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We have to be honest with you, the Desert Renewable Energy and Conservation Plan (DRECP) released by the Bureau of Land Management is not sexy. It's not a campaign that is really clear and easy to parse. Even for those of us who love to get into the weeds about...

We've been working hard to promote our efforts on the Central Coast. On November 10th, This American Land will air a segment that highlights the benefits of the Central Coast Heritage Protection Act. Check your local PBS station to see when it airs in your area. Below is a trailer...

A number of us were lucky enough to attend Senator Feinstein's latest public meeting on protecting the California desert. For years, we've worked closely with the Senator and her staff to build local support for expanding protections from her 1994 desert bill. While we were disappointed the legislative route has...

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We love to see our hard work combine with your efforts and pay off big. When you asked the US Forest in November to inventory many more acres as potential Wilderness, THEY LISTENED. The new plans released recently increased the percentage of potential Wilderness areas designated as such from 8% to...

California’s Central Coast includes some of the most diverse habitats and ecosystems found anywhere in North America. In 2015, Senator Barbara Boxer joined Representatives Capps, Brownley, and Farr to introduce the Central Coast Heritage Protection Act to add wilderness, wild and scenic rivers, and other protective and recreational designations in...

The Forest Service is seeking public comments in response to the evaluation of potential wilderness on National Forest lands in the eastern and southern Sierra Nevada. The evaluation is part of the plan revision process for the Inyo, Sequoia, and Sierra National Forests. The wilderness evaluation will determine the future...