California

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News Releases for California

PARK SERVICE SCIENTISTS CLEARED AGAIN IN PT. REYES OYSTER FLAP

Repeated Investigations Aimed at Keeping Commercial Oyster Operation in Estuary

COURT ORDERS REDO OF FEDERAL ORV PLAN FOR MILLIONS OF ACRES IN CALIFORNIA'S WEST MOJAVE DESERT

FEDERAL COUGAR HUNTERS MUST OBEY CALIFORNIA LAW

Fish & Game Contractors Cannot Evade Ban on Leg Snares and Other Inhumane Practices

PARK SERVICE RENEGES ON MOJAVE DESERT TORTOISE SAFEGUARD

Director Jarvis Waives National Management Policy Requiring Hunting Rules

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

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