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Protect Sand Creek  |  Save Tesla Park

PROTECT SAND CREEK

SAND CREEK
Sand Creek, Photo: Stephen Joseph

ACTION: Collect Signatures in Antioch.

We have a chance to protect thousands of acres of endangered species habitat, stop suburban sprawl and defend new regional parks in East County, but we need your on-the-ground help to do it! This March through May we’re going to collecting signatures in Antioch to quality a ballot measure that will protect more than 1,800 acres of beautiful hills and creek. If you can contribute a weekend or several to this fight that would be amazing! But we’re very grateful for any time you can spare, even if it's just a few hours. If you're nervous or don't have experience signature collecting, don't worry, we'll provide you with info beforehand and pair you up with more experienced people. After 10 min, you're a pro. The only requirement to collect signatures is that you're over 18. To sign up, contact Save Mount Diablo Land Use Manager Juan Pablo Galván at jpgalvan@savemountdiablo.org or call 925-947-3535.
Save Mount Diablo Antioch page: http://www.savemountdiablo.org/advocacy/issue/defending-antioch-sand-creek-focus-area/
Like our FB page to stay up to date: https://www.facebook.com/antiochsavesandcreekandstoptheranch/

SAVE TESLA PARK

ACTION: Save Tesla Park From Becoming an Off-Highway Vehicle Wasteland
Tesla is a fragile, biologically diverse ecosystem southeast of Livermore that is home to 7 threatened and endangered species and habitats, and more than 50 rare ones, including mammals, rodents, birds, amphibians, plants and wildflowers, but is presently scheduled to be added to Carnegie SVRA. Tesla is part of an Audubon Important Bird Area, and includes a Critical Linkage Wildlife/Habitat Corridor; Golden Eagles nest and forage within its boundaries. Please use the sample letters and email addresses provided by SaveTeslaPark.org, or edit with your own words for even greater impact.

Idyllic TeslaTesla Dead Bird Trail

Images courtesy Save Tesla Park

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