Environment

February 2021

THE ECONEWS REPORT: What’s Next for Rep. Huffman’s Wilderness Bill?

January 2021

THE ECONEWS REPORT: What Can the August Complex Tell Us About the Fires of the Future?

Lanphere and Ma-le’l Dunes Designated National Natural Landmarks by U.S. Department of the Interior

THE ECONEWS REPORT: The Sagebrush Rebellion and the Sacking of the Capitol

THE ECONEWS REPORT: What is Jackson State Forest Telling Us, and How Should We Manage It?

December 2020

At Night the Community Forest Belongs to the Animals and Not to Mountain Bikers, the City of Arcata Reminds You

THE ECONEWS REPORT: 2020 Humboldt County Environmental Roundup

(VIDEO) Short Documentary Explores How Klamath Dams Have Damaged the Health of Local Tribes and the River That Feeds Them

THE ECONEWS REPORT: Biden’s First 100 Days for the Environment

THE ECONEWS REPORT: Are Toxic Tires Killing Salmon?

Environmental Groups Say Spotted Owl is Going Extinct, Charge Federal Government With Negligence in Managing for the Species

THE ECONEWS REPORT: The Blue-Sky Thinking Episode

November 2020

ECONEWS REPORT: Let’s Talk About Broadway

Dungeness Crab Season Delayed Until Mid-December Due to Low Weight in Meat Quality Tests

THE ECONEWS REPORT: Election Post-Mortem

October 2020

THE ECONEWS REPORT: Is Justice Amy Coney Barrett a Threat to the Environment?

THE ECONEWS REPORT: New Zealand Mudsnails Invade the Mad River

North Coast Tribes and Nonprofits Target Warren Buffett in Klamath River Day of Action

ECONEWS REPORT: Let’s Have Some Real Talk About the Green New Deal

Friends of the Dunes Assumes Temporary Management of 357 Acres of Samoa Dunes, Wetlands and Coastal Forest; Organization Looking Outside to Determine Permanent Ownership of Dog Ranch Property

THE ECONEWS REPORT: Local Fire Ecologist Lenya Quinn-Davidson on This Year’s Record Fire Season

ECONEWS REPORT: About Those Organic Toxins Found in the Mad River This Year

September 2020

THE ECONEWS REPORT: Obi Kaufmann Paints the Forests of California and Tells Their Stories

THE ECONEWS REPORT: Interpreting the Parks

SMOKE REPORT: Conditions Looking Good on the Coast; Relief Possibly Coming for Inland Areas With Chance of Rain Later in the Week

(UPDATE) Toxic Cyanobacteria Discovered in Mad River, Says Blue Lake Rancheria; Avoid Contact With Water Near Blue Lake

THE ECONEWS REPORT: It’s Coastal Cleanup … Month?

THE ECONEWS REPORT: Building Cities for People, Not Cars

August 2020

THE ECONEWS REPORT: ‘Dog Ranch’ Dunes Saved from Development

A Company at a Crossroads: Huffman’s Klamath Forum Wraps With Sharp Questioning of Power Company Executive

Harbor District, Friends of the Dunes Develop Agreement With Security National to Acquire Oceanfront Dog Ranch, Conservation Group Announces

THE ECONEWS REPORT: Round-up Show! Billboards, Birdwatching and the Trump Administration’s Attack on Federal Environmental Laws

Court Sides With EPIC, Says Post-Fire Mendocino Forests Can’t Be Logged as Part of ‘Road Maintenance’

THE ECONEWS REPORT: What Will the Next Plan for the Northwest’s Forests Look Like?

July 2020

With Klamath Dam Removal Plan Going Sideways, Gov. Newsom Pleads With Warren Buffett to Salvage Deal

Local Enviro Group EPIC Joins Lawsuit Challenging Trump Administration’s ‘Attack’ on Federal Environmental Laws

Eureka Seafood Processing Plant Agrees to Pay $75k to Settle Old Eureka Sewage Violations, EPA Says

THE ECONEWS REPORT: A State of the Klamath Update: A Spirited Discussion on What That Big Federal Energy Regulatory Commission Decision Means

THE ECONEWS REPORT: A Proposed New Central Valley Dam Could Have Big Impacts on the Trinity River

THE ECONEWS REPORT: Treesits and Forest Defense in 2020

THE ECONEWS REPORT: The State of the Klamath

June 2020

THE ECONEWS REPORT: Let’s Talk About the Fabulous Abalone, With Author Ann Vileisis

McKAY RANCH SUBDIVISION: Environmental Groups Voice Concerns About 81-Acre, 320-Unit Development Planned in Cutten

U.S. Supreme Court Refuses to Hear 18-Year-Old Klamath Water Rights Case, Upholding Tribal Primacy

THE ECONEWS REPORT: Why Spring- and Summer-Run Salmonids are So Damn Interesting and Weird

THE ECONEWS REPORT: Kristen Lark, Ranger of the Six River National Forest’s Mad River Ranger District

County Receives $300K in EPA Funding to Continue Toxic Cleanup and Development on the Samoa Peninsula

May 2020

THE ECONEWS REPORT: Humboldt Social Media-Friendly Naturalist John Griffith

THE ECONEWS REPORT: Roundup — Dams, Billboards, Wildfire Smoke and All the Recent News

THE ECONEWS REPORT: An Existential Toolkit for the Climate Generation


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