Garrison Frost

Articles by Garrison Frost

Fighting in California to save the Migratory Bird Treaty Act
Audublog

Fighting in California to save the Migratory Bird Treaty Act

— Audubon California's Garry George lays out what's at stake for our birds in a quick Q&A.
Reed Tollefson: Safeguarding the Kern River Valley
Audublog

Reed Tollefson: Safeguarding the Kern River Valley

— “This is tough work and you’re going to get beat, and when that happens you need to stay focused on your goal of habitat protection,-- and you may find yourself striking a new alliance with the people that beat you.”
As state makes new commitments on Salton Sea timeline, it will still be judged by its work on the ground
Water

As state makes new commitments on Salton Sea timeline, it will still be judged by its work on the ground

— With water deliveries set to stop on Dec. 31, the state must move to control toxic dust and protect and restore fish and wildlife habitat.
Developers continue spurious attacks on Coastal California Gnatcatcher and Endangered Species Act
Audublog

Developers continue spurious attacks on Coastal California Gnatcatcher and Endangered Species Act

— Science behind group’s latest delisting petition was proven baseless, but now they’re hoping Trump Administration will bend the rules for them.
10-year anniversary of San Francisco Bay’s Cosco Busan oil spill a cautionary tale amid push for more oil drilling
Press Center

10-year anniversary of San Francisco Bay’s Cosco Busan oil spill a cautionary tale amid push for more oil drilling

— Thousands of birds died and shorelines were blackened after 53,000 gallons of oil spilled following Nov. 7, 2007 accident
U.S. Department of Commerce needs to come clean about national marine sanctuaries
Press Center

U.S. Department of Commerce needs to come clean about national marine sanctuaries

— Yesterday was the deadline for its study about reducing size or relaxing restrictions on our pristine water habitat.
Commerce Department's recommendations on marine sanctuaries under wraps, for now
Audublog

Commerce Department's recommendations on marine sanctuaries under wraps, for now

— Today is the deadline for the Commerce Department to release its recommendations for shrinking or loosening restrictions on oil drill and mining in these valued natural areas.
Governor Brown signs parks and water bond legislation, which includes funding for Salton Sea
Salton Sea

Governor Brown signs parks and water bond legislation, which includes funding for Salton Sea

— Measure will go before the voters in June, and will mean a significant commitment to solving the crisis at the Salton Sea if it passes.
Passage of Senate Bill 5 offers hope for the people of the Salton Sea
Salton Sea

Passage of Senate Bill 5 offers hope for the people of the Salton Sea

— While Senate Bill 5 stands to have a positive impact on the entire state, the people of the Salton Sea have even more cause to celebrate.