McClellan Ranch, textbooks and a poaching ring

by on October 29, 2012

Cupertino's McClellan Ranch Park, site of a new environmental education center to be opened in 2014. Photo by Britta Heise.

Time for Monday’s nature news digest:
  • Cupertino approves funding to jumpstart building of environmental education center at McClellan Ranch Preserve. [Peninsula Press]
  • Sonoma Land Trust readying for $4.2 m wetland restoration along San Pablo Bay. [Petaluma 360]
  • California educators revise public school textbooks to reverse chemical industry’s input on recycling and plastic bag use. [Bay Citizen]
  • Backers of Hetch Hetchy ballot initiative say opponents are deceiving public with television ads. [San Francisco Examiner]
  • California Department of Fish & Wildlife uncovered a poaching ring of deer, elk and boar that was sold to private buyers in Northern California. [Sacramento Bee]
  • In Marin sales tax measure for parks funding, a tax group objects to the county’s land trust funding the “Yes” campaign. [Marin Independent Journal]


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