Bill would allow president to reduce Carrizo Plain National Monument by up to 85,000 acres.
Carrizo Plain may be safe from boundary reduction, but monument management plan changes could still occur.
Interior Secretary Zinke refuses today to publicly release his recommendation for iconic California landscape.
Local businesses write letter to Secretary Zinke in support of the Carrizo Plain.
Over 3,000 local residents, 80 businesses, 20 local elected officials, and 33 organizations support the monument.
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.
ForestWatch is prepared to challenge any rollback of the Carrizo Plain National Monument.
Legislation Announced to Benefit Wilderness, Watersheds, and Recreation in the Los Padres and Carrizo Plain
Nearly 250,000 acres of wilderness could be added.
For the first time in decades, commercial livestock grazing will not be allowed anywhere in the Carrizo Plain Ecological Reserve.
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