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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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PART 2 The Imminent Threat to our COAST and the Importance of Updating The Local Coastal Plan (LCP)

“Many of California’s big offshore wind energy projects would be built by petroleum companies like Equinor (until recently known as Statoil) in a hospitable federal regulatory context where the prospective corporate bidders, the seafloor mapping, and the entire supply chain for the giant wind generator arrays is part of the manufacturing base and the multinational

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Legal Action Challenges Trump Reversal of Prohibition on Bee-killing Pesticides, Genetically Modified Crops on National Wildlife Refuges

Does this administration do anything right for the environment or people? It’s all about corporate profits at our expense. Thank you Center for Biological Diversity. Please consider a donation to help their great work. “It’s shameful that the Trump administration is promoting greater use of highly toxic agricultural pesticides on America’s wildlife refuges,” said Hannah

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