Spring Vol 18 No 2
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Water district expansion halted

A brazen attempt to open up thousands of acres of northern San Diego County countryside to sprawl development has been derailed.
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Pristine land in Baja California moves toward protection

Terra Peninsular, a Mexican land trust and EHL partner, has obtained purchase agreements on 18,000 acres of pristine habitat south of San Quintín Bay near El Rosario.
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Environmental “loophole” on tribal land transfers made known

EHL has written the federal government asking that environmental safeguards be strengthened if private lands are transferred into tribal control.
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Update on San Diego planning programs

The General Plan Update and the Multiple Species Conservation Program-North are making progress, and the Multiple Species Conservation Program-East has been initiated. Rancho Guejito was the subject of a trip to Washington, DC.
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Beasts and Botany by Jess Morton

Bushtit

Not by ones or twos, like other birds, but by the dozens.
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EHL in the News

EHL was quoted by the media on Riverside, Orange, and San Diego County issues.
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