Monthly Archives: September 2014

ECORP’s Michael Tuma Contributes to Book on Desert Tortoises and Other North American Tortoise Species

ECORP Senior Biologist and desert tortoise specialist Michael Tuma authored a chapter in the new book Biology and Conservation of North American Tortoises published in July by the Johns Hopkins University Press. Click here to learn more

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ECORP Participates in Los Angeles City Councilmember’s Hike with the Community

In February of 2014, Los Angeles City Councilmember Felipe Fuentes hiked through the Mitigation Area with LACDPW and ECORP’s biologists as part of his efforts to experience firsthand the natural areas in his district. The Councilmember was so impressed with … Continue reading

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Invasive Species – Raising Awareness

Each year, hundreds of species of invasive plants, animals, and microorganisms negatively impact California’s natural resources. These invasive species often spread rapidly and affect our native plants and wildlife, waters, agriculture, health, and even the economy. Click here for more … Continue reading

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ECORP Visited by Sacramento Corps of Engineers at Archaeological Dig

Recently, members of the Regulatory Division of the Sacramento Corps visited ECORP’s archaeological data recovery excavations for the Folsom Specific Plan project. The article and pictures can be found on the Corps’ website. Click here for more information

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