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  1. L.A. needs desert solar farms — but not everyone’s happy about it | Grist

    • Currently the city of Los Angeles gets about one-fifth of its electricity from renewable resources. By the end of the decade this will increase to one-third.
    • The Desert Sunlight Solar Farm, a 550-megawatt, 4,000-acre project being developed by First Solar and co-owned by NextEra Energy Resources and...


  2. Store Locations | Bristol Farms | Palm Desert

    • 1515 Westwood Blvd Los Angeles, CA 90024.
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  3. desert farms los angeles

    • Desert Farms’ Raw Camel Milk. Graphic: Large-scale 'solar farm' technology - Los Angeles Times. graphics.latimes.com.
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  4. Graphic: Large-scale 'solar farm' technology - Data Desk - Los Angeles Times

    • 8. Victorville 2 Hybrid Power 563 megawatts (513 MW natural gas, 50 MW solar) 9. Desert Sunlight Solar Farm 550 megawatts 10.
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  7. Farmers Market (Los Angeles) - Wikipedia

    The Farmers Market is an area of food stalls, sit-down eateries, prepared food vendors, and produce markets in Los Angeles, California. First opened in July 1934, it is also a historic Los Angeles landmark and it is a very big tourist attraction.


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  10. A desert oasis dries up - Curbed LA | Part Three: The Farmer

    • It was the mid 1950s, and Borrego Springs—a tiny unincorporated community located smack in the middle of the sprawling Anza-Borrego Desert—was poised to become California’s next great oasis. The town had already begun to make a name for itself as a thriving farming outpost; as Los Angeles’s...