Santa Monica Mountains Conservancy

Type: Organization
Name: Santa Monica Mountains Conservancy
First reported Aug 28 2014 - Updated Aug 28 2014 - 1 reports

L.A. Mountain Lions Trapped by Freeways

-Increased connectivity is critical for the long-term survival of mountain lions.PHOTO COURTESY OF THE NPSMountain Lion P28 seen on a remote camera after catching some prey. Lions from theSanta Monica Mountains are hemmed in by freeways, the Pacific Ocean ... [Published Topanga Messenger - Aug 28 2014]
First reported Aug 28 2014 - Updated Aug 28 2014 - 1 reports

Water for Turtles

- By PHOTO BY ROSI DAGITFemale turtle #201 rescued from the creek. They can only eat and reproduce in the water, so this extended three-year drought has made things pretty tough.She lay motionless in the sand, eyes closed, body tucked into a shell encrusted ... [Published Topanga Messenger - Aug 28 2014]
First reported Aug 21 2014 - Updated Aug 21 2014 - 1 reports

Caltrans seeks large grant for wildlife

Animals can’t cross 101 corridorBy Sylvie BelmondALONE—A remote camera got this shot of P-28, one of about 30 cougars studied by ecologists. Progress is being made on the development of a long-awaited wildlife crossing at Liberty Canyon Road in Agoura ... [Published Agoura Hills Acorn - Aug 21 2014]
First reported Aug 19 2014 - Updated Aug 19 2014 - 1 reports

Lawmakers approve bill to pave way for drought-tolerant landscaping

Aug. 19 -- SACRAMENTO -- Kicking off a two-week lawmaking flurry before closing shop for the year, California legislators took actions on 143 bills on Monday, including a bill that would prohibit homeowners associations from penalizing those who convert ... [Published HispanicBusiness.com - Aug 19 2014]
First reported Aug 17 2014 - Updated Aug 17 2014 - 1 reports

$7.5 billion water bond could meet California's needs during drought

The $7.5 billion water bond measure approved by state legislators this past week could help pay for ambitious local projects, from cleaning the polluted San Fernando Valley groundwater basin to recycling treated sewage for drinking water.The Los Angeles ... [Published Los Angeles Daily News - Aug 17 2014]
First reported Aug 14 2014 - Updated Aug 14 2014 - 1 reports

Expanded Marsh Park Opens in Elysian Valley

One of Elysian Valley's L.A. River-adjacent gems, Marsh Park, just got better with a three-acre expansion west. "This new park is a great change from being an auto storage yard," said Rorie Skei, Chief Deputy Director at Santa Monica Mountains Conservancy ... [Published KCET - Aug 14 2014]

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"It's so hard for them to believe they live in a tolerant society when they see these types of epithets and representations as mascots" Williams said
One of Elysian Valley's L A River-adjacent gems, Marsh Park, just got better with a three-acre expansion west. "This new park is a great change from being an auto storage yard" said Rorie Skei, Chief Deputy Director at Santa Monica Mountains Conservancy (SMMC), a state agency that partners with Mountain Recreation and Conservation...

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L.A. Mountain Lions Trapped by Freeways [Published Topanga Messenger - Aug 28 2014]
Water for Turtles [Published Topanga Messenger - Aug 28 2014]
Caltrans seeks large grant for wildlife [Published Agoura Hills Acorn - Aug 21 2014]
Lawmakers approve bill to pave way for drought-... [Published HispanicBusiness.com - Aug 19 2014]
$7.5 billion water bond could meet California's... [Published Los Angeles Daily News - Aug 17 2014]
Expanded Marsh Park Opens in Elysian Valley [Published KCET - Aug 14 2014]
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