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Unofficial Report Suggests Carrizo Plain National Monument Will Not Be Reduced or Eliminated

Carrizo Plain may be safe from boundary reduction, but monument management plan changes could still occur.

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ForestWatch and Figueroa Mountain Brewing Volunteers Clean Up Red Rock

ForestWatch and Fig Mtn Brew teamed up to remove over 100 pounds from the Red Rock Pools.

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Santa Paula Canyon Drilling: Upcoming Court Date and Hearing

ForestWatch and partners to make oral arguments in lawsuit against new drilling.

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Volunteers Clean Up Microtrash in Upper Sespe Watershed

ForestWatch volunteers remove over 250 pounds of microtrash from the Upper Sespe watershed.

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Fate of the Carrizo Plain Still Unknown

Interior Secretary Zinke refuses today to publicly release his recommendation for iconic California landscape.

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Over 130 Local Business Owners Sign Letter Supporting Carrizo Plain National Monument

Local businesses write letter to Secretary Zinke in support of the Carrizo Plain.

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ForestWatch Responds: A Better Way to Protect Communities from Wildfire

ForestWatch writes op-ed in response to local radio host’s inflamed rhetoric.

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New Landowner in Matilija Canyon Causes Trail Access Concern (Updated)

To address concerns, the landowner assures us that public access will remain open.

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Carrizo Plain National Monument Supported by Thousands Along Central Coast

Over 3,000 local residents, 80 businesses, 20 local elected officials, and 33 organizations support the monument.

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Congress Advances Legislation Attacking National Forest Protections

ForestWatch and other conservation groups around the country oppose the bill.

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