Updated: May 9
The Environmental Protection Information Center is pleased to present our 2022 Annual Report, highlighting our work, accomplishments, and growing team. Despite industrial, political, and economic challenges, we have made steady progress toward our goals of maintaining healthy ecosystems and ensuring the continued survival of imperiled species in our wild backyards.
In 2022, we secured many victories. To highlight a few of these accomplishments, EPIC and our allies:
Commented on and followed a dozen timber sale projects;
Filed a lawsuit to protect threatened coho salmon;
Advocated for greater protection of Jackson Demonstration State Forest;
Filed a lawsuit to protect Pacific fishers that were denied Endangered species Act protections;
Worked with Humboldt County Board of Supervisors to halt herbicide spraying;
Protected nesting bald eagles;
Objected to the Mad River timber sale and saved over 100 acres of spotted owl habitat; and
Filed a lawsuit to stop Mendocino Redwood Company from logging 1,000 acres of redwood habitat.
With your help, we will continue to grow our efforts and accomplish this important public interest work so that future generations will experience thriving forests, rivers and wildlife.
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For the wild,