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  Posted on 8/20/2014
WHERE DO TRANSPORTATION AND HEAVY INDUSTRY FIT IN AN ERA OF LOW IMPACT DEVELOPMENT?
Balancing social, economic, and environmental health is key to building a sustainable Los Angeles. Industries like transportation and goods movement are vital to our economy and social health. How do we challenge and celebrate these industries in our pursuit of sustainability? On September 30 in Downtown Los Angeles, leading players in heavy industry will gather to discuss this question. more...
    
  Posted on 7/15/2014
JOIN US!
Announcing a new membership program for people who care about clean water, reliable local water supplies, ample parks and open spaces, protected natural habitats, revitalized rivers, and vibrant communities. more...
    
  Posted on 9/11/2014
  A REPORTER'S JOURNEY DOWN THE “MOST ENDANGERED” RIVER IN AMERICA - CALIFORNIA’S SAN JOAQUIN
  Last year readers voted for John D. Sutter, a CNN reporter, to do a story on the “most endangered” river in the country as part of his Change the List project. Many rivers could vie for that title...the San Joaquin was chosen in 2014 because it’s at a turning point. more...
    
  Posted on 9/11/2014
  2014 CALIFORNIA INVASIVE PLANT COUNCIL SYMPOSIUM REGISTRATION OPEN
  Join fellow land managers, researchers, and conservationists for our 23rd Cal-IPC Symposium in the college town of Chico at the confluence of the Sierra, the volcanic Cascades and the Central Valley. more...
    
   
  
  
  
September 30
TRANSPORTATION AND HEAVY INDUSTRY IN AN ERA OF LOW IMPACT DEVELOPMENT
  
  
October 08
CALIFORNIA INVASIVE PLANT COUNCIL SYMPOSIUM
  
  
October 16
RIVERWALK 2014
  
  
November 01
SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA BOTANISTS SYMPOSIUM