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Save the date - Mark von Wodtke on "Integrated Watershed Management" - Oct. 18 (Aug 4, 2014)


On Saturday, October 18th, Mark Von Wodtke will give a presentation on "Integrated Watershed Management." The talk will take place at 10:30am at the Claremont Public Library.
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Provisional Position Statement on CHWP Master Plan (Jul 22, 2014)

The Claremont Wildlands Conservancy has completed its provisional position statement on the City of Claremont's forthcoming Master Plan for the Clarement Hills Wilderness Park. The provisional position statement outlines the primary aims that the Conservancy seeks to advocate, along with concrete guidelines for how these aims might be realized. The position statement will be circulated to members of the Claremont City Council, city staff, and MIG, the consultants on the master plan. more >

Declaring Interdependence through Preservation and Recreation (Jul 9, 2014)


On July 4th we celebrate the US Declaration of Independence. But the 4th is also a good occasion to consider how we are interdependent. The idea has been expressed clearly and eloquently by the naturalist John Muir, who wrote, "When we try to pick out anything by itself, we find it hitched to everything else in the Universe." In a talk delivered in Memorial Park on July 4th, 2014, CWC Board Members Terry Grill and Andy Lee Roth consider three ways that interdependence relates to Claremont's great jewel, the Claremont Hills Wilderness Park. more >

CWC Offers Position on Goals for City Master Plan (Jun 9, 2014)


The CWC is offering a preliminary position statement of goals that we would like to see included in the hillsides master plan. We have spent many months listening to many voices and sharing ideas in order to formulate them because we are committed to helping create a comprehensive master plan that will be relevant and successful for the next ten to twenty years. This statement is a first step--to define the broad goals. The next step is to propose specific suggestions for meeting each of them, and we are currently working on that piece. more >

Paul Faulstich Shares Nature Photos (Mar 11, 2014)

Paul Faulstich, Pitzer College Professor of Environmental Analysis, is sharing some images and videos of animals in our Claremont hillsides. These first images are of a Gopher Snake. We will be publishing a series of these images through the next few weeks. Enjoy! more >

More Campaign News (Click here to view ALL news)

City's Master Plan Project Updates Announced (Jan 25, 2014)

City Selects Consulting Firm to Prepare Wilderness Park Master Plan (Dec 23, 2013)

Wildlife Conservation Board Approves Funds for Hillside Purchase (Mar 2, 2011)

Rivers and Mountains Conservancy Approves Money for Claremont (Feb 16, 2011)

CWC Announces Possible New Land Purchase (Dec 28, 2010)

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