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--the California "Mega-Park" Project

Tracking measurable success on efforts across California to preserve and connect our Parks & Wildlife Corridors

1. long detailed stories on blogspot (here!)
2. short messages on Twitter
3. automated news feeds from CA enviro websites in the right-hand column which change frequently and are not archived by our website (that's why we now have a twitter account to permanently capture the memorable feeds)

Tuesday, November 18, 2008

The Latest News on New Parks in the Southern San Joaquin Valley;

And Some Loose scraps on Tejon Ranch

State eyes 2,300 acres in Exeter for new park; public meeting Wednesday; also studying 60,000 acre park at Tejon Ranch; 11/17/2008

11/15/2008: To the surprise of local officials, California State Parks is holding a public workshop in Visalia on Wednesday to discuss the creation of three new parks in the Tulare basin:

A 2,300-acre park at Rocky Hill in Exeter that would celebrate Native American culture.

A 1,000-acre park at Deer Creek south of Porterville.

A 500-acre water trail park on the Kings River in Fresno County.


Pictures of Tejon Ranch from a travel blog:


Water agency strikes deal with Tejon Ranch

9/25/2008: PALMDALE - Drought conditions and other circumstances have forced water purveyors in Southern California to wheel and deal everywhere imaginable to service their customers.

In response to this year's water shortage, Antelope Valley-East Kern Water Agency board members on Tuesday night unanimously approved a memorandum of understanding with Tejon Ranch Corp. for the transfer of 8,393 acre-feet of supplemental water that Tejon Ranch had purchased as backup but does not need anytime soon.


The latest Tejon Ranch propaganda:


Tejon Ranch’s stock is trading at close to half its price when the April 2008 enviro-deal was announced; today it’s around $25; when the deal was announced it was $45

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