EHL Newsletter • Winter 2013
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State fire plan threatens Southern California ecosystems
The California Dept. of Forestry and Fire Protection (CalFire) has issued a scientifically bankrupt plan to destroy vegetation without reducing fire hazard. EHL is responding.
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Foothill toll road battle re-starts
The Save San Onofre Coalition has mobilized against a desperate attempt by the Transportation Corridor Agency (TCA) to construct the Foothill toll road in segments.
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City of San Diego project undermines MSCP
Unless changes are made, a public-private partnership for airport facilities at Brown Field would not protect the burrowing owl population on Otay Mesa in southern San Diego County.
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EHL in the News

The San Bernardino kangaroo rat (SBKR) made the “Top Ten” endangered species list and EHL was quoted on an ominous traffic congestion proposal in the Inland Empire.
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Poetry by Jess Morton
Catalina Run

Nightfall and the sloop's sails,
hauled up by heaved and heaved halyards,
the heads sliding against brass tracks
go whirring and surging skyward
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