Posted by: Sandy Steinman | November 23, 2020

Help Protect Walker Ridge

Protect Walker Ridge: The upcoming weeks matter most!

Walker Ridge is home to 27 rare plant species, including the ephemeral adobe-lily. In this northern California landscape, bald eagles soar overhead and captivating amphibians emerge with elusive rain. This vital habitat and the flora and fauna that call it home are under threat by wind developers, even though the California Energy Commission found it to have marginal to low energy potential. Please join us in asking the BLM to permanently protect Walker Ridge by signing our petition (link below).

Visit Walker Ridge in 360 augmented reality

Join CNPS’s lead conservation scientist Nick Jensen and Protect Walker Ridge campaign coordinator Sara Husby on an immersive tour through the plants and places of Walker Ridge. Adventure with us.

Sign the petition

Help us get to 5,000 signatures by Dec. 1 in support of protecting Walker Ridge from uneccessary and damaging development. Sign today.


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