Volume 14 - No. 3 - Summer2004

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· Documents that Decieve

· Success and Setback in Trabuco Canyon

· EHL’s Work Honored by American Planning Association

· EHL Supports Revised California Gnatcatcher Listing

· EHL in the News

· Poetry by Jess Morton



The Endangered Habitats League is dedicated to the protection of the diverse ecosystems of Southern California and to sensitive and sustainable land use for the benefit of all the regionís inhabitants. The EHL Newsletter is published quarterly to chronicle our plans, activities, and successes.

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EHL’s Work Honored by American Planning Association

In recognition of EHL’s work on land use and habitat planning in the Inland Empire, Executive Director Dan Silver has won the American Planning Association California Chapter’s award for Outstanding Distinguished Leadership: Layperson Award.

In 1998, Riverside County launched the “Integrated Project” to provide a comprehensive blueprint for habitat protection, land use, and transportation. Collaborating with other stakeholders, Silver spent untold hours laboring on three separate advisory committees to advance “smart growth” principles, species preservation, and rural protection during the process. The results of this multi-year effort were analyzed in the Fall 2003 EHL Newsletter.

The award, which was supported by numerous endorsement letters, is a great honor, but really reflects the efforts of dozens of dedicated individuals, in both the public and private sectors.

 


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