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Save Trestles Special Revisited

A toll road does not belong in the backcountry of San Onofre State Beach or in the San Mateo Creek watershed. The area was wisely set aside as a state park years ago, and parks and public lands are not placeholders.

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November 2014 Voter’s Guide

November 3, 2014

Never mind the barrage of campaign ads filling your mailbox and coming after you on TV. All you have to do this year is Vote the Environment. To help you do so, Treehuggers International has compiled a last-minute voter’s guide to the 2014 midterm elections. This piece will continue to be updated with newer picks throughout the day on Election Day for California and San Diego County, and with polls open until 8:00 pm you’ve got plenty of time to vote – so please vote the environment, and let’s prove the pollsters wrong on turnout.

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Tree Hugging Day In Santa Monica

March 20, 2014

The fifth annual Santa Monica Tree Hugging Day, an annual public group tree hug to celebrate the outdoors, nature, and the spring equinox, arrives at the Children’s Tree of Life in Santa Monica’s Palisades Park on Thursday, March 20 at 6:00 pm. A fun, social way for people to show their appreciation for trees and a clean environment, Tree Hugging Day is intended to be a worldwide celebration to celebrate trees and “the many aesthetic, environmental, and life-giving attributes they provide.” We at Treehuggers International happily concur.

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