News and Features

Oil Industry Polluting Ventura?
Is the oil industry responsible for elevated levels of arsenic and other toxic substances along the northern Ventura coast, where more than 500,000 play in the sand and waves each year? Or is the runoff from the canyons next to Highway 101 just natural? Those are the questions that remain after a report released last week...

Greenaction’s Community Organizing Memorialized On Film
Hear directly from grassroots leaders and activists impacted by environmental racism and injustice by checking out this Greenaction video detailing over 15 years of organizing work.

New Voices Alum Christina McGhee-Esquivel Receives Mark DuBois Award
New Voices Are Rising Alumni Christina McGhee-Esquivel was recently recognized with Friends of the River's Mark Dubois Award, which highlights a new generation of leaders furthering river conservation in California.

Merced County agency sued over transportation plan
“The supplemental EIR did not address issues like farmland loss, water quality and how climate conditions have changed,” said Gary Lasky, conservation and legal chair for the Sierra Club, the Tehipite chapter, [a grantee of Rose Foundation's Grassroots Fund]

News and Features

Oil Industry Polluting Ventura?
Is the oil industry responsible for elevated levels of arsenic and other toxic substances along the northern Ventura coast, where more than 500,000 play in the sand and waves each year? Or is the runoff from the canyons next to Highway 101 just natural? Those are the questions that remain after a report released last week...

Greenaction’s Community Organizing Memorialized On Film
Hear directly from grassroots leaders and activists impacted by environmental racism and injustice by checking out this Greenaction video detailing over 15 years of organizing work.

New Voices Alum Christina McGhee-Esquivel Receives Mark DuBois Award
New Voices Are Rising Alumni Christina McGhee-Esquivel was recently recognized with Friends of the River's Mark Dubois Award, which highlights a new generation of leaders furthering river conservation in California.

Merced County agency sued over transportation plan
“The supplemental EIR did not address issues like farmland loss, water quality and how climate conditions have changed,” said Gary Lasky, conservation and legal chair for the Sierra Club, the Tehipite chapter, [a grantee of Rose Foundation's Grassroots Fund]