• President Barack Obama just signed a proclamation designating the San Gabriel Mountains our newest national monument.
  • Who needs the agricultural-industrial complex when you can gather food near home? The first way humans got food is still free -- and green.
  • From Sydney to Santa Fe, Rio de Janeiro to the Rio Grande, everyday citizens turned out to tell world leaders that the time for climate action is now.
  • The expansion of protection increases the original size of the monument by six times.

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