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Salton Sea Project

 

 

Professor of Environmental Studies Tim Krantz talks about the ecological importance of the Salton Sea Integrated Water Management Project. The Salton Sea Database Program began in 1998 and is funded by a $4.7 million federal grant and provides support and outreach to stakeholders engaged in the restoration of California’s largest inland water body. Krantz's work on the Salton Sea is supported by The Redlands Institute, an interdisciplinary, collaborative research enterprise within the University.

 

 


Casavant Pipe Organ

The 83-year-old instrument was fully restored in 2003 and features 4,266 pipes.

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