- Apr 19, 2022
Action Alert: Tell the Board of Forestry To Protect Forested Wetlands And Meadows!
The Board of Forestry (BoF) is proposing two new actions that would weaken necessary protections for wetlands and meadows during Timber Harvest Plan (THP) review. We need your support to let them know that these definitions are inadequate to protect important botanical sites. Thus we’ve created one action alert that addresses both problems simultaneously, making it easy on you to sign and share. But what exactly is the issue here? Let’s get into the details. First, the BoF is
- Apr 6, 2022
Lawsuit Filed To Protect Nearly 1,000 Acres Of Redwood Forest In Mendocino Watershed
EPIC, the Center for Biological Diversity, and the Coast Action Group have filed a lawsuit to stop the Mendocino Redwood Company from logging nearly 1,000 acres of redwood forest in a California watershed that provides habitat for threatened northern spotted owls and fish. The lawsuit, filed Friday in Mendocino County Superior Court, says the California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection approved the logging project even though it violates a voter-approved county ordi
- Apr 5, 2022
Celebrate Earth Day with EPIC: Join Us For An Ivy Pull On April 22nd!
Celebrate Earth Day with EPIC, No Ivy League, and the California States Parks by pulling invasive species of ivy to ensure the regrowth of native species. Participants that come and help us will have the chance to receive a FREE T-shirt and EPIC sticker for their contributions to sustain our beautiful forest at Trinidad State Beach. We will remove invasive ivy from the ground and trees along the junction of Stagecoach Road and Anderson Road in Trinidad, CA from 2:00pm-4:00pm
- Apr 5, 2022
Utilize Wildlife Crossings In California: Support AB 2344!
California has long recognized and celebrated its world-renowned biodiversity and myriad ecosystems, boasting the ability to experience mountains, ocean, and desert in a single day's drive. However, California's ability to support native fish and wildlife increasingly is challenged by its status as the nation’s most populous state, requiring the State to be innovative so that society and the natural world can coexist. But, when it comes to utilizing wildlife crossings on our