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TIRN explains the basics of critical habitat designation under the US Endangered Species Act.
Legal decision opens door to prevent extinction of the Okinawan dugong.
Despite Zinke’s public statement, TIRN remains concerned about potential increases in oil and gas drilling and industrial fishing in protected areas.
Read TIRN’s comments criticizing the new 5-year US offshore oil and gas drilling program which we find both unnecessary and flawed.
Less than two months after Turtle Island initiated a lawsuit to protect endangered whales from the California drift gillnet fishery, the National Marine Fisheries Service has agreed to conduct a review to determine whether this fishery is violating the US Endangered Species Act.
Email Catie@tirn.net to get your own set of SPAWN’s ecosystem connection cards! [slideshow_deploy id=’18555′]
Despite one of the lowest salmon runs on record for West Coast salmon and steelhead populations, the Trump Administration is proposing to eliminate tens of millions of dollars for endangered salmon and steelhead recovery in California.
Turtle Island Restoration Network has launched the 10000 redwoods as a way to reforest the historic redwood range in the Bay Area, while fighting climate change. Unfortunately, no one truly…
A GIS analysis of potential planting locations for Sequoia Sempervirens in Marin County Researchers’ Names and Institutions: Project Head: Elizabeth Villano, Climate and Redwood fellow, Turtle Island Restoration Network. Supervisor:…