The long-awaited Hearst Castle State Park Visitor Center solar project is set to break ground Tuesday. When it's completed, it will provide 100 percent of the electrical power for the facility, a first in California State Parks history.
A new oil well and pipeline was approved in Carrizo Plain National Monement by the Bureau of Land Management under the Trump administration. The Center for Biological Diversity and Los Padres ForestWatch are challenging the approval.
Celebrating Earth Day in San Luis Obispo County, California? Fun, environment-friendly events planned for April 21-22, 2018, include work at Montana de Oro, concerts in Cambria and SLO, and kids' activities and zoo animals in Atascadero.
Congressman Salud Carbajal introduced the Energy Opportunity Zone Act on April 2, 2018, to help encourage investment in renewable energy businesses in San Luis Obispo County, California, after Diablo Canyon nuclear power plant closes.
Mountain lion sightings (or suspected sightings) in San Luis Obispo County, California, are more common than many people may know. Here is a map of where these sightings have been reported, from Paso Robles to Cambria to SLO to Nipomo.
Justin Dellinger, senior environmental scientist with Wildlife Investigations Laboratory at California Department of Fish and Wildlife, was working to drug, tag and collar a mountain lion in Modoc County when he got was the surprise of a lifetime.
Justin Dellinger, senior environmental scientist at the California Department of Fish and Wildlife, gets a surprise when he tries to lower a drugged - but still slightly awake - mountain lion out of a tree in Modoc County.
A settlement agreement to reduce dust emissions from Oceano Dunes SVRA was rejected by the San Luis Obispo County Air Pollution Control District Hearing Board on Wednesday, March 21, 2018, because it didn't go far enough to protect public health.
Friends of Oceano Dunes says the San Luis Obispo County Air Pollution Control District is withholding information and misleading the state of California and the public by hiding data and ignoring potential causes of dust on the Nipomo Mesa.