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We’re Transitioning to a new Ojai WILD event page!

We’re really excited to unveil a new web design that better matches the look and feel of Ojai WILD! However, you may be unable to connect to ojaiwild.org for the next 24 hours as our servers update. If so, please try http://ojaiwild.squarespace.com. Or return to the old page at lpfw.org/events/ojai-wild. Ticket sales will be unaffected […]

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WANTED: Donated Field Vehicle

With the retirement of Old Blue, we need your help in finding another who can live up to her legacy.

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LUSH Cosmetics Volunteers Clean Up Shooting Site

28 volunteers removed over 400 pounds of trash and debris from site.

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Forest in the Crosshairs

A recent report released by Los Padres ForestWatch identifies unregulated target shooting as one of the most serious threats to natural resources and public health and safety in the forest.

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LUSH Volunteers Remove Microtrash from Sespe Tributary

More than 1000 lbs removed.

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Saving Santa Paula Canyon with Boots on the Ground

Patagonia volunteers remove 150lbs of trash from Santa Paula Canyon.

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VICTORY! Agency Withdraws Controversial Proposal to Reduce Protections for Toads

Critically endangered arroyo toads in the Los Padres National Forest will remain fully protected.

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County, FWS Deliver Big Gift to Oil Industry

Ventura County Supervisors miss an opportunity to update World War II-era drilling permits to protect condors.

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Lawsuit Challenges Dangerous Oil Drilling in Santa Paula Canyon

Three conservation groups sued Ventura County to halt a plan to drill 19 new oil wells along the Santa Paula Canyon Trail.

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A Growing Problem

Fifteen volunteers, sweated through 97-degree heat Saturday to remove trash, irrigation hoses and chemicals from a marijuana grow site near Lake Casitas.

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