Just this month, California Department of Fish and Wildlife formally approved the first AB 2193 effort: a fish passage improvement project in Santa Barbara County.
Sustainable Conservation teamed up with Ceres to bring representatives from global food brands & socially responsible investment firms out of the boardrooms and onto the farm.
Sustainable Conservation journeyed out to the beautiful Green Gulch Farm and Zen Center in Marin County to help plant 90 alder trees across the newly restored portion of Green Gulch Creek.
After a long journey through California’s Legislature, we’re excited to announce that Governor Jerry Brown has signed Sustainable Conservation-sponsored AB 2193 into law!
More exciting news from the AB 2193 front! On Tuesday, the California Senate advanced the Sustainable Conservation-sponsored bill to the State Assembly, with a vote of 35-0. Yesterday, the Assembly took a final action on the bill, passing it with a vote of 78-0.
More great news from the State Capitol! Yesterday, Sustainable Conservation-sponsored AB 2193 successfully passed out of the Assembly, with 77 votes in favor and 0 opposed!
We’re excited to announce that four new supporters have joined the effort to pass Sustainable Conservation-sponsored AB 2193! This bill, which would establish a simplified permitting process for landowners wanting to implement small-scale, voluntary habitat restoration projects across California, would greatly accelerate habitat restoration statewide to benefit clean water and wildlife.