Resolution could allow for federal lands to be sold to private interests.
Collaborative efforts in SLO County result in hundreds of pounds of microtrash removed.
ForestWatch Files Appeal to Planning Commission, Citing Violations of State Law
Draft Report Reveals Significant Environmental Impacts of Fracking in Ventura County’s Sespe Oil Field
State Identifies Significant & Unavoid- able Impacts to Wildlife, Water Quality, & Public Safety in Sespe Oil Field
Drilling Planned Next to Popular Hiking Trail Leading to Swimming Holes, Waterfalls, and the Sespe Wilderness
Coalition of Trail Users Seek to Reopen a Popular Trail Used by the Public for More Than One Hundred Years
ForestWatch Protects Condors and Forest From Runaway Oil Development
ForestWatch volunteers head out to the Figueroa Mountain Pot Grow site for a second time to remove leftover trash.
For the first time in decades, commercial livestock grazing will not be allowed anywhere in the Carrizo Plain Ecological Reserve.
ForestWatch volunteers clean up Cannabis grow site near Figueroa Mountain
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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.