CDFW undertakes county-wide census of the black bear population in San Luis Obispo County
Sixteen Inventoried Roadless Areas (IRAs) across the Los Padres National Forest were included in the Forest Service’s recently-released draft Supplemental Environmental Impact Statement …
A coalition of forest users, local business leaders, elected officials, scientists, and other stakeholders are working together to ask the Forest Service to reconsider its “no-new-wilderness” policy …
ForestWatch launches effort to restore public access to the Los Padres National Forest in SLO County’s Huasna Valley…
The U.S. Supreme Court denies industry challenge to 2001 Roadless Rule, leaving intact protections for 600,000 acres of the Los Padres National Forest…
Dept. of Fish & Game withdraws plans for the first-ever black bear hunting season.
Fish & Game indefinitely delays proposal to allow first-ever bear hunting season in SLO County.
The state proposal is riddled with errors; ForestWatch submits detailed legal & scientific comments.
Fish & Game Dept. will revisit proposal to allow bear hunting in SLO County.
Bears get a reprieve as Commission decides to postpone vote in response to public concern.
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