Category: California

Why does the Sierra Club even bother to call itself “Sierra Club” anymore?

This group continues to claim they have some nonsensical “complex history” when they – quite clearly – do not. They’re just environmental extremists who have no clue as to how to be good stewards of the planet. They don’t understand conservation. And using “Sierra” in their name doesn’t make much sense as they have no …

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American Wildlife Conservation Partners Release “Wildlife for the 21st Century Volume VI”

The American Wildlife Conservation Partners (AWCP) has released the latest volume of their seminal publication, “Wildlife for the 21st Century.” Volume six is designed to help policymakers in the Executive as well as Congressional branches of the federal government make informed decisions regarding the implementation of science-based conservation of wildlife. This manuscript and the recommendations …

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The National Forest Foundation officially launches 2nd Annual National Forest Week

This year marks the second year of National Forest Week, which is a week-long celebration of our national forest and grasslands. The program was started in 2019 by the National Forest Foundation, which is a congressionally chartered non-profit parter to the U.S. Forest Service. National Forest Week happens the second week in July every year.

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United States Forest Service clears the air about “satanic cult” signs popping up in the San Bernardino Mountains

I got an email asking about a sign that someone had seen up at Jenks Lake in the San Bernardino mountains. I hadn’t heard of any new signs, but checked it out. It appears that there’s a sign posted stating that there’s “increased satanic cult activity” in the area. The “sign” is an 8.5”x11” sheet …

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California Department of Fish and Wildlife reacts quickly to stop spread of virus in fish hatcheries

Awhile ago I posted about the release of Chinook Salmon into the wild. I received some email asking about the annual release of rainbow trout, and noticed that there wasn’t anything coming from the ten fish hatcheries that usually participate in this.

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