A publication of Bureau of Land Management in California
Issue 192 - 1/26/05
- Special photo feature:
- Land use planning: variety of topics, from all over California
- Recreation on public lands
- Wild horses and burros
- Not for educators only:
- Wildlife trivia question of the week
- Special Status plant of the week
- Meet your Advisory Council members: Carl Twisselman
- Profile: Van Salas
- Bookstore feature: "California Spring Wildflowers"
- Headlines and highlights: BLM jobs, wild horse legislation, more
"Pogonip on northern California public lands" (News.bytes Extra)
LAND USE PLANNING
"BLM hosts resource
planning meeting" (Amador County Ledger-Dispatch, 1/21/2005)
"Citizenry sounds off
on hiking, habitat plan; Raucous hall scene of debate over valley's development"
(Palm Springs Desert Sun, 1/25/2005)
Related: "Conservation proposal raises desert hikers' ire" (Riverside Press-Enterprise, 1/24/2005)
"National Monument Advisory Committee Meeting Scheduled" (BLM California news release, 01/21/2005)
"Public meetings set for land use plan development" (BLM California news release, 1/26/2005)
BLM, Lassen National Forest,
Susanville Indian Rancheria to cooperate on land use planning"
(BLM California news release, 01/19/2005)
of South Yuba Plan Available for Comment" (BLM California news
"Comment Sought on
the Furnace Creek Road Environmental Assessment" (Mammoth Times,
power plant concerning residents" (Modoc Record, 1/20/2005)
RECREATION ON PUBLIC LANDS
"Snow Goose Festival events in Red Bluff" (Red Bluff Daily News, 1/25/2005)
"BLM to Begin Construction on South Fork American River Site" (BLM California news release, 1/25/2005)
"New law allows federal recreation areas to charge fees for decade" (Associated Press in San Francisco Chronicle, 1/22/2005)
WILD HORSES AND BURROS
"Wild horse and burro adoption offers great gifts For valentines" (BLM California news release, 1/25/2005)
"New law on caring for wild horses met with kicks, snorts" (Associated Press in Inside Bay Area, 1/26/2005)
"Wild horses lose protection from slaughter" (Contra Costa Times, 1/25/2005)
MEET YOUR ADVISORY COUNCIL MEMBERS: Carl Twisselman
PROFILE: Van Salas
NOT FOR EDUCATORS ONLY:
WILDLIFE TRIVIA QUESTION OF THE WEEK: How many toads?
LAST WEEK'S WILDLIFE TRIVIA QUESTION
SPECIAL STATUS PLANT OF THE WEEK: Jepson's onion
BOOKSTORE FEATURE: "California Spring Wildflowers"
HEADLINES AND HIGHLIGHTS
BLM taking part in cleanup at Rinconada Mine, near San Luis Obispo" (News.bytes Extra, 1/25/2005)
"Windmills' construction delayed" (Palm Springs Desert Sun, 1/21/2005)
"The fight against
Eagle Mountain Dump" (Hi-Desert Star, 1/25/2005)
With an Edge" (Los Angeles Times, 1/25/2005)
Related: "Headwaters Forest Reserve" (BLM California website)
"BLM Bishop Field Office
to implement prescribed burning at Fish Slough" (BLM California
news release, 01/20/2005)
"Current job openings
- BLM California" (USAJOBS website)
"Navy plans to expand
Warner Springs training area" (North County Times, 1/20/2005)
Northern California wilderness bill reintroduced in Congress" (Ukiah Daily Journal, 1/26/2005)
SELECTED UPCOMING EVENTS
(Note: the Upcoming Events database is on a secure Web server, and your browser may state "You are about to view pages over a secure connection" and ask you to "Trust a Security Certificate" from the Department of Interior that hosts this site. To view the pages, you must select "Yes" or "OK" for both questions.)
01/26/2005 - Folsom Resource Management Plan public Meeting
01/27/2005 - W Equals Wildflowers
01/29/2005 - Bald Eagle Hike
01/29/2005 - Indian Pass Wilderness Hike
01/31/2005 - South Fork American River Trail Meeting
02/01/2005 - Northwest Resource Advisory Council meets
02/05/2005 - Bald Eagle Hike
02/05/2005 - Don't Hug the Teddy Bears!
02/05/2005 - Riparian Restoration, Cosumnes River Preserve
02/10/2005 - There's a Monument in Your Backyard
02/12/2005 - Bald Eagle Hike
02/16/2005 - Folsom Resource Management Plan public Meeting
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