Critically endangered arroyo toads in the Los Padres National Forest will remain fully protected.
Ventura County Supervisors miss an opportunity to update World War II-era drilling permits to protect condors.
Three conservation groups sued Ventura County to halt a plan to drill 19 new oil wells along the Santa Paula Canyon Trail.
Learn more about the results of our recent appeals
Bureau of Land Management failed to consider threats of fracking to air, water and wildlife
Oil industries are pushing to drill and we’re pushing back.
Unlawful entry punishable by $5,000 fine and/or six months of jail time.
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
ForestWatch Protects Condors and Forest From Runaway Oil Development
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Gibraltar Road CleanupSunday, Feb. 26 | 10 am - 1 pm
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