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Supreme Court Delivers Blow to Rails-to-Trails

Tuesday, March 11, 2014 – 12:00pm PDT by James Brasuell   The Supreme Court ruled in favor of a private land owner in Wyoming, who sued to reclaim land once granted to a railroad under an 1875 law. The ruling … Continue reading

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Amazing Animal Bridges Around the World

  Animals bridges, which may also be known as ecoducts or wildlife crossings, are structures that allow animals to safely cross human-made barriers like highways. A wildlife crossing is the broadest term and can include: underpass tunnels, viaducts, overpasses and … Continue reading

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Metrolink Fate Up To Judge Waters

The Perris Valley Metrolink lawsuit was heard by Judge Sharon J. Waters Tuesday, January 29th. One week earlier, Judge Waters released her tentative ruling in which many of the issues we raised in the lawsuit were validated. This gave the … Continue reading

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Perris Valley Line Dispute Headed For Trial

BY DUG BEGLEY STAFF WRITER dbegley@pe.com Published: 12 April 2012 05:33 PM An extension of Metrolink service to Perris is delayed as the battle over an environmental report goes to trial A dispute by a Riverside environmental group and transportation … Continue reading

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Our Extinction

The sixth extinction Somewhere on Earth, every 20 minutes, one animal species dies out. At this rate, we will lose 50% of all species by the end of the century. Time is running out to turn the tide. November 30, … Continue reading

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Competition To Create Wildlife Highway Overpasses

Landscape Architects Compete to Create Highway Overpasses for Wildlife That Allow for Safer, Free Roaming Across Habitats. Continue reading

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Habitat Peril

The Press Enterprise made a strong case for keeping the Riverside County Multi Species Habitat Conservation Plan in tact despite some cities reconsidering their agreement.

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March JPA Settles Lawsuit With Friends Of Hills

A little sunshine from the Press Enterprise: The March Joint Powers Authority commission voted Wednesday at the agency’s study session meeting to settle a lawsuit filed against it by the Friends of Riverside’s Hills. The group fought the approval of … Continue reading

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Habitat Vs. Development

Short term memory is a convenient asset when development interests are threatened with designated habitat protection. Continue reading

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