EHL Newsletter • Spring 2014
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EHL seeks improvement in Los Angeles County ecological ordinance
The Significant Ecological Areas Ordinance, which protects important biological resources, is being revised. EHL is working hard to improve a draft proposal.

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Sprawl-inducing traffic measure blocked in Riverside
Riverside County has deferred an effort to rewrite its General Plan in a way that would facilitate far-flung development.
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EHL fights for habitat funds
With large scale habitat plans adopted or underway in 22 California counties, EHL is actively in seeking federal and state funds for these programs.
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Beasts and Botany by Jess Morton
A little color has disappeared from the landscape!
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EHL in the News
EHL appeared in the media regarding settling litigation between San Diego County and Rancho Guejito, the Foothill toll road, and wetlands.
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