Environment

January 2023

THE ECONEWS REPORT: The Central Valley Project and its North Coast Connections

THE ECONEWS REPORT: Climate Change Supercharging Winter Storms

THE ECONEWS REPORT: Poets Jerry Martien and Katy Gurin Welcome the New Year with Poetry

December 2022

THE ECONEWS REPORT: California’s Third Shakiest Earthquake?

THE ECONEWS REPORT: Trespass Cannabis Grows Polluting Surface Water?

THE ECONEWS REPORT: Port Redevelopment to Support Offshore Wind Construction

Yurok and Karuk Tribes Decry Federal Proposal to Cut Klamath River Flows

(PHOTOS) Estuary Restoration Project on Mad River (Baduwa’t) Opens Acres of Fish Habitat, New Public Trail

THE ECONEWS REPORT: How to Make Ethical Decisions in Complicated World

November 2022

THE ECONEWS REPORT: Do We Have a Human Right Not to Die in the Climate Wars?

Fortuna Trucking Company Agrees to Pay $72K Penalty For Three Raw Milk Spills in Lake County

THE ECONEWS REPORT: EcoNews Election Wrap-Up

THE ECONEWS REPORT: How Do We Count The Fish

THE ECONEWS REPORT: Rewilding California

October 2022

THE ECONEWS REPORT: Grrrroovy Eel River Issues

Friends of the Eel River Sues County for Failure to Protect Public Trust by Regulating Groundwater Extractions in Lower Eel

THE ECONEWS REPORT: How to Make our Roads Safer — Achieving a Vision of Zero Road Deaths

THE ECONEWS REPORT: PG&E Spraying, and the Spraying Last Time

Local Environmental Groups Share What They Know About PG&E’s Current Herbicide Plans

THE ECONEWS REPORT: Which Way the Wind Festival

September 2022

THE ECONEWS REPORT: New Research Calls Into Question Carbon Offsets From Northwest California Forests

Prescribed Burns Planned For Bald Hills This Fall

THE ECONEWS REPORT: A Love Story About the Klamath Mountains

Coastal Commission OKs Critical Improvements to Keep Arcata’s Wastewater Treatment Facility Up and Running; Staff Have Five Years to Develop Long-Term Strategies to Address Sea-Level Rise

State Awards $5 Million Grant for Forest Health and Wildfire Resilience Near Petrolia and Salmon Creek

THE ECONEWS REPORT: Klamath River Woes, But Progress on Dam Removal

August 2022

THE ECONEWS REPORT: How Will the IRA Impact Humboldt?

Friends of the Eel River Plans to Sue County, Says Groundwater Pumping Harms Fish Ecosystem

Local Tribes Demand Immediate Action After Upstream Farming Association Found to be Illegally Diverting Shasta River Water From Reaching the Klamath

THE ECONEWS REPORT: Wiyot Tribe Celebrates Rematriation of Coastal Forest

Fishermen and Conservation Groups Appeal Nordic Aquafarms’ Environmental Report Certification to Humboldt County Supervisors

The Spring Salmon Run on the Klamath Rebounded a Bit This Year, Says Karuk Tribe, but Mudslides Put the Fish in Peril

THE ECONEWS REPORT: Exploring California’s Coasts, With Obi Kaufmann

THE ECONEWS REPORT: Big Doings on the Beautiful Eel River

(PHOTOS) ELK RIVER ESTUARY ENHANCEMENT: Huffman Tours Project Site to Learn More About Restoration Strategies and Local Efforts to Curb Sea Level Rise

Huffman Tours the Future Hydrogen Fueling Station, Credits Humboldt Transit Authority for Taking the Lead in Zero-Emission Public Transportation on the North Coast

Redwood National Park Closes ‘Hyperion,’ World’s Tallest Tree, to the Public While Officials Determine How to Prevent Environmental Degradation in the Area

July 2022

THE ECONEWS REPORT: Healing Humboldt’s Wildlife

[UPDATED] Near Catastrophe: Fuel Barge Carrying 1.7 Million Gallons of Diesel Collided With the South Jetty Last Month, Damaging Its Hull; Coast Guard Investigating

THE ECONEWS REPORT: #LandBack is Environmentalism

Meet the Tribal Kids Who Are Training to Be the First to Shoot the Length of the Klamath in Kayaks, Once the Dams Are Gone

THE ECONEWS REPORT: Marbled Murrelets Win in Court

Coastal Commission Reviews Sea Level Mitigation Measures for Arcata-Eureka Highway 101 Corridor

For Many Complicated Reasons, There is No Dammed Swimming Hole at Freshwater Creek This Summer, But the County Hopes to Bring it Back Next Year

Final Environmental Impact Report for Nordic Aquafarms Project Released; Planning Commission Hearing Planned for Later This Month

June 2022

THE ECONEWS REPORT: Elections Wrap-Up

TRESPASS GROW CLEANUP: Yes, Criminals Are Still Growing Weed on Public Lands, Apparently, and the Six Rivers National Forest Just Led a Big Reclamation Project

THE ECONEWS REPORT: California’s Climate Plan Misses the Mark?

THE ECONEWS REPORT: Power Grid Issues Limit Future Wind Development

Supes Advance Climate Action Plan Despite Bushnell’s Skepticism About Its Compatibility With ‘Rural Living’


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