Tag Archives: Chico
I came across this old edition of The Harvest, CSU Chico’s College of Agriculture Magazine, in my files a few weeks ago, so I thought I’d throw it on here. This issue from 2012 highlights the new additions to the Chico State Farm … Continue reading
Here is an article I recently published in the Chico News & Review on the unbelievable history of Chico’s Cold War missile base. http://www.newsreview.com/chico/house-of-titans/content?oid=13342974 You can see a longer, more in-depth version of the article here.
I am the director/communications specialist for a historical documentary about John Bidwell, one of California’s leading pioneers and founder of Chico, California. It’s long but here is an excerpt from a 10-page Cal Humanities Grant I wrote about a week … Continue reading
By Tyler Ash In a past not too long ago, bigotry and bordellos could be found on every street corner in the American West, and Northern California’s City of Chico was no exception. In fact, one house on the corner … Continue reading
This is a sample of my rephotography gallery and artist statement that appeared at Chico State in November of 2012.
Chico’s Cold War Titan I Missile Base By Tyler Ash You can see the shorter version that was published in the Chico News & Review here. Beneath the soil lies a forgotten house of Titans, a subterranean facility known only … Continue reading