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By voting in favor of the Centennial development, LA County supervisors put the interests of Tejon Ranch Company ahead of the local community.
CNPS and partner the Center for Biological Diversity (the Center) have taken the next step in halting the ill-advised Tejon Ranch proposal with an important comment letter to the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors.
The decisions we make here in California strongly influence how we as 21st century citizens will address the very real challenges of climate change and a growing population.
If you can show up to the Board of Supervisors meeting on Dec. 11, please do! Make a show of support to #StopCentennial.

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The commission's decision is a major step backward for LA County. The Centennial Specific Plan now heads to the board of supervisors for a vote later this year.
Once again, the vote on the proposed Centennial development on Tejon Ranch has been delayed. Here's what you need to know before August 29.
Join CNPS and the Center for Biological Diversity on July 11 to help us stop the Centennial Development. Here's what you should know.
The worldwide coverage of California’s super bloom shows us just how much we have to celebrate here in California.
Just as we take a breather from the recent Centennial development decision, another leapfrog mega-development is threatening precious Southern California habitat – this time at the southern border of Joshua Tree National Park.
CNPS Conservation Program intern and Stanford University student Fiona O'Keeffe shares her observations on forestry, fire, and collaboration.
Once again, developers want to construct 2,135 homes for more than 5,000 people on critically important wildlife habitat in Southern California.