclipse of 2017 aka "Great American Eclipse" was the most talked about natural phenomena of the year and hasn't occurred in over 100 years. For several hours the Sun cast it's light on the Earth's northern American Continent while the Moon uniquely positioned itself directly in between producing a 'Totality Eclipse' that was seen in a band stretching from Seattle to Charlottesville. If you weren't directly under the band you may have viewed a partial eclipse as was seen here in Ventura, California.
It's that time of week to show off some awesome time-lapse footage of Two Trees Ventura! This is from the planting that happened on Earth Day on April 22nd, 2017.
We start off in the hillsides and make our way through the bustling city, up to the local Sespe River and Pine Mountain backcountry for a spectacular moon rise. Then on our way to Big Bear for some hiking! Then we finish off back in Ventura to plant that tree!
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Below you will see our freshest content drop, and some special images we are excited to share from the New Tree being planted at Two Trees in Ventura, CA.