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Malibu Times
By Drew Irby
Wednesday, March 15, 2017

Taking out the Rindge Dam may be expensive, but it’s not providing any benefit to people any longer, and it continues to impact the ecology and water quality of Malibu Creek — once home to one of the strongest runs of Southern Steelhead. It’s hard to put a price tag on our natural capital. What we do know, once an iconic species winks out and a creek is reduced to a hexagonal flood control channel with a parking lot over it, is that capital can no longer provide as profitable a return.

Monterey Herald
By Jim Johnson
Friday, March 10, 2017

Thursday’s decision by the California Wildlife Conservation Board to allocate $4.5 million to the Rancho Cañada acquisition — the biggest single contribution — put the effort that included the Monterey Regional Park District, the Santa Lucia Conservancy and Trout Unlimited over the top less than a year after the conservation deal was announced in April.

Stratford (Ct.) Star
By John Kovach
Thursday, February 23, 2017
Many anglers would rather see a dear friend catch the big one, and that unfolded over the weekend.
Wiscasset (Maine) Newspaper
By Phil Di Vece
Thursday, February 23, 2017
The Wiscasset Conservation Commission is putting off making a recommendation on Montsweag Dam until the panel meets with Fire Chief T.J. Merry.
Real Vail
By David O. Williams
Thursday, February 2, 2017

U.S. Rep. Jason Chaffetz, R-Utah, who grew up in Grand County, Colo., fanned the flames of intense debate over federal ownership of public lands this week, for the fifth time floating a bill to sell off millions of acres of U.S. Bureau of Land Management land across the West, including more than 90,000 acres in Colorado.


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