Promoting Bird Habitat Conservation in the Central Valley

Promoting Bird Habitat Conservation in the Central Valley

Promoting Bird Habitat Conservation in the Central Valley The Central Valley of California hosts one of the largest concentrations of migratory birds in the world; more than 100 million birds representing 400 species use the valley annually. Much of the Central...
Partnering With Tribal Leaders to Protect a Sacred Space

Partnering With Tribal Leaders to Protect a Sacred Space

Partnering With Tribal Leaders to Protect a Sacred Space Puvungna, a 22-acre parcel of land on the California State University-Long Beach (CSULB) campus, holds historical, cultural, and religious significance for the region’s Native American Tribal groups. Listed on...
Flipping the Narrative from Big Oil to Social Justice

Flipping the Narrative from Big Oil to Social Justice

Flipping the Narrative from Big Oil to Social Justice Image: César Nije, Justice is Love Oil and gas drilling pose grave dangers to public health, especially for people in frontline communities like those in Kern County, California, who live, work and go to school...
Supporting Klamath River Restoration

Supporting Klamath River Restoration

Supporting Klamath River Restoration For more than a century, farmers and ranchers, Native American Tribes and conservationists have battled over how to allocate the Klamath Basin’s limited water supplies. After devastating drought in 2001-2002 brought clashes between...