Bold Visions is a small conservation organization in New Mexico that embodies the heart and soul of the old conservation movement, when people were willing to put their lives on the line to save the planet. And recently, they asked some important questions for everyone to consider.
Mon, Mar 14, 2016, 5:13 pm John Servais
“By consolidating small ‘isolated’ wetlands into one central, large mass has proven over time to preserve wetland integrity by reducing outside impacts. Think of it as reducing the amount of perimeter exposed.”
I do not know if this person believes this, or is lying, and which one is worse? Continue reading
One of the saddest and stupidest planning decisions I have seen since living here…more destruction of the irreplaceable Semiahmoo Spit. Continue reading
Saturday, November 14, 2015 Dan McShane
The Forest Practices Board met on Tuesday, November 10, 2015 (fpb_mtgpacket). One part of the meeting was to consider adopting an update to the Forest Board Manual Section 16 Guidelines for Evaluating Potentially Unstable Slopes and Landforms. Continue reading
October 4, 2015