California

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News Releases for California

MOJAVE OFF-ROAD PLAN STRUCK DOWN IN FEDERAL COURT

BLM Told to Redesign Bush-Era ORV Plan for Mojave Desert Federal Lands

STATE ORV PARK VIOLATING CALIFORNIA WATER QUALITY LAW

Tracy — Despite budget cuts that threaten other State Parks, the Department of Parks and Recreation had not planned to close any of their State Vehicular Recreation Areas (SVRAs). That may change, now…

WATER POLLUTION LAWSUIT AGAINST CALIFORNIA STATE ORV PARK

Creek Ruined by Off-Road Abuse in Carnegie Recreation Area

CALIFORNIA FINDS CLOSING PARKS NOT SO EASY

Liabilities, Lawsuits and Losses Threaten to Swallow Savings from Park Shutdowns

REWARD OFFERED FOR OHV VANDALS WHO TRASHED MEADOW

Sacramento - Conservationists are offering a reward for information leading to the identification and conviction of dirt bikers who damaged a beautiful mountain meadow that is vital habitat for the…

FUEL TAX SURPLUS COULD SAVE CALIFORNIA STATE PARKS

Funds Earmarked for Off-Road Recreation Which Generates Only 1/6th of Revenue

COMMERCIAL AQUACULTURE IN WILDERNESS PUSHED BY KEY SENATOR

Point Reyes National Seashore Oyster Farm Dispute Opens Legal Can of Worms

REGIONAL WATER BOARD ORDERS CLEAN-UP OF RUBICON TRAIL

Iconic off-road trail has lost its way

DEADLY DOMESTIC SHEEP DISEASE THREATENS ENDANGERED SIERRA NEVADA BIGHORN

Feds Threatened With Legal Action to Close Grazing Allotments, Remedy Endangered Species Act Violations

CONSTITUTIONAL CLASH OVER DEFUNCT LAND EXCHANGE

Major Religious Establishment Case Rooted in Mojave Cross Deal



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