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Executive Director’s Report, Nov 2019
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By Chris Morrill, Executive Director I hope everyone had a good Thanksgiving and your meals and holiday didn’t devolve into a political fight with flying turkey legs and overturned mash…

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Three Bills Passed Natural Resources Committee Markup
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Another milestone was hit this week as CalWild’s three legislative bills passed a final legislative hurdle before a full house vote. The Northwest California Wilderness, Recreation, and Working Forests Act,…

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Cooper Canyon/Pacific Crest Trail
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If you would like to do a short section hike on the Pacific Crest National Scenic Trail (PCT) in the Angeles National Forest, this hike is for you. The best…

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Announcing our 2020 Top 5 Threats
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Each year CalWild takes a hard look at what is coming down the pike threatening California’s public lands. In the last two years, the Trump administration has become much more…

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CalWild Adopts Equity and Inclusion Statement
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For years it was taken for granted by most conservationists that public lands belong to all people. And that is true legally, but that has not always been the case…

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2019 Top 5 Threats Updates
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These five places were among the most threatened public lands in California for 2019 as identified by CalWild. Ranging from wild rivers to dry deserts, from the far northern mountain…

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Executive Director’s Report, Oct 2019
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By Chris Morrill, Executive Director This month, CalWild planned to hold a board meeting in the Los Angeles region. We do our best to represent the entire state, so we…

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Desert Renewable Energy Conservation Plan Update
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As you might recall, the Department of Interior published a Federal Register Notice in February 2018 that sought comments on its intent to amend the Desert Renewable Energy Conservation Plan,…

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Willow Creek Petroglyphs Hike
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In the high desert of northeast California, Willow Creek has carved a scenic canyon through lava rimrock. From its source near Eagle Lake, Willow Creek flows southeast past the community…

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