ForestWatch and Keep The Sespe Wild team up to remove mature tamarisk in Sespe watershed
Officials Release Final Environmental Impact Statement Outlining How 16 Pristine Roadless Areas Will Be Managed; None of Them Are Recommended for Permanent Wilderness Protection
LPFW volunteers clean up Tar Creek trailhead and Sespe tributary shooting area
ForestWatch Investigation Reveals Widespread Trash Contamination, Toxic Chemicals, and Other Hazards to Endangered California Condors in Ventura County’s Sespe Oil Field
Draft Regulations Released Today Will Govern the Controversial Oil Extraction Process in the Los Padres National Forest’s Sespe Oil Field
Clean-up in Condor Country
Controversial Oil Extraction Technique Recently Used on Six More Wells in the Sespe Oil Field
Historic Lookout Site Scoured for Microtrash
House Passes Bill to Open National Forests to Development, Waive Environmental Laws, and Reduce Public Input
Legislation would expand development throughout the Los Padres…
Litter Detrimental to Endangered California Condors Removed from Historic Lookout Site
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Ventura Members’ Gathering
Friday, November 8 2013
Join us at Patagonia’s Great Pacific Iron Works, 235 W Santa Clara St, Ventura on Friday November 8, 2013 from 6:30-8:30pm for a lively presentation about the history of oil drilling in the Los Padres, the current controversy surrounding hydraulic fracturing (“fracking”) on public lands, and how ForestWatch is leading efforts at the local level to halt runaway oil drilling and to promote clean energy. Tasty appetizers and beer and wine will be served. Don’t miss it!
This event is FREE to current ForestWatch Members. Not a member or need to renew? Visit LPFW.org/renew today! Space is limited, please RSVP to diane@LPFW.org or 805.617.4610 x2
Virtual Music Festival
Virtual Benefit Concert for Los Padres ForestWatch
Choose from numerous concerts between now and October featuring music from Phish, Dave Matthews Band, John Mayer, Atoms for Peace, and more! All proceeds from this benefit music festival go to Los Padres ForestWatch's ongoing work to protect the Los Padres National Forest along California's beautiful Central Coast. Visit the concert page , and thanks for your support!