Friday October 29, 2021

Vehicle apparently damages Cooks Beach approach with repeated passes up and down stairs, over berm; 2nd incident this year

2024-02-03T17:23:22-08:00October 29, 2021|

The recent storm is not the only thing causing damage to local beaches. According to Joel Chaban, secretary of Redwood Coast Land Conservancy, it appears a pickup truck drove up and down the bluff top steps used as an entrance to Cooks Beach in the last few days, causing damage to the steps.

Monday July 19, 2021

Mendocino Land Trust shares staff resources with RCLC

2024-02-03T17:50:53-08:00July 19, 2021|

There is good news for the future of conservation along the Mendocino Coast. Thanks to a grant from the Community Foundation of Mendocino County, the Mendocino Land Trust and the Redwood Coast Land Conservancy will be teaming up to maximize use of their staffing to achieve conservation goals.

Saturday July 17, 2021

Hands-on volunteers drive land conservancy projects

2024-02-07T15:26:56-08:00July 17, 2021|

President Tina Batt said many of the volunteers show up day after day and week after week to clear trails, remove invasive pampas grass, and maintain all the group’s coastal access projects, including the Gualala Bluff Trail, Cook’s Beach access trail, and Hearn Gulch.

Wednesday March 31, 2021

New 113-acre preserve on Sonoma-Mendocino line aims to bolster Gualala River recovery

2024-02-07T16:48:36-08:00March 31, 2021|

Standing above the Gualala River, his gaze toward the opposite bank and a sharp hairpin turn in the river known as Mill Bend, Dave Shpak recounted more than a century of environmental abuses there as somberly if they were still taking place. In a way, they are.

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