EHL Newsletter • Winter 2014
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EHL defends Riverside MSCHP with court victory
A Riverside court ruled that the City of Murrieta violated CEQA when enacting a policy exempting smaller parcels from the Multiple Species Conservation Plan absent environmental review.

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San Diego agricultural protection program “takes root”
A pilot program for Purchase of Agricultural Conservation Easements (PACE) was successful and may become permanent.
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San Bernardino County Vision focuses on the environment
With EHL as a co-chair, the Environment Element of the County’s visioning process has taken steps toward comprehensive habitat planning.
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Riverside County MSHCP project approval process improved
EHL worked with development stakeholders and the County of Riverside to streamline project review under the County’s habitat plan while preserving biological goals.
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Beasts and Botany by Jess Morton
Stop for a minute. Sit back, relax, close your eyes and just listen.
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