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Totoaba trafficker’s arrest offers faint hope for vaquita

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he arrest of a Baja California murder suspect believed to be a lead operative in a totoaba trafficking ring linked to the Sinaloa cartel has raised faint hopes that authorities can somehow save a marine species on the brink of extinction. The odds have been and continue to be low for the vaquita, a small porpoise that calls the waters in the Upper Gulf of California home.

Source: California Water News feed

Source: Water Industry News

San Luis Obispo City Council approves $1.3 million open space purchase

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New outdoor recreation opportunities will soon be available in the San Luis Obispo area with the city’s purchase of a 266-acre area of open space east of Cal Poly. … The city’s first priority will be to protect the natural habitat, including watersheds and wildlife, said City Manager Derek Johnson.

Source: California Water News feed

Source: Water Industry News

Free admission to national parks and forests on National Public Lands Day. Be prepared to work.

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National parks, monuments and forests that charge fees will be free Saturday in honor of the 25th National Public Lands Day. In California, that means you won’t be charged to visit places such as Yosemite, Death Valley, Joshua Tree, Pinnacles and Sequoia & Kings Canyon national parks.

Source: California Water News feed

Source: Water Industry News