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Study: Not Enough Bears in SLO County to Allow Hunt

Study finds only 101 black bears in SLO County, much lower than previous estimates.

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Ventura County Supervisors Vote to Move Forward with Wildlife Corridors

Process begins to designate wildlife corridors that link the Los Padres National Forest with other public lands.

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VICTORY: Oil Drilling and Fracking Plan Halted Indefinitely

Forest Service indefinitely halts plan to lease 52,000 acres of the Los Padres National Forest to the oil industry.

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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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Groups Challenge Los Padres Oil Drilling Plan

ForestWatch and others seek to halt expansion of oil drilling across 52,000 acres of forest land.

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Tar Creek Cleanup

Patagonia volunteers team up with ForestWatch to remove trash from border of Sespe Condor Sanctuary

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Cape Ivy Removal

LogicMonitor employees join forces with ForestWatch to remove invasive cape ivy from Mission Canyon.

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LUSH Cosmetics Volunteers Clean Up Shooting Site

28 volunteers removed over 400 pounds of trash and debris from site.

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Saving Santa Paula Canyon with Boots on the Ground

Patagonia volunteers remove 150lbs of trash from Santa Paula Canyon.

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