Fall 2011 Vol 21 No 4
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San Diego County General Plan Update adopted - but re-opening possible

The Board of Supervisors adopted a weakened but still enormously improved new General Plan – but immediately voted to consider amendments in 3 months.
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Habitat for San Bernardino kangaroo rat along San Jacinto River close to protection
In July 2011, EHL reached an agreement with the Eastern Municipal Water District providing for additional conservation of floodplain along the San Jacinto River near Hemet.
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Orange County Measure M acquisitions line up
Five prime properties totaling 948 acres will gain protection in the first very successful round of Orange County Measure M land acquisitions.
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EHL in the News

EHL was quoted on the loss of the El Toro Conservation Area in Orange County, on our settlement with a water district over the endangered San Bernardino kangaroo rat, and on the new San Diego County General Plan.
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Beasts and Botany by Jess Morton
Meadowlark
Though it is now many decades since, one incredible shower of clear descending notes I heard on my first day of birding still echoes through my memory.
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