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Field Report Summer 2014

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In This Issue:

  • Preserving Los Angeles’ Last Great Wilderness
  • Thirteen Compelling Reasons for Congress to Work Together
  • King of the Forest…or Not
  • More Camping, Less Traffic at Yosemite?
  • Clearing the Air at Joshua Tree
  • Hiker’s Shuttle at Joshua Tree National Park?
  • Eco-Divers & Bubble-Spotters: NPCA Sponsors a Colorado River Clean-Up
  • California School Kids Share What They Love about National Parks
  • Preserve Manzanar’s History
  • Mountain Lions at Risk
  • Right Project, Wrong Place
  • Making the Case in D.C.
  • See America Without Leaving Home

Previous Issues

Winter 2014 (PDF, 1.1 MB)

  • Tower Trouble
  • National Parks and Local Economies
  • A Birthday Present for the Parks
  • One Year Later: Recommendations for Expanding César Chávez Monument Into a National Historic Park
  • Mammoths & the Military
  • NPCA Welcomes New Program Manager for Los Angeles
  • West Coast’s First Marine Wilderness One Step Closer to Protection

Summer 2013 (PDF, 761 KB)

  • Victory Achieved: Eagle Mountain Landfill Finally Trashed
  • Victory on the Way
  • Two Steps Forward and a Big Cloud
  • Yosemite’s Merced River Plan
  • Death Valley Night Skies
  • YOU Did It!
  • Pacific Regional Staff Visits Rim of the Valley Corridor

Autumn/Winter 2012 (PDF, 761 KB)

  • NPCA and Allies Challenge Cadiz Water Project in San Bernardino County Superior Court
  • A Japanese-American WWII Incarceration Site: NPCA’s Role
  • Honoring Cesar Chavez
  • Restoring Hetch Hetchy — Opportunity for a Step in the Right Direction
  • Congress Sequester Damaging to “America’s Best Idea”
  • An Opportunity for Cleaner Air
  • Investing in Solar Energy While Protecting Our Desert National Parks
  • The Wild and Scenic San Joaquin

 

 

 

 

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