Rights of Nature

July 17th: Help restore salmon habitat with SPAWN

We need your help restoring salmon habitat on the Lagunitas Creek Watershed, the most important habitat for recovering endangered coho salmon on the central California coast. Please join us next Saturday, July 17 to remove invasive plants at our Tocaloma project site in Lagunitas, California. We will be pulling and cutting back invasive plants such as wild …

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STOP USING PESTICIDES: EPA Inaction Blamed as US Bees Suffer Second Highest Colony Losses on Record

Pesticides threatening the food supply. “It will take meaningful policy protection and rapid market change to reverse these unsustainable declines in honey bees and to protect the future of our food supply,” he added.” EPA Inaction Blamed as US Bees Suffer Second Highest Colony Losses on Record Bees are an integral part of California’s nearly …

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Action Alert: May 12, 13, or 14, 2021, the California Coastal Commission Making decision to allow helicopters to scatter poisonous bait to kill 8-10 owlsor not to permit the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service to use helicopters to scatter 1.5 tons of c

Attention ocean lovers: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service to use helicopters to scatter 1.5 tons of cereal bait onto the Southeast Farallon Island to try to kill eight to ten Burrowing Owls. See articles below for unintentional consequences using poison baits…..  https://youtu.be/2bEcyWaVgX0 On May 12, 13, or 14, 2021, the California Coastal Commission will decide …

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HCN: Study finds wildfire caused massive bird die-off

High Country News: Study finds wildfire caused massive bird die-off Research using crowdsourced data found a correlation with the birds’ deaths, nearby fires and toxic air. Joshua Rapp Learn This story originally appeared in Eos and is republished here as part of Covering Climate Now, a global journalism collaboration strengthening coverage of the climate story. After an abnormally large …

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