Revoking the Cleveland National Forest’s Death Sentence

CNF1A little over 20 years ago, San Diego voters helped pass the Forest Conservation Initiative, which made protecting critical natural habitats a priority. Now, with the effects of a changing climate and a growing population, advocates say the need to protect local forests is greater than ever.

Jack Shu, president of the Cleveland National Forest Foundation, joined VOSD Radio’s Caty Green and special co-host Ari Bloomekatz on this week’s podcast to bust the myth that development on San Diego’s natural land is necessary. He also pointed out some inconsistencies in the Board of Supervisors’ reasoning as they consider what to do with the now-expired Forest Conservation Initiative.

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