A publication of Bureau of Land Management in California
Issue 227 - 4/18/06
WEEK IN NEWS.BYTES:
- Earth Day this weekend
- National Volunteer Week
- Not for educators only:
- Wildlife trivia question of the week: Pup
- Special Status plant of the week
- Wild horses and burros for adoption
- Off-road vehicles
- Headlines and highlights: Yuba Goldfields proposal, fire prevention, campground delay, BLM California jobs, more
- Meet your advisory council members: Don Robinson
- Profile: Richard Grabowski
EARTH DAY THIS WEEKEND
"Celebrate Earth Day 2006" (BLM national website)
See other events this weekend on our BLM California online calendar:
NATIONAL VOLUNTEER WEEK
"Volunteer program" (BLM California website)
Volunteer opportunities (Volunteer.gov website)
"Volunteer program coordinators" (BLM California website)
"National Volunteer Week" (Points of Light Foundation website)
TRIVIA QUESTION OF THE WEEK: Pup
SPECIAL STATUS PLANT OF THE WEEK: Munz cholla...
BLM, GIRL SCOUTS AND LEAVE NO TRACE
"Girl Scouts learn about Leave No Trace and Linking Girls to the Land" (BLM California News.bytes Extra)
WILD HORSES AND BURROS
Perris Adoption and Education Fair to highlight wild horses and burros"
(BLM California news release, 4/11/06)
"Free horse training demonstrations to highlight adoption event" (BLM California news release, 4/12/06)
"Wild horses and burros up for adoption in Oakdale" (BLM California news release, 4/18/06)
"3rd annual Knoxville OHV cleanup day" (BLM California, Ukiah Field Office website)
RELATED: "Knoxville" (BLM California, Ukiah Field Office website)
"34 cited for illegal off-roading" (Victorville Daily Press, 4/17/06)
RELATED: "Stoddard Valley Off-Highway Vehicle Area" (BLM California website)
"Coalition sounds off over noise restrictions" (Riverside Press-Enterprise, 4/14/06)
HEADLINES AND HIGHLIGHTS
"Yuba Goldfields Training Center proposal open for comment" (BLM California news release,
"High water postpones Pit River Campground opening" (BLM California news release, 4/17/06)
"Current job openings - BLM California" (USAJOBS website)
"Free chipper program helps residents stay safe from fire" (Chico Enterprise-Record, 4/16/06)
"Man rescued from mine shaft" (San Bernardino County Sun, 4/16/06)
"Brothers split on borders" (Associated Press in San Luis Obispo Tribune, 4/15/06)
MEET YOUR ADVISORY COUNCIL MEMBERS: Don Robinson...
EMPLOYEE PROFILE: Richard Grabowski...
WILDLIFE TRIVIA answer
RELATED: "Pupfish, desert - Cyprinodon macularius" (U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service website)
RELATED: "A field study of environmental variables influencing abundance and distribution of desert pupfish in the Salton Sea Basin" (U.S. Geological Survey website)
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