EcoNews Vol. 42, No. 4- Aug/Sept 2012

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EcoNews Vol. 42, No. 4 - Aug/Sep 2012

      
            

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- In This Issue -

 

Regular Features:

News From the Center

Kin to the Earth - Rachel Carson - 50 Years after Silent Spring

Legislative Watch - D.C. Heats Up!

Blast from the Past - More But Not Better, December 1978

EcoMania 

Good News

Creature Feature - Banana slug Ariolimax spp.

Kids Page - Discover Oak Woodlands

 

Articles:

World on Fire

Climate Change by the Numbers

What's Next for Humboldt's Energy?

Advocating for a Bay [T]rail

Rat Poison Threatens Rare Forest Carnivore

Lamprey Return to the Eel River

If You are What You Eat, Do You Know What You're Eating?

Dredge Mining Ban Extended Indefinitely

 

Web-only Articles:

The Ongoing Struggle for Water on the Scott River Threatens Coho Survival

15th Annual Coho Confab, Aug 17-19

Plaza Point—A New Energy-Efficient Complex in Arcata

Trinity Water May Avert Another Fish Kill on the Klamath

Troubled Waters of Battle Creek Still Troubled

Discovering Fungi's Place in Permaculture

PRESS RELEASE: Wolf Protections in California May Be Warranted

 

Group Pages:

EPIC - Clearcutting Triggers Hotter Fires and Reduces
               Water Supplies
               Doubling Down on Protections for the Northern Spotted Owl

Humboldt Baykeeper - County Bag Ban Update
                                                 Explore the Bay with Humboldt Baykeeper!

Green Wheels - Get Involved with Your Local Cycling Community

Friends of the Eel River - What's Really Holding Up Railbanking
                                                      on the North Coast?

Mattole Restoration Council - A New Paradigm for the
                                                               Timber Economy

Sierra Club-North Group, Redwood Chapter  

California Native Plant Society, North Coast Chapter Happenings

Redwood Region Audubon Society - Sandpiper (pdf)

 

Upcoming NEC Events:

 

28th Annual Coastal Cleanup Day is Sept 15th!

All Species Parade & Mask-making Workshops!