ForestWatch Protects Condors and Forest From Runaway Oil Development
Appeal seeks protection for endangered California Condors near Lake Piru
Los Padres ForestWatch submits request to help protect threatened butterfly
Appeal Seeks Protection for Endangered California Condors and Hopper Creek
ForestWatch and CFROG file joint appeal challenging the approval of two oil and gas test wells
Volunteers brave the heat to clean up popular swimming spot on the Santa Ynez River
ForestWatch volunteers clean-up Alamo Mountain shooting area
Tamarisk eradication along the Sespe
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
Service at 8,000 Feet
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Central Coast Heritage Protection Act Celebration
Tuesday, May 26th 2015 from 7:30 PM to 9:00 PM
Deckers Brands Showcase---
6601 Hollister Ave
Goleta, CA 93117
Come join us in celebrating the introduction of the Central Coast Heritage Protection Act (HR 1865)!
Representative Lois Capps will be speaking about her recently introduced legislation that will protect 245,500 acres of wilderness in the Los Padres National Forest and Carrizo Plain National Monument, create two scenic areas encompassing 34,500 acres, safeguard 159 miles of wild &scenic rivers—and establish the Condor National Recreation Trail, a 400 mile thru-hiking route in the Los Padres National Forest.
The evening will also feature a special pre-screening of a new episode of the PBS program “This American Land” highlighting the efforts of local businesses, ranchers, and the Central Coast Wild Heritage Coalition to protect these invaluable resources in the Los Padres National Forest and Carrizo Plain National Monument.