California

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News Releases for California

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

CALIFORNIA DESERT WINS NEW PROTECTION VIA FEINSTEIN AMENDMENT

Lion’s Share of CDCA Included in Landscape Conservation System by Omnibus Bill

ARMY CORPS KAYAKER CASE SETTLED

Biologist Who Demonstrated for the L.A. River Paddles off to Law School

CALIFORNIA DESERT’S SIX MILLION ACRE QUESTION MARK

Bill Establishing Landscape Conservation System Fudges on CDCA Inclusion

CORPS BIOLOGIST FACES 30-DAY SUSPENSION FOR KAYAKING L.A. RIVER

Off-Duty Challenge to Ruling River Was Not Navigable “Undermined Authority”

EPA ELBOWS CORPS ASIDE TO PROTECT WESTERN RIVERS

L.A. and Santa Cruz Rivers Will Benefit from Clean Water Act Safeguards

PARK SERVICE CLEARED IN POINT REYES OYSTER OPERATION COMPLAINT

Environmental Effects of Industrial Shellfish Operations Remain Murky

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