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100 Businesses Urge Obama to Protect Berryessa-Snow Mountain – See more at: http://www.noodls.com/view/A01ADEA64A825E07920D58D210EABB62FCB698F7?160xxx1407343610#sthash.fPgQW7RU.dpuf
100 Businesses Urge Obama to Protect Berryessa-Snow Mountain – See more at: http://www.noodls.com/view/A01ADEA64A825E07920D58D210EABB62FCB698F7?160xxx1407343610#sthash.fPgQW7RU.dpuf

 

2013  News


VIEW 2013 House Subcommittee Hearing Press Book. House Hearing Press Book”  

  • Yuba Net, March 7, 2013. Legislation Would Help Protect Nearly 350,000 Acres of Public Lands in Lake, Mendocino, Napa, Solano and Yolo Counties

 

2012


  • CA Representative Mike Thompson Received Conservation Award, July 25, 2012.The Wilderness Society [Click here]
  • Sacramento Bee, June 22, 2012. “Bill allows Lake Berryessa motorized recreation” Letter to the editor by Mike Thompson [click here]
  • Sacramento Bee, June 9, 2012. “Conservation opportunity amid the wilds of Cache Creek” by Pia Lopez [click here]
  • The Wilderness Society Tuesday, May 8, 2012.  The Wilderness Society Statement: Praise for Rep. Thompson’s Bill to Protect Berryessa Snow Mountain [Click here]
  • Lake County Record Bee, February 29, 2012. “Officials talk Berryessa Snow Mountain”
  • Davis Enterprise, February 28, 2012, Front Page. “Protection sought for Berryessa area.” [click here]
  • Lake County News, February 26, 2012 “Hundreds attend discussion on proposed Berryessa Snow Mountain National Conservation Area” by Ed Oswalt. [click here]

 

2011


  • Sactown Magazine October/November 2011: “Walk These Ways” Ten of the region’s best trails are catalogued, including two from the proposed Berryessa Snow Mountain National Conservation area – Valley Vista Trail in Valley View Regional Park  in the Capay Valley and the Homestead-Blue Ridge Loop in the UC Davis Stebbins Cold Canyon Reserve near Lake Berryessa.

 

2010


  • LA Times March 22, 2010: Saving the Untrampled Berryessa conservation area would preserve some of California’s wildest terrain. [click here]

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