Winter 2011 Vol 21 No 1
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EHL settlement improves Riverside County planning

Years in the making, a legal settlement of our 2003 lawsuit over the County’s General Plan Update has been finalized, with significant benefits for good planning.
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Orange County Measure M picks restoration projects

Benefiting wetlands and uplands, the Orange County Transportation Authority (OCTA) has green-lighted six habitat restoration efforts as part of Measure M. .
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Gnatcatchers found at Ballona Wetlands

Braving expanses of urban development, the threatened California gnatcatcher – the bird on EHL’s logo – was sighted near Marina Del Rey for the first time since the 1880’s.

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EHL in the News

The media covered the San Diego County General Plan Update and, in the Inland Empire, the fate of two endangered species.

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Poetry by Jess Morton

Alpenblume

One free unbidden blossom opened out
beyond the garden’s better tended bed
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