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EHL Newsletter • Fall 2020
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Mountain lion benefits from settlement agreement with City of Temecula

A legal settlement has ensured proper habitat plan compliance and widened a vital linkage.
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San Onofre State Beach protection now enshrined in state law
Wrapping up our long battle to save the park, state law now prohibits all road construction through San Onofre State Beach and adjacent lands.
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San Diego North County multiple species plan to move forward
After years of fits and starts, the County Board of Supervisors selected the best and most comprehensive path forward for the North County Multiple Species Conservation Program, or NC MSCP.
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Los Angeles County Climate Action Plan in progress
EHL has commented on a draft Climate Action Plan that is promising but needs more work.
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EHL in the News
EHL was quoted on a habitat conservation plan for the Santa Ana River Wash and had a letter on fire hazard published.
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Poetry by Jess Morton
The Snake    

I’ve got it in my gunny sack
the ranger called, then gave a shout
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