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ForestWatch and Figueroa Mountain Brewing Volunteers Clean Up Red Rock

ForestWatch and Fig Mtn Brew teamed up to remove over 100 pounds from the Red Rock Pools.

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Over 130 Local Business Owners Sign Letter Supporting Carrizo Plain National Monument

Local businesses write letter to Secretary Zinke in support of the Carrizo Plain.

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ForestWatch Responds: A Better Way to Protect Communities from Wildfire

ForestWatch writes op-ed in response to local radio host’s inflamed rhetoric.

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ForestWatch and SLO Coastkeeper File Lawsuit to Restore Endangered Steelhead in Sisquoc River

Groups seek safe passage for steelhead to reach historic spawning grounds in the Los Padres National Forest

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VICTORY: Controversial Gaviota Fuel Break Canceled After ForestWatch Lawsuit

Forest Service cancels planned massive fuel break in remote area of Los Padres National Forest after our lawsuit.

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Volunteers Spend Morning in the Clouds Cleaning Up La Cumbre Peak

Volunteers helped clean up trash on and around La Cumbre Peak.

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Volunteers Remove Over 30 Tires Along Gibraltar Road

Volunteers removed two truckloads of trash and over 30 tires near Gibraltar Rock.

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Forest Service Scales Back Plan to Formalize Roads Near Figueroa Mtn.

Forest Service agrees to remove 7 miles of road from being authorized in new grazing allotment plan.

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Lawsuit Challenges Unnecessary Fuel Break that Threatens Rare Plant

Lawsuit filed to protect the Refugio manzanita from a massive, unnecessary fuel break planned by the Forest Service.

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52 Los Padres Recreation Sites Now Under Private, For-profit Management

Forest Service issues new concessionaire permit despite substantial public opposition.

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