Gualala River

Chainsaw Wine: Permit Sonoma approving more tree removal for failing wine industry

Since I wrote my letter and the application has been approved piecemeal, as always, in stages by PRMD, some grading and tree removal has probably already occurred. The biologist’s full report has been completed and mistakes corrected, mitigations applied, and now a ministerial permit proposed unless a formal opposition is mounted to trigger a hearing. […]

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Protected Forever: Mill Bend Gualala River

Forest Unlimited Supporters, Here is some good environmental news. As you know, the best thing we can do to protect our natural resources in perpetuity is to purchase the land.  We thought you should know about the Mill Bend purchase. If any of you choose to support this, that would be great.  More information can

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Jared Huffman Townhall in Gualala at Arts Center April 25th, 5-6pm

Please consider showing up and tell Jared we want all coastal logging banned. Dogwood 3 is back! WEBSITE BIOGRAPHY CONSTITUENT SERVICES NEWSROOM LEGISLATION         Please join Congressman Huffman for a town hall on April 25th at 5:00 PM in Gualala. Rep. Huffman will give an update from Washington D.C., talk about his shared priorities

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Coastal Redwoods Battle Heats Up Along the Gualala River: Will Parrish, “The Last Stand” in this weeks Bohemian

Forest for the Trees Coastal redwoods battle heats up along the Gualala River By Will Parrish The fight to save majestic coastal redwood groves in California has been waged for more than a century, starting with the campaign that created Big Basin State Park in 1902. In 1978, the Sierra Club dubbed its successful campaign

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Richard Charter Senior Fellow, The Ocean Foundation on the Coastal Plan

From Richard Charter, Senior Fellow The Ocean Foundation on the proposed LCP September 28, 2015 Permit & Resource Management Department County of Sonoma 2550 Ventura Avenue Santa Rosa, CA 95403 Attention: Lisa Posternak Submitted via email at: PRMD-LCP-Update@sonoma-county.org Re: Comments on the draft proposed Sonoma County Local Coastal Plan (LCP). Dear Ms. Posternak: Thank you

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