EPIC in the News


EPIC V. Carlson et al Sierra Pacific Intervenor Order – Forest Policy Pup

The Battle for Elk River – The North Coast Journal


BREAKING: Board of Supervisors Denies Terra-Gen Wind Project on a Vote of 4-1 – Lost Coast Outpost

Terra-Gen’s First Day of Hearings at the Humboldt County Board of Supervisors – Lost Coast Outpost

Supervisor Fennell Should ‘Vote Against the Ill-Conceivved Terra Gen Project,’ Says Letter to the Editor – Redheaded Blackbelt

Letter to the Editor Consider what a jewel we have on Bear Ridge – Times Standard

Planning Commissioners Explain Their Flip-Flops as Supes Prepare to Hear Terra Gen Wind Project – Lost Coast Outpost

9th Circ. Breaks Logjam Over Post-Fire National Forest Project -Law360

Conservation Groups Urge Rejection of Controversial California Wind Energy Project – Surfbirds News

The Planning Commission Could Reach a Decision on the Humboldt Wind Energy Project Tonight – Lost Coast Outpost

Green Versus Green – North Coast Journal

OP-ED: Citing Danger to Birds, Three Conservation Groups Urge the County to Reject Humboldt Wind Energy Project – Lost Coast Outpost

Wind Farm Under Scrutiny – The LumberJack

Judge approves temporary restraining order against post-Ranch Fire logging projects – Lake County Record-Bee

Environmental groups to sue over lack of protections for feisty Humboldt marten – Eureka Times-Standard

Lawsuit Launched After Trump Administration Fails to Protect Humboldt Martens in Oregon – Center for Biological Diversity

E-Bikes in Tahoe Draw Equestrian Group’s Ire – Bloomberg Environment

Environmentalists clash with feds, timber group over salvage logging – Capital Press

Forest Service sued over timber sales on Mendocino National Forest – Lake County News

EPIC Demands NEPA on ~7,000 Acres of Forest in Mendocino National Forest – Redheaded Blackbelt

Nonprofit sues Forest Service for environmental violations in Ranch Fire footprint logging – Lake County Record-Bee

Mendocino National Forest sued by environmentalists for allegedly logging under guise of roadside maintenance – The Press Democrat

In the Balance: Local enviro groups ‘insist’ on changes to wind farm project – North Coast Journal

Oregon Bans Trapping of Humboldt Martens – Center for Biological Diversity

Local Enviro Groups Demand Changes to Proposed Terra-Gen Wind Energy Project Slated for Ridges South of Rio Dell – Lost Coast Outpost

THE ECONEWS REPORT: They’re Back! Your Loveable Environmental Curmudgeons Have a New Show on KHUM and LoCO – Lost Coast Outpost

Local salamander won’t be protected under ESA – The Siskiyou Daily News

EPIC: ‘It’s not the currently listed species that will suffer the most’ under new Endangered Species Act rules – Eureka Times Standard

Straight from the PALCO Playbook  – North Coast Journal

Lawsuit Seeks Overdue Protection for Rare Salamander in California, Oregon – Center for Biological Diversity

Federal Court Orders Environmental Impact Study for California’s Richardson Grove Highway Project – Center for Biological Diversity

Judge rules Caltrans needs environmental impact report for Richardson Grove project – Eureka Times Standard

Salamanders face extinction from plans to raise Shasta Dam – KRCR News

Rare California Salamanders Move Closer to Endangered Species Act Protection – Center for Biological Diversity

Proposed-HCP for Sierra Pacific Industries a Bad Deal for Spotted Owls – YubaNet.com

Lawsuit Launched to Protect Rare Salamander in California, Oregon – Center for Biological Diversity

Federal Court Again Halts Caltrans Project Through Ancient California Redwoods – Sierra Sun Times

EPIC wins another lawsuit against Caltrans over proposed Richardson Grove project – KRCR News

Judge Halts Caltrans Plan To Widen Road In Redwood Grove, Orders More Study – SF Gate

Judge to Caltrans: Leave trees be – Eureka Times Standard

North Coast environmental advocates ‘dismayed’ by plan to end gray wolf protections – Eureka Times Standard

Federal effort to raise Shasta Dam by 18.5 feet is getting some serious pushback– Berkeley News

Headwaters Forest Reserve and the Battle that Saved It – Earth Island Journal

Arcata Chamber of Commerce announces annual awards – Eureka Times Standard

Community continues push for Klamath dam removal – Eureka Times Standard

EPIC sues state over Humboldt marten protections, Green Diamond practices – Eureka Times Standard

Lawsuit Targets California Permit for Clearcutting Endangered Marten Habitat – Center for Biological Diversity

Environmental Groups Win Battle to Protect Gray Wolves in California  – Redheaded Blackbelt

Gray Wolves Will Keep CA Endangered Species Protections – EarthJustice

Oregon to reconsider rules on trapping of Humboldt martens – Eureka Times Standard


Environmental Protection Information Center – The Martinez Beavers

Gordon Bonser: ‘In Death as in Life, He Swims with Salmon’ – Red Headed Blackbelt

A 4 Inch Salamander Might Stop Northern California Dam Project – Herald Mail Media

EPIC Announces Plan to Sue USDA Program Over Killing of Beavers – Eureka Times Standard

Americas Biggest Wildfire Profiteer is Major Donor to Republicans Whose Policies Benefit His Business – Sludge

Federal Judge: US Law Doesn’t Protect Ancient Trees from Logging – Missoula Current

Court Hears Arguments to Stop Destructive Highway-widening Project Through Ancient California Redwoods – Center for Biological Diversity

Judge Says US Law Doesn’t Protect Ancient Trees – Courthouse News Service

EPIC Honors Jene McCovey with Sempervirens Lifetime Achievement Award – Redheaded Blackbelt

Yurok Elder Wins Lifetime Honor – The Triplicate

Longtime Environmental Activist to be Honored by EPIC – Eureka Times Standard

US Fish and Wildlife Proposes Humboldt Marten Protection but Protects Timber Industry – Eureka Times Standard

Judge: Pacific Fisher Must be Reconsidered for Protection – Eureka Times Standard

County Promises Climate Change Action  – Mad River Union

Judge Voids Denial of Protected Status for Pacific Fisher – Courthouse News Service

Judge Overturns Denial of Endangered Species Protection for Pacific Fishers – Center for Biological Diversity

Oregon Denies Protection to Gravely Imperiled Humboldt Martens – Center for Biological Diversity

County Targets 100 Percent Clean Energy by 2025 – Eureka Times Standard

Humboldt Marten Listed as an Endangered Species in California – Eureka Times Standard

Last Chance Grade Received a Closer Look from Stakeholder in Arcata – KRCRTV

Company Seeks Input on Humboldt County Wind Energy Project – Eureka Times Standard

Judge Probes Study Used to Revoke Fisher Protections – Courthouse News Service

Marijuana Farms are Driving This Adorable Forest Creature into Extinction – Live Science

Adorable and Feisty Humboldt Marten Faces Extinction – EcoWatch

Protections Urged for Humboldt Martens – Curry Coastal Pilot

‘Super Cute and Super Ferocious’ Humboldt Marten May Get Endangered Species Status – Eureka Times Standard

Local Environmental Groups File Complaint Against US Forest Service and Mercer-Fraser Co. Over Operations at Willow Creek Property – Lost Coast Outpost

Kevin McKenny to Resign from County Planning Commission After State Cites Development Violations – Eureka Times Standard

Environmentalists Plan Logging to Restore Redwood Forests – The Mercury News

Conservation Groups Propose Ban on Trapping Humboldt Martens in Oregon – Lost Coast Outpost

Coastal Trapping Ban Sought to Protect Oregon’s Vanishing Humboldt Martens – SF Bay Area Indymedia

Humboldt County Judge Weighs Arguments in Challenge to Richardson Grove Project – Eureka Times Standard

Humboldt Supervisors Consider New Cannabis Ordinance – North Coast Journal

Humboldt Board of Supervisors to Consider Capping Cannabis Cultivation Licenses – North Coast Journal

Groups Seek Protections for S. Oregon Salamander – Capital Press

Endangered Species Protection Sought for California Oregon Salamander Threatened by Logging – SF Bay Area Indymedia

Conservation Groups Seek Protection for Unique Oregon Salamander – The Register-Guard

Endangered Species Protection Sought for CA, OR Salamander Threatened by Logging – Yubanet

Rare Salamander’s Survival Threatened By Logging, Environmentalists Say  – OBP

Caltrans’ Revised Richardson Grove Project Under Review by Local Judge – Eureka Times Standard

Klamath Communities Begin a Revolution in Forest Management – Yubanet

Feds Consider Listing Spring Klamath River Salmon as Endangered – Eureka Times Standard

EPIC, Latino Outdoors to Hold Bilingual Outdoors Workshops, Interpretive Hikes – Eureka Times Standard

In the Wind – North Coast Journal

EPIC, Latino Outdoors Leading Bilingual Hike Series This Year to Empower Latinx Community – Redheaded Blackbelt

Climate Litigants Take US to Court – Sonoma Index-Tribune

Study: North Coast Cannabis Grows Likely Exposing Threatened Owls to Rodenticides – Eureka Times Standard

Emergency Communication Towers to be Removed from Sacred Yurok Site – Eureka Times Standard

The North Coast’s Environmental Groups Vow to Fight Trump’s Offshore Oil Drilling Plan – Tuluwat Examiner

EPIC, Baykeeper and NEC Vow to Fight Trump – Redheaded Blackbelt


EPIC Petitioning to Ban Clearcutting in Humboldt County – Eureka Times Standard

EPIC Seeks Support for Clear Cutting Ban – KIEM

Caltrans Proposed Project in Richardson Grove is ‘Sensless, Wasteful and Damaging,” Says Letter – Redheaded Blackbelt

Individuals Challenging California Highway Project Over Allegations of Harm to Redwood Trees – Legal News Line

Caltrans Faces New Lawsuit Over Richardson Grove Project – KIEM

Groups Fight Plan to Widen Highway in California Redwood Grove – Courthouse News Service

Enviro Groups File New Richardson Grove Suite Against Caltrans – Eureka Times Standard

Caltrans’ Richardson Grove Project Challenged by Fifth Environmental Lawsuit – Eureka Times Standard

EPIC Reflects on 40 Years of Environmental Justice in Humboldt County – KHSU

EPIC Celebrates 40 Years of Environmental Advocacy – Eureka Times Standard

Illicit Grows Face $10-A-Day Fines – North Coast Journal

Environmental Groups: Humboldt Beyond Capacity for Marijuana Grows – Cannabis Now

Environmental Groups to Humboldt County: No More New Cannabis Grows – Eureka Times Standard

Environmental Groups Urge Humboldt County Regulators to Hold Off on New Cannabis Cultivation – Ganjapreneur

Calif. Judge Rejects Bid to Add Nepa Claims to Logging Suit – Law360

Environmental Groups Name Toilet After Interior Secretary in Public Lands Protest – Eureka Times Standard

First District Holds CEQA’s Substantive Requirements Apply to Environmental Documentation of State Agency Acting Under Certified State Regulatory Program, Directs Issuance of Writ Setting Aside Inadequately Reviewed Pesticide Label Approvals – JD Supra

Groups Call on Japan Not to Dump Radioactive Water Into Pacific Ocean – Los Alamos Daily Post

Karuk Tribe Seeks to List Klamath River Salmon as Endangered – Eureka Times Standard

Environmentalists Say Proposed Cannabis Grow Rules Fail to Protect Wildlife – Santa Rosa Press Democrat

Cleveland National Foundation v. San Diego Association of Governments – the Recorder

EPIC Files Lawsuit Against Caltrans Road Adjustment – KRCRTV.COM

Environmental Groups File Fourth Lawsuit Against Richardson Grove Highway Widening Project – Redwood Times

How a Math Formula Could Decide Fate of Endangered US Species – Daily Mail

More Challenges for Baywood’s Timber Harvest Plan – Mad River Union

Caltrans Revises Richardson Grove Highway 101 Widening Project – Eureka Times Standard

Caltrans Relaunches Richardson Grove Project; Agency Issues New Environmental Documentation for Controversial Highway 101 Realignment at the South End of the County – Lost Coast Outpost

Humboldt County Celebrates Earth Day – Eureka Times Standard

Feds Fight Bid to Add NEPA Claim to Logging Project Suit – Law360

Humboldt County Celebrates Earth Day – Eureka Times Standard

USDA stops use of cyanide bombs in Idaho – KPVI News 6

Immediate ban sought on use of M-44 ‘cyanide bombs’ in Idaho Idaho State Journal

Ruling Puts Martens Up For Endangered Species Reconsideration – North Coast Journal

Humboldt marten reconsidered for endangered species listing Eureka Times Standard

EPIC Intervenes in Gray Wolf Lawsuit – Eureka Times Standard

Conservation Groups Oppose Efforts to Remove Wolf Protections in California – YubaNet

Trinity County Nixes East-West Rail Study – Eureka Times Standard

East-West Rail Efforts Dealt a Blow as Trinity County Declines $276K Caltrans Grant for Feasibility Study – Lost Coast Outpost

Pacific Sun – Feature: Downstream – Logging and an industry-friendly state agency imperil the Elk River and other California waterways

The battle against English Ivy – The LumberJack

Attack of the English Ivy – North Coast Journal

EPIC Petitions for New Post Fire Timber Regulations – Times Standard

Stand Up for Your Rights – Napa Valley Register


Rare Weasel Makes a Comeback – Corpus Christi Caller-Times

Rare Weasel-like Mammal Makes Comeback in Washington State – Fox News

Rare Weasel Species Makes Comeback in Washington State  – Washington Post

Timber Harvest Lawsuit Dismissed by Judge – Times Standard

9th Circuit Urged to Stop NorCal Logging Project – Courthouse News Service

Keeping it Wild – North Coast Journal

Greens say US Prefers Loggers to Weasels – Courthouse News Service

YOUR WEEK IN OCEAN: Your ‘Reusable Bag Day’ ReportLost Coast Outpost

Are Marijuana Farms Contributing to Climate Change – legal Insurrection

Lawsuit Looks to List Pacific fishers as Threatened – Bend Bulletin

Fight to Protect Fishers Moves Into Courtroom in SF – SF Gate

The Pacific fisher comes to court after Disappearing in the Sierra Nevada Mountains – Sacramento Bee

The Cannabis Industry Needs To Clean Up Its Act – Huffington Post

Alert! Northern Spotted Owl the New Addition to California’s Endangered Species List – Nature World News

Northern Spotted Owl Added to California Endangered Species – OC Register

Northern Spotted Owl Added to Endangered Species List – San Francisco Chronicle

Northern Spotted Owl Listed as an Endangered Species – Times Standard

Northern Spotted Owl Added to Endangered Species List  – The San Luis Obispo Tribune

Are the UK ‘biomass sustainability standards legitimizing forest destruction? – Ecologist

California Fish and Game Commission to weigh in on spotted owl, Delta Bass – Sacramento Bee

Last Stands – North Bay Bohemian

Lawsuit threatened over Pacific fisher – Eureka Times Standard

EPIC, Others Prepare to Sue Feds over Failure to Protect Pacific Fisher – Lost Coast Outpost

Groups challenge decision to not list west coast fisher under ESA – Siskiyou Daily News

Forest Regs a self-defeating glut – Mad River Union

A slide toward extinction – williamettelive.com

Group protests closing Klamath National Forest for salvage operation – Record Searchlight

California’s Forests have been decimated, and this is their final insult – Fusion

EPIC, Others Prepare to Sue Feds Over Failure to Protect Pacific FisherLost Coast Outpost

Groups challenge decision to not list west coast fisher under ESASiskiyou Daily News

Merle Haggard and the Politics of Salmon – San Diego Free Press

Karuk Tribe and Environmentalists File Lawsuit Over Logging Plan in Klamath National Forest – Lost Coast Outpost

Karuk Tribe Says Logging Will Hurt Salmon – Courthouse News Service

Karuk Tribe & Conservationists File Suit to Protect Wild Salmon, Rural River Communities – Native News Online

Scientists Urge Feds to Continue Fracking Moratorium off CA Coast – Bay Area Indymedia

EPIC: County’s cannabis ordinance an important first step – Times Standard

UNBUNDYS RALLY: Public Land Fans Occupy Wildlife Area For a Little Bit, Sing, Eat Snacks, Then Leave

The Un-Bundys: Environmental Groups Plan Takeover of Federal Lands on South Spit – Lost Coast Outpost

Supes: Keep More Grows out of TPZ – Times Standard

Study: Northern Spotted Owls Declining more Rapidly – Eureka Times Standard

Enviro Groups Sue U.S. Fish & Wildlife Over Lack of Protection for Coastal Marten – Eureka Times Standard

Public calls for further changes to pot ordinance; interim DHHS director appointed – Eureka Times Standard

Northern Spotted Owl Populations Are Rapidly Declining, A New Study Finds – Redheaded Blackbelt

County Cannabis Policy Evolving – Mad River Union

Full Speed Ahead? – NorthCoast Journal

Supervisors Ask Staff to Loosen Regulations in Draft Marijuana Ordinance – Lost Coast Outpost

Bigfoot Hunters Find Something Unexpected in Del Norte County – KCET

California Cannabis Voice Humboldt Announces Consensus Agreement with Local Environmental Groups – Lost Coast Outpost

Feds Consider Listing Adorable Predator as Endangered – KCET

Groups notify feds of lawsuit for coastal marten protection – Eureka Times Standard

Gray Wolf Returns to California – Public News Service

Draft Day: Pot PAC unveils its marijuana cultivation ordinance – The North Coast Journal

Environmental groups petitioning to protect local marten populations – Eureka Times Standard

California Endangered Species Act Protection Sought for Nearly Extinct Humboldt Marten – Tuluwat Examiner

Lifelines in peril, Part 1: Richardson Grove Operational Improvement Project – KIEM News Channel 3

Owl conservation plans aid timber companies – Capital press

Group targets private land, existing regulations in spotted owl petitionSiskiyou Daily News

UPlisting The Northern Spotted Owl: The Case FOR – Jefferson Public Radio

Pond Turtle, Whole Bunch of Other Species May Win Federal Protection – KCET

Westside Fire Recovery Project a hot mess – Eureka Times Standard

Northern Spotted Owl Continues To Decline – The Chattanoogan

Spotted owl endangered status eyed – The Register-Guard

Local marten populations will not receive federal protection – Eureka Times Standard

Feds to consider endangered species listing for spotted owl – Seattle PI

Northern Spotted Owl May Gain More Protections – Nature World News

EPIC Convinces Feds that Spotted Owl May Be Endangered – Lost Coast Outpost

Federal judge denies $126K attorney’s fees request in Richardson Grove case – Eureka Times Standard

Panel Examines Environmental Hazards Of Pot Grows In California – Eugene Weekly

Environment: Logging industry fails yet again to strip Pacific Northwest protection for marbled murrelets – Summit County Citizens Voice

California students research impacts of drought on tribes – Indian Country Today

Caltrans updates board on Richardson Grove, says litigation ‘likely’ – Eureka Times Standard

Logging Industry Fails Again to Strip Threatened Seabird of Protections – Bay Area Indymedia

Supes to hear update on Richardson Grove project – Times Standard

Letter: Don’t reroute highway through redwoods – Eureka Times Standard

Eureka to host public meeting on Navy weapons testing, training update – Eureka Times Standard

The Revolution Starts Here – North Coast Journal

Disputed Highway 101 expansion through Richardson Grove halted for new study – Santa Rosa Press Democrat

Drells honored with EPIC 2014 Sempervirens Lifetime Achievement – Willits News

EPIC benefit features Joanne Rand – Redwood Times

Local Films at Wild & Scenic – Times Standard

News from the Past – RE: Aerial Application of Herbicides – Redwood Times

Strip Mining Proposal for Wild and Scenic Smith River Denied – Redwood Times

As Feds Look to Protect Pacific Fisher, Yard Signs Urge Growers to Avoid Rat Poison on Marijuana Grows – Lost Coast Outpost

Wolf Issue Comes to Mount ShastaMount Shasta Herald

Oregon Denies Nickel Mining Permit to Protect Smith River – Environment News Service

Cannabis Discussion Begin – Redwood Times

North Coast may be refuge for birds threatened by climate change – Times Standard

Reflections from the Redwood Times of Aug. 16 2005 – Redwood Times

Salmon peril worse than 2002? – Triplicate

Klamath Basin Facing Catastrophic Fish Kill – Times Standard

Klamath Fish Kill in California Looms – Wide Open Spaces

Un-entered Forest: Accord nears among tree-sitters, timber company and environmentalists on the Mattole – North Coast Journal

Third Lawsuit Filed Against Richardson Grove Highway Widening Project – Willits News

Caltrans Brings Fish Scientists to the Smith – Jefferson Public Radio

Gray Wolf Listed as Endangered – North Coast Journal

California Panel Votes to List Gray Wolves as Endangered – KCET

Coastal Voices: Is bringing bigger trucks on highway worth risk? – Triplicate

Enviro Groups Block California Highway Project – Law360

Highway project blocked; Plaintiff: ‘I speak for the fish’ – Triplicate

Fishing Report – The Trinity Journal

Cleanup for Earthday and Then Join a Hoe-Down; Residents are Invited to Various Locations – Times Standard

Study finds Caltrans ‘out of step with the times’; Richardson Grove start date pushed back – Redwood Times

US Navy Treads Troubled Waters – Lumberjack

Endangered Species Act Protection Sought for Rare Coastal Plant in Oregon and California – eNews Park Forest

Public: No to Navy’s training, weapons testing; multiple environmental concerns raised at Eureka meeting – Times Standard

The U.S. Government is helping illegal pot producers destroy California’s water supply – Quartz

Caltrans opens up to public on performance: Department addresses statewide goals, next steps in Richardson Grove project – Times Standard

Mad River Hatchery Continues Spawning Operations After Litigation – KIEM

Caltrans and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day – North Coast Journal

Appeals Court Reverses Richardson Grove Decisions – Times Standard

Changes in store for Trinity River fish hatchery – Two Rivers Tribune

Comments Sought on Spotted Owl– Corning Observer

Federal judge tosses environmental lawsuit against Willits bypass – Willits News

“Encouraging a culture of Philanthropy” – Times Standard

Bypass Mayhem – Bohemian

67 Groups Urge California to Ban Super-toxic Rat Poison – eNews Park Forest

EPIC Opposes Shasta Dam Expansion – Bay Area Indymedia

Environmentalists File Second Lawsuit to Protect Threatened Smith River – East Bay Express

Enviro Groups Urge Court To Block Calif. Highway Expansion Law360 (subscription)

Film fest addresses the ‘crazy dynamic’ of modern society – Times-Standard

Marbled Murrelets and Their Old-growth Forest Habitat Will Remain Protected – Bay Area Indymedia

Abuse of water resources deserves attention – Redwood Times

EPIC Pooh-poohs Poisons – North Coast Journal

Corral Complex burns over 10,000 acres as environmentalists, residents and firefighters disagree – Lost Coast Outpost

Northern Spotted Owl Achieves Candidacy Status Under CESA – Redwood Times

Lessons in the Ashes – North Coast Journal

Spotted owl now endangered species candidate under California Endangered Species Act – Times-Standard

EPIC supports economic connectivity – Times-Standard

Marijuana Crops in California Threaten Forests and Wildlife – New York Times

Threatened Species Smoked by Pot Growers – Earth Island Journal

Federal hearing postponed to June 21 – Willits News

EPIC Sees Willits Bypass Project Construction as a Disservice to our children – Willits News

Eel River stakeholders hear history and concerns from Russian River side of Diversion – Redwood Times

Environmental group sues over Trinity fish hatchery – Record-Searchlight

Willits bypass court case coming down to the wire – Willits News

Suit filed over 199/197 plan – Daily Triplicate

California DOT Hit With Enviro Suit Over $26M Highway Expansion – Law360

Groups sue over Del Norte County highway project – San Jose Mercury News

80-year old deal sought for timber acreage – The Press Democrat

Farm Bureau settles bypass lawsuit – Willits News

California Farm Bureau Settles with Caltrans Over Bypass Lawsuit – KIEM

California Fish and Game Commission Hears Petition to List the Northern Spotted Owl – Sierra Sun Times

Breaking news: California Farm Bureau settles Willits bypass suit – Willits News

Willits bypass work continues as protesters vow more demonstrations – Press Democrat

CHP on alert as work proceeds at Highway 101 Willits bypass – Santa Rosa Press Democrat

Murrelets and Old-growth Forest Habitat Remain Protected – Kansas City InfoZine

The Future of Strawberry Rock – Times Standard

The New Human Vocation Is to Heal the Earth: The Warbler Speaks Out – Huffington Post

Hatchery Rancheria combine efforts – Del Norte Triplicate

Bombing Biodiversity – Humboldt Sentinel

Side Effects – High Country News

Green Diamond Qualifies for FSC Certification, Holds Public Meeting – Times Standard

Greens Say Hatchery Threatens Native Fish – Courthouse News Service

Hatcheries warned of pending suits – Del Norte Triplicate

Bypass lawsuit rolls on as Warbler sits – The Willits News

Feds Aim to Double Habitat for Spotted – Times Standard

Feds’ spotted owl ruling draws criticism; 9.5 million acres for birds exclude  Private Forest Land – Record-Searchlight

EPIC tackles Caltrans, parks issues, pot grows on federal land, and the GPU – Redwood Times

Klamath restoration agreement deadline looms; opponents call for end to settlement – Times-Standard

Federal judge denies injunction to delay Willits bypassRedwood Times

California Highway Plan Speeds Past ObjectionsCourthouse News Service

Humboldt: Federal plan to poison ravens and crows causing concernsWillits News

Officials discuss local raven, crow overpopulation; not all sold on idea of poisoning the birdsTimes-Standard

EPIC requests Forest Service analyze impacts of marijuana growsRedwood Times

Gray Wolves a Step Closer to a Safe Return in CaliforniaCare2.com

Bid to call state’s lone wolf endangeredSan Francisco Chronicle

State fish and game commissioners consider listing grey wolves as endangeredRecord-Searchlight

CalTrans counters bypass injunction bid with its own declarationsWillits News

Injunction Sought to Stop Willits Bypass Project – Times-Standard

Injunction Sought to Stop Construction of Controversial Willits Bypass Project – eNews Park Forest

California may give wolves endangered species statusSummit County Citizens Voice

Scandal Discredits State Park Leadership – Times Standard

Sierra Pacific Got Off Easy – Redding Record Searchlight

Brown moves to limit timber firms’ fire liability – SF Gate

Gov. Jerry Brown’s wildfire-liability plan assailed by U.S. attorney’s office – Sacramento Bee

USFS Claims ‘Jess Project’ Conditions are Associated with Severe Wild Fires – Two Rivers Tribune

Willits bypass out for bid; few county contractors interested so far – Willits News

EPIC joins others in lawsuit challenging Willits bypass – Redwood Times

Tall OrderA judge tells Caltrans to redo its Richardson Grove maps, and yet everybody’s smiling – North Coast Journal

Greens Challenge California Freeway ProjectCourthouse News Service

Measure twice, report some more – Times-Standard

Cattle grazing permit renewal halted on Marble Mountain land – Siskiyou Daily

Dam Raising Treat: Certain Wildlife Lives Only Around the Lake – Redding Searchlight

Research needed on Threat Highway Poses to Redwoods – Courthouse News Service

Judge Orders Caltrans to Redo Richardson Grove Maps – The Times Standard

Bigger Spotted Owl Habitat Proposed – The Record Searchlight

Environmental Groups Targets SPI Logging Plans – Trinity Journal

Lone wolf’s arrival leads to protection petition – San Francisco Chronicle

Judge to make decision on Richardson Grove project; sides presented on case Thursday – Times Standard

Another View: Protecting state’s forests serves the public interest – Sacramento Bee

Conservation Groups Move to Protect Humboldt Marten The Lumberjack

Conservation groups file intent to sue national fisheries Times Standard

2012: A critical year for the future of California state parks Times Standard

US Fish and Wildlife Service reviewing Humboldt marten protection Times Standard

Concerns, Support Over Klamath Dam Removal Continue – Times Standard

Dam Elimination Advocates Support Public Review of Klamath Dam Removal Project; Fish and Game Holding Public Meetings Next Week – Times Standard

California Land Sale Flouted Threatened Owl – Courthouse News Service

Legal Fund Benefit for Grove a Success – Redwood Times

Should This Owl Be Killed So Another Owl Can Live? – Sacramento Bee

Parkland, Not Farmland – Daily Triplicate

Private Cattle Grazing Will No Longer be allowed on Tolowa Dunes – Times Standard

Gaye Lebaron: Beyond Redwood Curtain to Another Humboldt – Press Democrat

Legal Weapon – North Coast Journal

EPIC Changes – North Coast Journal

EPIC Will Work to Save State Parks Vital to Economy and Ecology Says New ED – Redwood Times

EPIC to Host Forum on Industrial Logging – Times Standard

Judge Grants Preliminary Injunction on Richardson Grove Project – Northcoast Journal

Richardson Grove Injunction Cites Inconsistencies in Environmetnal Review – Times Standard

Preliminary Injunction Granted in Richardson Grove Case – Times Standard

Richardson Grove Injunction Ruling Postponed; EPIC Hoping for Decision Next Week – Times Standard

Does Size Matter? Are Bigger Trucks Really Better for the Economy? – Redwood Times

Karuk Tribe Handed Partial Victory in Legal Fight Against Forest Service – Lost Coast Outpost

Environmental Coalation Threatens North Coast Railroad Authority with Lawsuit – The Times Standard

Environmental Groups File Injunction on Richardson Grove Project; Motion to Stop Project Claiming Lack of Information, Irreparable Damage – The Times Standard

Caltrans STAA Juggernaut Stalls at Richardson Grove – The Lumberjack

Impaired Parks are Cause for Alarm – The Times Standard

Groups Petition for Chinook Salmon – Record Searchlight

NOAA finds petition to list Chinook salmon in Upper Klamath and Trinity rivers basin may be warranted – NOAA

Richardson Grove Project Up For Bid – The Lumberjack

Environmental groups ask feds to protect spring chinook  – Times Standard

Groups seek protection for Klamath Chinook salmon  – Washington Post

Environmental groups ask feds to protect spring chinook; petition considers   – Contra Costa Times

Environmental groups want Klamath River salmon listed as Endangered Species – KDRV

Conservationists Seek Endangered Status For Chinook Salmon In Klamath River – OPB News

Conservation groups seek Endangered Species Act listing for Klamath River   – OregonLive.com

Endangered Species Act Protection Sought for Klamath River Chinook Salmon  – Center for Biological Diversity

Humboldt marten on the precipice; environmental groups ask feds to protect rare weasel subspecies – Times Standard

Groups, individuals file federal lawsuit over Richardson Grove – Contra Costa Times

San Francisco Bay Area city joins Richardson Grove project fight – Times Standard

Redwoods at Center of Debate in Humboldt County – California Report KPBS

Parting the Redwood Curtain– High Mountain News

Green Diamond clear-cuts The Humboldt Hearald

Suit filed to protect ancient redwoods from Caltrans Highway Project – YubaNet

Suit filed to halt 101 widening in Richardson Grove -The Press Democrat

Suit says Highway 101 plan threatens redwoods – The San Francisco Chronicle

Enviros sue to block Hwy 101 widening – San Jose Mercury News

Caltrans Sued Over Highway Project Through Redwood Forest – The SF Weekly

Enviros sue to block Hwy 101 widening – CBS

Enviros sue to block Hwy 101 widening– KGET

Enviros sue to block Hwy 101 widening – KPSP

Suit says Highway 101 plan threatens redwoods– San Francisco Chronicle

Environmentalists sue state over tree removal – KGUN

Suit filed to halt 101 widening in Richardson Grove – istockAnalyst.com

Enviros sue to block Hwy 101 widening – Daily Comet

Enviros sue to block Hwy 101 widening – Ventura County Star

Enviros sue to block Hwy 101 widening – MyMotherLode.com

Enviros sue to block Hwy 101 widening – KTVN

Enviros sue to block Hwy 101 widening – KION

Enviros sue to block Hwy 101 widening – Fresno Bee

Enviros sue to block Hwy 101 widening – KMPH Fox 26

Enviros sue to block Hwy 101 widening – San Francisco Examiner

Enviros sue to block Hwy 101 widening – Modesto Bee

Enviros sue to block Hwy 101 widening – Washington Examiner

Enviros sue to block Hwy 101 widening – KSWT-TV

Enviros sue to block Hwy 101 widening – Press-Enterprise

Enviros sue to block Hwy 101 widening – Marin Independent-Journal

Enviros Sue To Block Hwy 101 Widening – CBS 13

Enviros sue to block Hwy 101 widening – San Diego Union Tribune

Enviros sue to block Hwy 101 widening – Contra Costa Times

Enviros sue to block Hwy 101 widening – Times-Standard

Enviros Sue To Block Hwy 101 Widening – CBS 2

Enviros sue to block Hwy 101 widening – Sacramento Bee

Enviros sue to block Hwy 101 widening – Monterey County Herald

Enviros sue to block Hwy 101 widening – San Jose Mercury News

Suit filed to halt 101 widening in Richardson Grove – Santa Rosa Press Democrat

Caltrans Sued Over Highway Project Through Redwood Forest – SF Weekly

Deforestation and Climate Change Speech
October 24, 2009

Green Sturgeon gets partial protection
The Eureka Times-Standard
April 5, 2005

Harbor Plan too industry-heavy?
The North Coast Journal
March 31, 2005

Logging challenged along Klamath River tributary
The Associated Press
February 14, 2005

New sales reignite timber battles
San Francisco Chronicle
December 13, 2004

Parasite with a purpose: Protection for lamprey considered
The Redding Record Searchlight
December 12, 2004

EPIC honors Clary of CATs
The Eureka Reporter
November 29, 2004

Judge blocks Klamath logging plan
The Associated Press
October 16, 2004

Judge fells federal timber project
The Eureka Times-Standard
October 15, 2004

Endangered seabird could lose protection
San Francisco Chronicle
September 2, 2004

Marbled murrelet decision may muddle species’ status
The Eureka Times-Standard
September 2, 2004

Eureka plans to develop a portion of Palco Marsh
The Eureka Reporter
July 15, 2004

New roadless rule reignites forest conflict
The Redding Record Searchlight
July 15, 2004

Environmental groups oppose extension of Waterfront Drive
The Eureka Times-Standard
June 29, 2004

Logging plan greeted coolly
Los Angeles Times
May 29, 2004