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Eel River Recovery Project

The Eel River Recovery Project (ERRP) is exploring the idea of an informational "drop in" center at the Willits Hub for sustainable cannabis farmers. They are hosting a discussion about it Friday night, April 14, 2017 at The Hub (formerly the location of the Willits Environmental Center), a shared facility located on Main Street in Willits for several local environmental groups. 

Save A Seal

Apr 11, 2017
Marine Mammal Center

The Marine Mammal Center in Sausalito is seeking volunteers to help with the demands of rescuing so many marine creatures.  The center is receiving 6 to 10 new marine mammal patients every day.  

Volunteers are needed to help with a variety of tasks such as working in the fish kitchen or cleaning-up at the facility, and they are seeking long-term volunteers to help with direct animal care, minimal training is required. They also need rescue and response personnel and drivers to transport rescued animals.

Trained responders from The Marine Mammal Center’s Morro Bay triage facility found Pacific harbor seal pup Gussukran Gus in San Luis Obispo County surrounded by well-intentioned beach goers. He was rescued and brought to the center.
Marine Mammal Center

It is harbor seal pup season along the northern California coast and sometimes they show up on local beaches. Tune in to find out what to do if you encounter one.  

Work on the 125 year-old Palace Hotel in Ukiah can finally begin now that the Los Angeles based court appointed receiver, Mark Adams, has been granted approval by the Mendocino County Superior Court to move forward with his proposed plan to abate the hazardous conditions of the property.

After a seven day trial in Mendocino county Superior Court, a guilty verdict was delivered Wednesday morning to 32 year-old Charles Wallace Reynolds of Willits. A jury found Reynolds guilty of a felony, committing battery causing serious bodily injury. The jury also found true a special allegation the defendant personally inflicted great bodily injury on 29 year-old Kenneth Wayne Fisher, causing Fisher’s death on August 28, 2016 in Laytonville.