Monday, February 11, 2013

From the Los Angeles Times: Working to preserve a patch of Japanese history

The south side of the Furuta family barn, with nopales (Prickly Pear cactus) planted in the field that once held goldfish ponds.  The nopales were planted by Rainbow Environmental Services staff in 2012. (Photo, February 11, 2013)

   Today's Los Angeles Times published a front-page feature on Historic Wintersburg at,0,1610762.story

   Thank you to Los Angeles Times reporter Rick Rojas for sharing our story!

Historic Wintersburg Preservation Task Force on Facebook,

City of Huntington Beach web page

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