Category Archives: Conservation

Even Worse News about the Bureau of Land Management

Climate and Environment Trump’s pick for managing federal lands doesn’t believe the government should have any Weashington Post Online < https://www.washingtonpost.com/climate-environment/trumps-pick-for-managing-federal-lands-doesnt-believe-the-government-should-have-any/2019/07/31/0bc1118c-b2cf-11e9-8949-5f36ff92706e_story.html > By Steven Mufson July 31 President Trump’s pick for managing federal lands doesn’t think the federal government should … Continue reading

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Killed Off Half the Oysters in 20 Years

From the Bay Journal (you know, the one that EPA tried to de-fund — yeah, that Bay Journal) [This story is particularly poignant for me, given the recent death of Kincey Potter, my wife and a strong and effective advocate … Continue reading

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Conservation Magazine: Science-based Biodiversity Conservation for the Continental USA

The kind of approach to conservation planning that needs to be extended to lots of areas, including multi-island/transnational planning for island areas. From the April edition of Conservation Magazine —  conservationmagazine.org http://conservationmagazine.org/2015/04/the-us-could-save-its-unique-wildlife-by-protecting-9-areas/ The US Could Save its Unique Wildlife by … Continue reading

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FORGOTTEN FORESTRY INFORMATION OF PUERTO RICO

Originally posted on Frank H. Wadsworth:
FORGOTTEN FORESTRY INFORMATION OF PUERTO RICO Frank H. Wadsworth 8-24-2014 Volunteer, International Institute of Tropical Forestry Now that the island is more than half covered with forests and we are having an unprecedented number…

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