California

PEER's environmental work is solely directed by the needs of its members. As a consequence, we have the distinct honor of serving resource professionals who daily cast profiles in courage in cubicles across the country.

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News Releases for California

BID TO CARVE TRIBAL PARK OUT OF REDWOOD NATIONAL PARK

Yurok Tribe Push Legislation to Take Over Scenic Park, Forest & Sanctuary Lands

CALIFORNIA DROPS PARK HUNTING PLAN, FOR NOW

Conservation Groups Seek Increased Protection for Tolowa Dunes State Park

LAWSUIT TO PROTECT VARMINTS IN MOJAVE NATIONAL PRESERVE

Park Service Shirks Duty to Regulate Hunts to Shield Tortoise & Non-Game Wildlife

U.S. FOREST SERVICE MUST CLEAN UP ORV WATER POLLUTION

California State Water Board Declines Review of Rubicon Abatement Order

CALIFORNIA SHEATHES PROBE INTO EMPLOYEE PERSONAL ACTIVITIES

Inquiry’s Scope Significantly Narrowed with Apology for “Any Misunderstandings”

CALIFORNIA STATE WORKERS PROBED ON PERSONAL ACTIVITIES

Cal-OSHA Employees Ordered to Disclose All Outside “Presentations” and Materials

OFF-ROADING ENDS UNTIL CALIFORNIA PARK CLEANS UP ITS ACT

Clean Water Victory at Carnegie State Vehicular Recreation Area

CALIFORNIA OHV DOLLARS CAN FUND NON-MOTORIZED RECREATION

Legal Opinion May Open New Support Base for Floundering State Parks

SECRET CALIFORNIA PARK GIVE-AWAY

Back Door Proposal to Transfer Lands from Tolowa Dunes State Park

CALIFORNIA TO SET FIRST HEX CHROMIUM DRINKING WATER LEVEL

Public Health Advocates Urge Adoption of Safe Standard Found by Science Agency

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