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ForestWatch Urges State Officials to Protect Forest from Fracking

Officials Accept Public Input on the Controversial Oil Extraction Process

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Forest Service Issues Draft Decision Against any New Wilderness in Los Padres National Forest

Decision Rejects Wilderness Protection for 16 Pristine Roadless Areas, Leaving Them Vulnerable to Development

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Lizard’s Mouth Clean-up

ForestWatch volunteers clean-up popular climbing area in Santa Ynez Mountains

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Thank You! Our Top Accomplishments for 2013

ForestWatch counts down our top accomplishments for 2013!

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Taking out the Trash

LPFW, Patagonia, and community volunteers assemble to clean up abandoned marijuana grow site

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Repeat Offender Landowner Under Investigation for Damaging Sespe Creek

Multiple Agencies Respond to Citizen Complaints About Unpermitted Bulldozing, Road Construction, and Vegetation Removal in Critical Habitat for Endangered Steelhead

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Tamarisk Removal Project

ForestWatch and Keep The Sespe Wild team up to remove mature tamarisk in Sespe watershed

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Forest Service Finalizes Policy Against New Wilderness in Los Padres National Forest

Officials Release Final Environmental Impact Statement Outlining How 16 Pristine Roadless Areas Will Be Managed; None of Them Are Recommended for Permanent Wilderness Protection

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November Clean-up Success

LPFW volunteers clean up Tar Creek trailhead and Sespe tributary shooting area

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Report: Oil Industry Trashing Public Lands and Endangering Wildlife in Los Padres National Forest

ForestWatch Investigation Reveals Widespread Trash Contamination, Toxic Chemicals, and Other Hazards to Endangered California Condors in Ventura County’s Sespe Oil Field

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