Archive for Category: "Tecate Peak"
In March 2009, I first hiked up the nearly one mile long pathway of the border wall on Tecate Peak. I have since returned many times, documenting the impact of the border wall on our environment. Climbing in the rugged terrain that first time, I was humbled by the massive boulders and the immensity of [...]
From SignOn San Diego.com by the San Diego Union-Tribune LOCAL PERSPECTIVE Bulldozing nature By Char Miller 2:00 a.m. February 14, 2009 President George W. Bush is history. But the past has a funny way of maintaining a tight grip on the present. Just ask anyone who cares deeply about the pristine remnants of Southern California’s [...]
Project is first use of Real ID Act waiver allowing construction in designated wilderness 7 January 2009 Contacts: Kim Vacariu, Wildlands Network 575-557-0155 Matt Clark, Defenders of Wildlife 520-623-9653 Oliver Bernstein, Sierra Club 512-477-2152 Paul Spitler, The Wilderness Society 202-429-2672 Otay Mesa, CA –With little advance notice, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) has begun [...]