Join us as we reflect upon some of our biggest accomplishments of 2017 and build our momentum into the New Year.
Groups seek safe passage for steelhead to reach historic spawning grounds in the Los Padres National Forest
Critically endangered arroyo toads in the Los Padres National Forest will remain fully protected.
Three conservation groups sued Ventura County to halt a plan to drill 19 new oil wells along the Santa Paula Canyon Trail.
San Clemente Dam, a 106 foot tall dam on the Carmel River in Monterey County, is scheduled to be fully removed by the end of this year.
Legislation Announced to Benefit Wilderness, Watersheds, and Recreation in the Los Padres and Carrizo Plain
Nearly 250,000 acres of wilderness could be added.
Drilling Planned Next to Popular Hiking Trail Leading to Swimming Holes, Waterfalls, and the Sespe Wilderness
Forest Service removes long defunct dam in Lion Creek.
ForestWatch Praises Bill to Protect More Than 300,000 Acres of Public Land and 158 Miles of Wild & Scenic Rivers Along California’s Central Coast
Largest-ever Dam Removal Project in California Underway …
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