California Governor Edmund “Jerry” Brown today dropped in on the National Audubon Society Board meeting in Sacramento and shared his perspective on both the ongoing drought, but also his overall philosophy on environmental responsibility. The Board thanked him profusely for signing Assembly Bill 711 last October, which will require the use of nonlead ammunition for [...]
Entries Tagged as 'Michael Sutton'
February 1st, 2014 · Comments Off · Audubon California, Brigid McCormack, Lead ammunition, Michael Sutton, National Audubon Society, Pacific Flyway
September 14th, 2012 · Comments Off · Audubon California, Bird Habitat, Important Bird Areas, Michael Sutton
Anyone interested in the future of one of California’s great rivers should attend the 2012 San Joaquin River Conference, being held Oct. 3 through 5 in Fresno. The theme this year is “A Living River and a Vibrant Valley.” The San Joaquin River Partnership, which hosts the annual conference, has assembled a series of engaging [...]
Audubon California applauds selection of Ben Hueso to chair Assembly Water, Parks and Wildlife Committee
August 10th, 2012 · Comments Off · Audubon California, Michael Sutton, State Policy
The leadership of Audubon California today praised this week’s appointment of San Diego Assemblymember Ben Hueso as Chair of the Assembly Water, Parks and Wildlife Committee. Assembly Speaker John Pérez made his choice of Hueso to succeed Assemblymember Jared Huffman as committee chair on Wednesday. ”Ben Hueso is a rising star for wildlife conservation,” said Michael [...]