Monthly Archives: November 2010
Today’s news confirms that the logic of comprehensive management is everywhere, with the nation of Georgia developing a Green Plan, the ‘Plan Verde’ of Mexico City establishing a model for the whole of Latin America
Have you written letters in support of rivers and fish for years, but never thought of yourself as an advocate? Volunteered to study fish or rebuild fish passages on the weekends over decades? Do you run an organization doing great … Continue reading
On October 15th, 2010, advisors for the Council of Elders met in Chiloquin, Oregon to discuss RRI’s second project on federal subsidies. The retired federal agency land managers and other experts discussed the current status of federal land management regulations.
Defense of Place founder Huey D. Johnson helped create Pt. Reyes National Seashore. And he hasn’t forgotten the original intention to give Drake’s Bay the wilderness status it deserves.