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Vallejo Times-Herald

Tahoe’s Safeway Bear killed at family’s campsite

LAKE TAHOE — A black bear that was caught on video snacking on food in stores near Lake Tahoe was shot and killed over the summer when he refused to leave a California campsite, authorities said. The “Safeway Bear” was shot in early August in Alpine County near the Nevada...
KINGS BEACH, CA
StreetInsider.com

Amplify Energy (AMPY) issues statement on environmental remediation efforts in Southern California

Get instant alerts when news breaks on your stocks. Claim your 1-week free trial to StreetInsider Premium here. Amplify Energy Corp. (NYSE: AMPY) (“Amplify”, “Amplify Energy” or the “Company”), parent company to Beta Operating Company, LLC, issued the following statement regarding the ongoing environmental remediation efforts in Southern California:. Over...
ENERGY INDUSTRY
Pepperdine Graphic

The Fine Print: The Essential Mountain Lion Preparedness Guide

Being tucked away in the Santa Monica Mountains gives Pepperdine its characteristic sweeping ocean views and adds a nice element of privacy and security on campus. As we enjoy our mountainous home and bask in the California sunlight, it can be easy to forget about some of our furry neighbors lurking nearby. While seeing deer by the CCB or a bunny on Lower Dorm Road is a fun surprise, the mountain lions residing in these hills are a scary reality we have to deal with.
MALIBU, CA
mymotherlode.com

Calaveras Marijuana Enforcement Unit Staying Busy

Calaveras, CA– Calaveras County Sheriff Office Majurna Enforcement Unit is staying busy with search warrants leading to plenty of illegal marijuana grows. The first took place on September 23rd with a search warrant issued for illegal marijuana cultivation in the 5000 block of Blue Mountain Road in Wilseyville. Deputies seized 63 growing plants, 238 pounds of processed product with 52.8 grams of concentrated honey oil. The estimated value of everything seized exceeds $327.000. Evidence of Butane Honey Oil(BHO) extraction operation was discovered on the site. Daniel Elliot Jacob, age 39 of Wilseyville was issued a citation on charges of 1358 H&S Illegal Marijuana, 11359 H&S Possession of Marijuana For Sale, 11379.6 H&S Manufacturing a Controlled Substance, and 182 PC Conspiracy to Commit Crime. The investigation is ongoing.
kymkemp.com

Online Cannabis Restoration Grant Application Workshop On Oct. 21

Who: The California Department of Fish and Wildlife’s (CDFW) Cannabis Restoration Grant Program (CRGP). What: CDFW will host an online workshop to provide an overview of the Qualified Cultivator Funding Opportunity, Proposal Solicitation Notice. Staff will review the application process and answer any questions. Please see CDFW’s CRGP page for more details on this topic.
POLITICS
mendofever.com

Fish and Wildlife Hosting Online Grant Workshop for Cannabis Cultivators Interested in the Qualified Cultivator Funding Opportunity

Who: The California Department of Fish and Wildlife’s (CDFW) Cannabis Restoration Grant Program (CRGP). What: CDFW will host an online workshop to provide an overview of the Qualified Cultivator Funding Opportunity, Proposal Solicitation Notice. Staff will review the application process and answer any questions. Please see CDFW’s CRGP page for more details on this topic.
ANIMALS
thelog.com

Feather River Fish Hatchery Will Increase Production to Offset Drought Impact on Chinook Salmon Production

OROVILLE- The California Department of Fish and Wildlife (CDFW) and the California Department of Water Resources (DWR) announced they will be working together at the Feather River Fish Hatchery in Butte County to increase production and aid in offsetting the drought’s impact on spring-run and fall-run Chinook salmon as a result of this year’s extreme drought conditions.
OROVILLE, CA
scvnews.com

Marcia Mayeda | Animal Care, Control Not Just for Cats & Dogs

People are often surprised when I tell them the Los Angeles County Department of Animal Care and Control (DACC) cares for animals other than dogs and cats. We also take in rabbits, guinea pigs, parrots and pet birds, hamsters, and other small pets. The wide geographical area we serve (about 3,800 sq. mi.) includes rural areas where horses, cattle, pigs, goats, sheep, and chickens and similar domestic fowl live. They regularly make it into our animal care centers. Some more unusual animals have included ferrets (which are illegal in California), llamas, alpacas, emus, peacocks, and other interesting animals.
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