EHL Newsletter • Spring 2017
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Seven Oaks Dam lawsuit filed
Endangered Habitats League filed suit against the Army Corp of Engineers for not evaluating impacts from Seven Oaks Dam operations to endangered species. Seven Oaks dam is on the upper Santa Ana River in San Bernardino County.
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San Bernardino Environment Element enters second phase
This habitat planning effort seeks to take advantage of a new State program, the Regional Conservation Investment Strategy.
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How to protect the environment and provide housing
https://housingyoumatters.org/As a complement to our task of protecting the natural world, EHL also seeks to meet California’s housing challenge.
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EHL in the News
EHL was quoted in a report on the persistence of sprawl.
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Beasts and Botany by Jess Morton
Orange-crowned Warbler

The photograph was startling, a glimpsed awareness in an alien eye that seemed so utterly human as to be unnerving. It was a photo that changed the way I think about the world.
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