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SB 307 signed into law – effectively ending the ill-planned Cadiz water project
SB 307 signed into law – effectively ending the ill-planned Cadiz water project 1024 682 California Wilderness Coalition

Good news – actually great news!  Governor Gavin Newsom signed SB 307 on July 31st. The bill prohibits removal of water from a groundwater basin (i.e., aquifer) underlying desert lands…

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Update on CalWild’s border wall case
Update on CalWild’s border wall case 1024 663 California Wilderness Coalition

There has been a lot happening related to the border wall and CalWild’s litigation to stop it. There are numerous cases against President Trump’s emergency declaration and the misallocation of…

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Reaffirmation of Conservation as a Bipartisan Issue
Reaffirmation of Conservation as a Bipartisan Issue 1024 224 California Wilderness Coalition

On March 12, 2019, the President signed into law the John D. Dingell, Jr. Conservation, Management, and Recreation Act. Senator Lisa Murkowski of Alaska introduced this bi-partisan public lands package…

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Meet California’s Newest Protected Wild Places
Meet California’s Newest Protected Wild Places 1024 336 California Wilderness Coalition

Summary of Areas/Rivers Protected By The John D. Dingell Jr. Conservation, Management, and Recreation Act of 2019 Approved by Congress in February and signed by President Trump on March 12,…

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A Great Victory- a Decade in the Making
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PRESIDENT SIGNS BILL TO PROTECT CALIFORNIA’S SPECTACULAR DESERT HERITAGE FOR FUTURE GENERATIONS Bill designates important wilderness and waters in the California desert and protect lands for recreation, wildlife, and tourism…

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A Surprisingly Good Time in DC
A Surprisingly Good Time in DC 1024 768 California Wilderness Coalition

by Ryan Henson, Senior Policy Director This month marked my first trip to DC to meet with the members of the 116th Congress (2019-2020). November’s election brought about a lot…

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Some Deep (Creek) Reflections
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by Steve Evans, Wild Rivers Director (photo of Devil’s Hole by Ruth Nolan) When I was a kid growing up in the Mojave Desert, my family would pack up the…

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ACTION ALERT: A bill that could stop the destructive Cadiz, Inc. project is stuck in committee
ACTION ALERT: A bill that could stop the destructive Cadiz, Inc. project is stuck in committee 1024 682 California Wilderness Coalition
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Rodman Mountains Wilderness: A Magical Place in the Mojave
Rodman Mountains Wilderness: A Magical Place in the Mojave 1024 576 California Wilderness Coalition

by CalWild member Ruth Nolan When most people think of the Mojave Desert, they hope to visit well-known places like Joshua Tree or Death Valley National Parks, or perhaps go…

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Diving Deep on a Desert Compromise
Diving Deep on a Desert Compromise 1024 655 California Wilderness Coalition

In collaboration with The Wilderness Society and the Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC), CalWild submitted comments to the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) outlining our collective opposition to the re-opening…

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