Over 3,000 local residents, 80 businesses, 20 local elected officials, and 33 organizations support the monument.
ForestWatch and other conservation groups around the country oppose the bill.
ForestWatch fundraising records were shattered at the 10th Annual Ojai WILD!
Volunteers spend morning cleaning up trash in Santa Paula Canyon.
ForestWatch launches savethecarrizo.org to encourage public comments.
ForestWatch joins chorus of groups concerned about the fate of the Carrizo Plain and other national monuments.
Two groups of volunteers help remove trash from Cherry Creek watershed in late April.
Groups seek safe passage for steelhead to reach historic spawning grounds in the Los Padres National Forest
ForestWatch is prepared to challenge any rollback of the Carrizo Plain National Monument.
Popular Ojai trail lacks a permanent public access easement at the end of Sisar Canyon Road.
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