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Save Trestles Special Revisited

We'll say it again: a toll road does not belong in the backcountry of San Onofre State Beach or in the San Mateo Creek watershed, because the area was set aside out of wisdom as a state park years ago. Parks are not placeholders.

Recent News

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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The Beating Heart of the Mojave Desert

January 7, 2013

If passed, the California Desert Protection Act will protect over one million acres of the Mojave Desert’s last wild areas, with the creation of two new National Monuments: the Mojave Trails National Monument on former railroad lands adjoining historic U.S. Rt. 66, and the Sand to Snow National Monument, which would include areas from the desert floor of the Coachella Valley to the high country of the San Bernardino Mountains, along with several new Wilderness areas providing greater species connectivity across the region.

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