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✄ EHL in the News On April 6, 2003, the Californian —in a run-up article for Membership SignupRiverside County’s consideration of their new general plan—quoted EHL Executive Director Dan Silver: “‘It’s a historic If you are not yet a member of the Endangeredpoint where decision-makers have some profound choices Habitats League, please join us in the ongoingin front of them,’ said Dan Silver of the Los Angeles-based effort to preserve and protect the SouthernEndangered Habitats League. (Silver) said Riverside County California ecoregion’s irreplacable plants,will either become a model for other counties on how to deal animals and places.with growth responsibly by implementing the plan or it willrepeat the mistakes made throughout Southern California Fill out the form below and mail it withand become an extension of that sprawl.” your donation. Please print. The Riverside Press Enterprise, in a similar run-up article on I/we are enclosing a donation in the amount ofthe Riverside County multiple species plan dated May 4, 2003,also quoted Silver on the public benefits of the plan. “‘This is $______________________________a way of ensuring that open space will be there forever, thatwe won’t end up like the L.A. Basin— paved in concrete,’ said Your Name (s)Dan Silver, coordinator of the Endangered Habitats League.” June 17, 2003—the Los Angeles Times quoted EHL BoardMember Jane Block in an article that featured her photograph: Address 1“Jane Block, who has fought to save open space in the county Address 2for 24 years, said that without the (Riverside County) plan,‘you’d just continue to have chaos.” City/State/Zip On May 8, 2003, the Riverside Press Enterprise covered the Home phone Faxeffort by EHL, Center for Biological Diversity, and San Ber- Office phone Faxnardino Valley Audubon Society to acquire 2,500 acres alongLytle Creek in San Bernardino County. This opportunity arose E-mailout of a legal settlement. Dan Silver was quoted, describingsome of the local benefits of acquisition in terms of meeting Gift MembershipESA requirements. “‘Lytle Creek will in a very significantway resolve San Bernardino County issues involving the I/we would like to give an EHL membership in the(San Bernardino) kangaroo rat,’ he said. ‘It’s a great amount of $______________________________problem-solver.’” June 2, 2003—the Los Angeles To: Name (s) Times covered potential routes for a new transporta- tion corridor, including a Address 1 route that would go through the existing Lake Mathews Address 2 reserve: “Dan Silver, execu- tive director of the Endan- City/State/Zip gered Habitats League in Los Home phone Fax Angeles, said that the road … would destroy coastal sage Office phone Fax scrub, chaparral, grasslands E-mail and colorful wildflowers. He said the area that the road would cut through is a criti- Please mail this form with your donation(s) to: cal part of the reserve, and Endangered Habitats Leaguethe transportation agency would need to set aside severalthousand acres of additional land to compensate for the destruc- 8424-A Santa Monica Blvd., #592tion caused by the thoroughfare—which commission officials Los Angeles, CA 90069-4267said they would consider. ‘If you do bisect it with a road, youreally do have to make amends in a big way,’ Silver said.” ✄ Job Announcement We are seeking an experienced Inland Empire Project Manager for Riverside and San Bernardino Counties. Responsibilities include ensuring proper multiple species preserve assembly, participation in CEQA review of projects, endangered species protection, and helping to implement “smart growth.” Strong networking, writing, and interpersonal skills are essential. A background in biology or planning is desirable. Salary is competitive. If interested, please send a cover letter and resume to Dan Silver <email@example.com> The Endangered Habitats Dan Silver ........ Board Member & Executive Director Pete DeSimone .... Board Member League is a 501(c)(3) non-profit Jack Bath ........... Board Member & Secretary Karen Messer ....... Board Member organization. All contributions Michael Beck ... Board Member & San Diego Director Jess Morton .......... Board Member & Treasurer are tax-deductible to the full Jane Block ......... Board Member Lynne Baker ......... San Diego Project Manager extent allowed by law. NicaKatherine Knite ......... Communications and Development Director