Take Action! Six Rivers National Forest is proposing 11,300 acres of ground based disturbance, including 4,500 acres of commercial post-fire logging in the 2020 August Complex area. The project targets the headwaters of the already impaired Mad River and the Wild and Scenic North Fork Eel River. While it is called the Mad River August Complex Restoration Project, don’t let the name fool you. This is largely a commercial timber sale targeting fragile post-fire forests that hav
When: Saturday, July 31st, from 1:00pm until done! Where: Caspar Community Center, 15051 Caspar Rd Box 84, Caspar, CA 95420 What: Live Music, Speakers, Food, Kid's Activities, and more to benefit the Campaign to Save Jackson Who: The Coalition to Save Jackson State Forest includes The Coyote Valley Band of Pomo, Redwood Nation Earth First!, Mama Tree Network, EPIC, The Mendocino Trail Stewards, Families for the Forest, We Speak for the Trees, PAIEA, The Mendocino ENvironmenta
Sign the petition today! Northern California and southern Oregon contain numerous important connectivity corridors connecting the Cascade Mountains, the Great Basin, and the Coast Ranges through the jumbled ridges and rugged canyons of the Klamath-Siskiyou Mountains. One particularly important connectivity corridor extends from the wild Klamath-Siskiyou Mountains to the headwaters of the Sacramento River between Mt. Shasta City and Shasta Lake. Anyone who has traveled the Int
The California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) is California’s bedrock environmental law. The goal of CEQA is simple: to ensure that the State understands the environmental impacts of its actions before making a decision whether to approve them. CEQA doesn’t forbid the state from conducting environmentally destructive activities (wouldn’t that be nice) but it does require the State to analyze the full impacts of their actions in order to facilitate informed decision making.
California has three wolf packs! According to the California Department of Fish and Wildlife, there are three active wolf packs in the state: Lassen, Beckwourth, and Whaleback. There are also seven collared wolves that are being tracked in California. The Lassen Pack, which roams in the Lassen and Plumas counties, has produced four litters over the years, resulting in at least 22 pups. The original male of the pack was the offspring of the Rogue Pack, from southwest Oregon. H