The first phase of the Desert Renewable Energy Conservation Plan protects millions of acres of California desert while directing renewable energy projects away from sensitive wildlife habitat
Posts By: Kim Delfino
Without more freshwater flows, the tiny and endangered delta smelt could soon be a literal fish out of water
As agencies fail to act in the face of devastating drought, conservation organizations are going to court to protect the water and wildlife in the San Francisco Bay-Delta estuary.
Our public lands – refuges, forests, parks and more – provide us with so much. They serve as strongholds for wildlife, help protect sources of clean drinking water, and provide all kinds of opportunities for having fun in the great outdoors.
The Panoche Solar Farm, a 339 mega-watt solar photovoltaic energy facility, would destroy 2,506 acres in the heart of the Panoche Valley, an area home to an immense array of wildlife. For some endangered species in particular, this habitat is their last, best chance for survival. We cannot let this project take that away.