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Monuments Matter: The San Gabriels and Me

 By Brenda Kyle

On Friday October 10th, 2014 President Obama used the power vested to him via the Antiquities Act of 1906 to designate  a portions of the Angeles National Forest as a National Monument.   681 more words

Personal Reflections

Autumn Cape Cod at Brewster by the Sea

by Donna Cain

I love to decorate the inn by season and usually put out our Halloween pumpkins the first part of October. This year I saw these crazy witches legs in one of my favorite catalogs and just had to order two sets for each of our inns, … 476 more words

"Brewster By The Sea"

A New Shade of Green: Arte and Community-Building for Conservation

This week will be the second Americas Latino Eco Festival.  In case you missed it, an all-star lineup of artists, film makers, writers, performers, advocates, and environmental community leaders from across the spectrum will be gathering in Boulder, Colorado, to be… 815 more words


Conservation Cultura: A Conversation with Roberto Morales

This week, on August 26, 2014, the US. Forest Service held a community meeting about the future of the San Gabriels to “explore opportunities for enhancing access, recreational use and protection of scenic, cultural and historic areas of interest in the mountains.” This is part of a growing movement by  1,186 more words


Our land, our water, our heritage

In 1964, the Congress and President Lyndon Johnson performed a great service to the American people when they established the Land and Water Conservation Fund… 643 more words

National Wildlife Refuges

Day Thirteen: Modern Cultural Issues

Day the Thirteenth: What modern cultural issues are closest to this deity’s heart?

Land conservation. Being that one aspect of who he is is the Lord of the Forests, most notably Windsor Forest,  409 more words

Herne The Hunter