Spring 2009 Vol 19 No 2
The Endangered Habitats League is dedicated to the protection of the diverse ecosystems of Southern California and to sensitive and sustainable land use for the benefit of all the region's inhabitants. The EHL Newsletter is published quarterly to chronicle our plans, activities, and successes.
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EHL tackles climate change in Southern California

Perhaps the greatest long-term threat to many species unique to our region is global climate change. EHL is working to reverse this trend on several levels.
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Orange County Measure M moves forward

An ambitious Orange County habitat acquisition program has shifted into high gear. EHL serves on a key committee overseeing the effort.
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A game plan for the Prado Basin

South of the City of Chino lies a relatively unknown treasure, the Prado Basin. EHL continues to work for its preservation and restoration
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San Diego County fire management report adopted

EHL and other groups worked hard to improve an important report that, if properly implemented, will bring science-based management to fire-stressed landscapes.
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San Diego North County Multiple Species Conservation Program draft released

After years of preparatory work, San Diego County released a draft plan for a reserve system of 114,000 acres within this already fragmented landscape. EHL is seeking many improvements and is working proactively on land acquisition.
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Poetry by Jess Morton


The Tarantula's Journey

To meet in ways I had not thought possible
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