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Help Protect 158 Miles Of Wild & Scenic Rivers On The Central Coast
Piru Creek River Clean upRepresentative Lois Capps has introduced legislation in Congress to protect more than 158 miles of Wild & Scenic Rivers, 245,500 acres of Wilderness, and 34,500 acres of Scenic Areas on public lands in the Central Coast counties of Ventura, Santa Barbara, and San Luis Obispo. H.R. 4685 also proposes to establish the Condor National Recreation Trail.
Email Senator Hancock TODAY Thanking Her For Introducing The Mokelumne Wild & Scenic River Bill!
Moke Kayak
A bill to protect 37 miles of the Mokelumne River as a California State Wild & Scenic River has been introduced in the California Legislature. River lovers now have the opportunity to secure permanent protection for this magnificent river in the Sierra Nevada foothills.
California “Drought Relief” Moves To The Senate And The White House
Emails To Our Senators And To The President Are Needed TODAY
folsom in jan 2014We need your emails TODAY to Senators Feinstein and Boxer urging them to introduce a bill that protects California rivers and state water rights, provides real and long-term relief to California communities that need it, helps protect and restore our salmon fisheries and the ecosystems they rely on, and builds the foundation for a water policy that encourages the social and economic changes that will be required as global warming reduces our water supply.
Speak Out Against The Delta Tunnels
Delta RallyDelta “Twin Tunnels” – A Doubled-Barreled Shotgun Aimed At North State Rivers.
The long awaited draft Bay-Delta Conservation Plan (BDCP) and its draft Environmental Impact Report/Environmental Impact Statement (EIR/EIS) are now available for review by the public. The government is soliciting public input on the controversial plan and its proposal to build massive “twin tunnels” intended to divert fresh water from the Sacramento-San Joaquin Bay Delta Estuary. Now is your opportunity to speak out against this environmental travesty at upcoming public meetings and by sending an email opposing this expensive and destructive water project.





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