California

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News Releases for California

MALIBU TEACHERS DEMAND BROADER TOXIC TESTING AT SCHOOL

Scope and Source of Contamination Still Unknown as District Tries Damage Control

AGREEMENT PAVES WAY FOR ELDORADO FOREST TRAIL DESIGNATIONS

Compromise Reopens Some Trails, Closes Some and Requires Restoration for Others

BIG ROLLBACK OF CALIFORNIA DESERT PROTECTION

BLM to Open 49,300 Acres of Algodones Dunes Plan to Off-Road Vehicles

SUIT TO END ERA OF RUINOUS ORV OPEN-RIDING AT OCOTILLO WELLS

State Parks Abdicated Duty to Protect Fragile Desert and Archaeological Resources

COURT ORDERS TIGHTER OFF-ROAD PLAN FOR STANISLAUS FOREST

Forest Service Must Minimize Environmental Damage by Unauthorized Travel

REWARD FUND GROWS FOR CAPTURE OF PETROGLYPH VANDALS

Criminal Conviction Seen as Key Deterrent for Future Artifact Destruction

RUBICON TRAIL DEAL WILL PROTECT WATER QUALITY

Settlement Involves Closures to Prevent Run-Off

LAWSUIT FILED CHALLENGING PLAN TO ALLOW ORVS ON INYO COUNTY ROADS

LAWSUIT TO CLOSE LOOPHOLES IN CALIFORNIA GREENHOUSE GAS LAW

Reliance on Offsets Destroys Integrity and Undermines Climate Protection

PEER REVIEW SUPPORTS PARK SERVICE SCIENCE ON DRAKES ESTERO

Independent Analysis Strengthens Case for Wilderness over Commercial Use

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