Lila Higgins

Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County

Guest/KCRW Staff

Director of the community science program at the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County.

Lila Higgins on KCRW

Forest bathing and forest therapy are ways of immersing our senses in the atmosphere of the forest for relaxation and health and wellness benefits.

Calm your senses with forest therapy as quarantine ends

Forest bathing and forest therapy are ways of immersing our senses in the atmosphere of the forest for relaxation and health and wellness benefits.

from Greater LA

Pandemic or not, animals are going to find a way to get down and procreate.

How animals in the concrete jungle are dating in the wild

Pandemic or not, animals are going to find a way to get down and procreate.

from Greater LA

The holly, with its prickly green leaves and bright red berries, is often used as decoration this time of year.

Toyon: California’s indigenous plant is festive, beautiful and edible

The holly, with its prickly green leaves and bright red berries, is often used as decoration this time of year.

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