Garrison Frost

Articles by Garrison Frost

Stop calling the Salton Sea an accident
Salton Sea

Stop calling the Salton Sea an accident

— When we describe the Salton Sea as an accident, we not only ignore the truth, but we also undercut the severity of the predicament of the people in nearby communities.
Pacific Americas Shorebird Conservation Strategy
Audublog

Pacific Americas Shorebird Conservation Strategy

— Audubon is partnering with other conservation organizations to protect shorebirds across the Pacific Flyway.
Support for new offshore oil drilling falls to record low in California
Audublog

Support for new offshore oil drilling falls to record low in California

— Despite stiff opposition, the Trump Administration continues push to open new drilling off California coast.
The fight continues for responsible water management in California’s Central Valley
Water

The fight continues for responsible water management in California’s Central Valley

— Audubon California and other conservation groups vow to oppose H.R. 23 in the Senate.
Salton Sea Sunday campaign seeks to raise community awareness
Salton Sea

Salton Sea Sunday campaign seeks to raise community awareness

— Audubon California partners with faith-based groups to reach people who live in communities around the Salton Sea about issues related to the shrinking lake.
California renews its leadership on climate change
Press Center

California renews its leadership on climate change

— Passage of Assembly Bill 398 reauthorizes landmark cap-and-trade program and will reduce air pollution in California’s communities. It will be great for birds, too.
Conservation groups demand to be included in high-level Salton Sea talks
Salton Sea

Conservation groups demand to be included in high-level Salton Sea talks

— Audubon California joined with Defenders of Wildlife and Sierra Club to ensure that public health and environmental issues are addressed.
The fight to save national monuments comes to Kern and Tulare counties
Audublog

The fight to save national monuments comes to Kern and Tulare counties

— Boards of supervisors in each county are prepping a letter supporting the shrinking of the Giant Sequoia National Monument. Our voices can stop them.