Orange County, California, is known for its blue-eyed residents, and for being home to one of the most well-known blue-eyes in the world.
The town of Orange, in the Central Valley of California, has a population of about 8,000.
It’s home to the National Geographic Discovery Channel’s Blue Eye Project.
The Orange County Blue Eyes Project is a partnership between the Orange County Health Department and the Orange City Health Department, which have collaborated on Blue Eyes in the Orange county community.
The program was developed to educate Orange County residents about the importance of protecting their eyes.
The Blue Eyes project aims to educate people about the signs and symptoms of Acne and retinal detachment, and the importance to maintain good eye health.
This article was originally published by National Geographic Traveler.