EHL Newsletter • Fall 2013
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Fight for San Bernardino kangaroo rat continues in Inland Empire
EHL is focusing on federal permitting and related initiatives in the region to save the last of the SBKR and its wash community.
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EHL defends San Diego backcountry
Before the Planning Commission and in CEQA comments, EHL defended not only an iconic ranch near Julian but also 70,000 acres adjacent to the Cleveland National Forest.
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San Diego TransNet program releases more funds for wildlife
EHL worked with the San Diego Association of Governments (SANDAG) and other stakeholders to make available $20 million in much needed funds to acquire wildlife habitat.
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Tejon Ranch Conservancy’s management plan caps many achievements
Covering 240,000 acres of spectacular mountains, deserts, and valley floors, a “Ranch-wide Management Plan” will guide state-of-the-art ranching and wildlife conservation.
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Poetry by Jess Morton
Die Zwitscher-Machine

My birds do not twitter much

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