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  • August 2018 Newsletter

    Love's Truck Stop | FUSEE | McBride Plantation Update | Volunteer | The Powers That Be!

  • Living with Fire and Smoke

    Molly Brown: We have only seen our mountains a few times since lightning started the Nachez Fire to the northwest. It got much worse when the Carr Fire blew up. Now whatever way the wind blows, we get smoke.

  • Love’s Truck Stop Hearing August 15

    Your chance to comment on the draft EIR!

  • Why Fire

    Fire has a critical role to maintain and restore California's unique, varied ecosystems...

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Living with Fire and Smoke

Molly Brown: We have only seen our mountains a few times since lightning started the Nachez Fire to the northwest. It got much worse when the Carr Fire blew up. Now whatever way the wind blows, we get smoke.

Ruffey Rancheria, What’s That?

The strange and fascinating story behind Rep. Doug LaMalfa's bill to restore rights to a Native tribe which a recent study says didn't exist! Is this about water, or casinos? We don't know!

Mount Shasta Monarch and Pollinator Program

Arielle Halpern: Every year, Mount Shasta plays host to migrating monarch butterflies. Not only are monarch butterflies one of a number of important native pollinator species, they are a species that has been given a great deal of attention in recent years because of their extreme decline due to habitat conversion, pesticide use, and climate change.

July 2018 Newsletter

Love's Truck Stop | Lassen Substation Hearing Report | Mt. Shasta Visioning Survey | Cannabis and the Environment | Register to Vote!

BYOB: Farmer’s Market

Molly brown: Why doesn’t the Market require compostable bags?  Well, it turns out that when compostable bags get mixed in with plastic bags in recycling, they literally gum up the works.  And it’s very hard to separate compostable bags from plastic bags, because they look pretty much the same. 

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