Monthly Archives: July 2011

Reckless and Destructive Republican Environmental Legislation

  After making my way down one of the most beautiful stretchs of highway in the entire country, I find the following news  from the Huntington Post last week, more than discouraging. California Congressional Representative Michael Honda (D-Calif.) wrote what … Continue reading

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The California Coastline: Natural Beauty and Visions of Potential Environmental Tragedy

California’s Route 1 is arguably one of the most scenic stretches of highway in our country. Winding south from San Francisco Morro Bay, every turn in the road offers a different, breathtaking view of a coastline where California’s coastal range … Continue reading

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Asilomar – Beacon of Environmental Hope

I’m making my way down California’s coastline along the famous California Route 1. I started in San Francisco and have made it as far as the Monterey Peninsula and the little known Asilomar Conference Center. Asilomar’s history, as told in … Continue reading

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