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West Cuesta Ridge “Shooters” Cleanup

Collaborative efforts in SLO County result in hundreds of pounds of microtrash removed.

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County Approves Oil Wells Along Popular Hiking Trail in Santa Paula Canyon

ForestWatch Files Appeal to Planning Commission, Citing Violations of State Law

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Draft Report Reveals Significant Environmental Impacts of Fracking in Ventura County’s Sespe Oil Field

State Identifies Significant & Unavoid- able Impacts to Wildlife, Water Quality, & Public Safety in Sespe Oil Field

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Company Proposes 19 New Wells in Santa Paula Canyon

Drilling Planned Next to Popular Hiking Trail Leading to Swimming Holes, Waterfalls, and the Sespe Wilderness

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Lawsuit Filed to Restore Public Access to Matilija Falls

Coalition of Trail Users Seek to Reopen a Popular Trail Used by the Public for More Than One Hundred Years

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Victory! Oil Company Cancels Plans to Drill Wells in Remote Canyon Near National Forest

ForestWatch Protects Condors and Forest From Runaway Oil Development

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Pot Grow Cleanup near Figueroa Mountain II

ForestWatch volunteers head out to the Figueroa Mountain Pot Grow site for a second time to remove leftover trash.

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Celebrating the End of an Era on the Carrizo Plain Ecological Reserve

For the first time in decades, commercial livestock grazing will not be allowed anywhere in the Carrizo Plain Ecological Reserve.

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Figueroa Mountain Cannabis Grow Site Cleanup

ForestWatch volunteers clean up Cannabis grow site near Figueroa Mountain

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Forest Service Issues Final Decision Rejecting New Wilderness in Los Padres National Forest

None of the viable 421,000 acres will be protected as wilderness

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