EHL Newsletter • Winter 2017
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Renewable energy will be safer for LA County birds and bats
Due to comments from EHL, Los Angeles County’s Renewable Energy Ordinance added additional safeguards to protect birds and bats from collisions.
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EHL files suit over San Marcos project
EHL filed suit against the City of San Marcos under the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) over the Highlands development project, which would block an important wildlife corridor.
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San Jacinto River alternatives designed

EHL participated in an advisory committee that charted a balanced path to flood control and ecosystem protection in Riverside County.
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San Diego backcountry land plan wraps up - almost
In December 2016, the San Diego County Board of Supervisors adopted new zoning for 71,300 acres of private “inholdings” within Cleveland National Forest boundaries.
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EHL in the News
EHL was quoted on litigation, water supply, and land use planning.
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Poetry by Jess Morton
Migrants

Not a matter of movement, but of necessity,
the migrants pass by, shadows on the moon
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