Environment

October 2021

Klamath Prescribed Fire Training Attracts People From Around the Globe to Learn And Burn From the Epicenter of Cultural Burning

THE ECONEWS REPORT: Redistricting Ruckus

ECONEWS REPORT: Broadway — Dangerous By Design?

Eureka’s Needle Exchange Was One of Several Targeted by Eco-Rooted Lawsuits. A New State Law Will Stop That.

ECONEWS REPORT: Eel River Salmon Win Before FERC

‘BIRD’ LANDS IN FORTUNA: Phone App-Activated E-Scooters to Reduce Carbon Emissions While Helping Citizens Get Around in the Friendly City

September 2021

Consultant in NCRA Rail Takeover Bid Says Project Has Been Misrepresented, But Document Reveals Coal Connections and Wiyot Tribe Involvement

FLOWING AGAIN! South Fork of the Eel Reconnects to the Main River After Recent Rainfall

Sen. Mike McGuire Introduces Legislation Meant to Derail Proposed Humboldt Bay Coal Train Route

South Fork of the Eel Not Connected to Main River Due to Extreme Drought Conditions

ECONEWS REPORT: What Smells at Stinky Beach?

ECONEWS REPORT: What Fresh Hell is This Coal Train, Now?

With Plans to Buy 10 Hydrogen-Powered Buses, Humboldt Transit Authority Takes One on a Test Drive

THE ECONEWS REPORT: Walking in the Footsteps of Roosevelt and Muir

Aiming to Ship Coal Out of Humboldt Bay, Shadowy Corporation Makes Bid to Take Over NCRA Line

August 2021

Federal Judge Rules For Caltrans in Lawsuit Over Road-Widening Project Through Richardson Grove

ECONEWS REPORT: It’s Coastal Cleanup Time

July 2021

ECONEWS REPORT: Charting a Course for Offshore Wind

Public Health Urges Swimmers to Beware After Dog Dies, Person Sickened By Cyanobacteria on Local Rivers

ECONEWS REPORT: How Can Enviro Voters Increase their Power?

ECONEWS REPORT: Clam Beach Pollution Mystery Solved?

ECONEWS REPORT: A Victory for Summer Steelhead

June 2021

ECONEWS REPORT: Rep. Jared Huffman on Dams, Wild Places and the State of the North Coast Environment on Capitol Hill

Rio Dell Declares Drought Emergency, Activates Alternative Well System

Enviro Groups to Sue U.S. Forest Service for Failing to Clean Up Toxic Waste Left by Trespass Cannabis Grows

ECONEWS REPORT: Is Your Fish Safe to Eat?

Looking for the Safest Local Seafood to Eat, Mercury-Wise? Baykeeper Has an Updated Chart for That

ECONEWS REPORT: The Bundy Bunch Crash the Klamath (and Other News)

ECONEWS REPORT: Enviros Cheer Caltrans? Last Chance Grade Planning Gets High Marks from the EcoNews

Faced With Massive Juvenile Salmon Infection and Year After Year of Drought, Karuk Tribe Declares a Climate Change State of Emergency

May 2021

THE ECONEWS REPORT: It Sounds Great on Paper: The 30x30 Movement

‘Low Levels’ of Algae Toxins Found in Mad River Already This Year, Blue Lake Rancheria Says; Tribe, Partners Will Continue to Monitor

SURVEY: The County Wants Your Input on Sea Level Rise Around Humboldt Bay

Local Environmental Groups Laud Nordic Aquafarms’ Decision to Complete a Full Environmental Impact Report

THE ECONEWS REPORT: Salmon’s Struggle in the Shasta

Lawmakers Propose $57 Million in Disaster Relief After Bureau of Reclamation Turns Off Water for Thousands of Farmers in Response to Klamath Water Crisis

ECONEWS REPORT: From Pulp Mill to Salmon Farm? Examining Nordic AquaFarms’ Proposed Fish Factory

New Bicycle-Powered Business Offers Compost Pickup for Arcata Residents; Will Host ‘Bike Party’ on the Plaza to Celebrate Grand Opening

Hoopa Valley Tribe Excoriates Biden Administration For Continuing to Defend Trump-Era Changes to Trinity River Environmental Restoration

Local Schools and Local Sculptor Adorn Jolly Giant Creek With Art That Celebrates It

ECONEWS REPORT: Protecting the ‘Grand Canyon’ of the Eel River

Court Orders Glendale-Based Kernen Construction Co. to Pay $2M Penalty for Toxic Stormwater Runoff

ECONEWS REPORT: May = Bike Month Humboldt

April 2021

Karuk Tribe, Cattlemen’s Association and Environmental Group Endorse Potential Legislation That Would Expand Cultural, Prescribed Burns

ECONEWS REPORT: Sea Level Rise – Is California Doomed?

Klamath Basin Tribes, Conservationists and Fishermen Ask Biden Administration for $250M in Drought Relief

THE ECONEWS REPORT: Redwood Creek Still Struggling from 1970s Logging Pollution

Citing Drought and Mismanagement, Yurok Tribe Sounds Alarm Over Imperiled Klamath River Salmon

ECONEWS REPORT: Lawless Logging on Six Rivers National Forest

ECONEWS REPORT: Friends of the Eel River Force FERC to Comply with the Endangered Species Act


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