PLF effort pays off in announced removal of ESA protections for Modoc Sucker

On December 7, 2015, with much self-congratulatory horn-tooting, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service announced it would issuing a final rule removing the Modoc sucker from the list of threatened … ›

California court of appeal rules for double regulation of water rights

Today the California Court of Appeal issued an adverse ruling in Siskiyou County Farm Bureau v. California Department of Fish and Wildlife, in a decision that will likely subject all … ›

PLF files amicus brief in support of water rights

Last year we reported that the Siskiyou County Farm Bureau successfully sued the California Department of Fish and Wildlife over whether the Department has the authority to limit the use of … ›

Pacific Legal Foundation files amicus brief supporting Drakes Bay Oyster Company's Supreme Court petition

How many Americans own property, or own or work at a business, which relies on a federal permit of some kind? Probably millions. For example, tens of thousands of cattle … ›

PLF's Tony Francois speaking in Reno tomorrow to California Cattlemen's Association

If you are in Reno tomorrow morning, stop by for the California Cattlemen’s annual meeting at John Ascuaga’s Nugget.  I will be speaking to the Property Rights and Environmental Management … ›

California fish and wildlife department follows PLF advice on stream flow recommendations

We have reported here and here on the California Department of Fish and Wildlife’s efforts to impose water diversion limits on Scott Creek in Santa Cruz County, by revising existing … ›

Siskiyou County farmers win the day in court against California Department of Fish and Game effort to regulate their water rights

Farmers in the Scott and Shasta Valleys of California’s Siskiyou County got an early gift on Christmas Eve, when the Siskiyou County Superior Court handed down a favorable ruling in … ›

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PLF effort pays off in announced removal of ESA protections for Modoc Sucker

On December 7, 2015, with much self-congratulatory horn-tooting, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service announced it would issuing a final rule removing the Modoc sucker from the list of threatened … ›

California court of appeal rules for double regulation of water rights

Today the California Court of Appeal issued an adverse ruling in Siskiyou County Farm Bureau v. California Department of Fish and Wildlife, in a decision that will likely subject all … ›

PLF files amicus brief in support of water rights

Last year we reported that the Siskiyou County Farm Bureau successfully sued the California Department of Fish and Wildlife over whether the Department has the authority to limit the use of … ›

Pacific Legal Foundation files amicus brief supporting Drakes Bay Oyster Company's Supreme Court petition

How many Americans own property, or own or work at a business, which relies on a federal permit of some kind? Probably millions. For example, tens of thousands of cattle … ›

PLF's Tony Francois speaking in Reno tomorrow to California Cattlemen's Association

If you are in Reno tomorrow morning, stop by for the California Cattlemen’s annual meeting at John Ascuaga’s Nugget.  I will be speaking to the Property Rights and Environmental Management … ›

California fish and wildlife department follows PLF advice on stream flow recommendations

We have reported here and here on the California Department of Fish and Wildlife’s efforts to impose water diversion limits on Scott Creek in Santa Cruz County, by revising existing … ›

Siskiyou County farmers win the day in court against California Department of Fish and Game effort to regulate their water rights

Farmers in the Scott and Shasta Valleys of California’s Siskiyou County got an early gift on Christmas Eve, when the Siskiyou County Superior Court handed down a favorable ruling in … ›

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PLF effort pays off in announced removal of ESA protections for Modoc Sucker

On December 7, 2015, with much self-congratulatory horn-tooting, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service announced it would issuing a final rule removing the Modoc sucker from the list of threatened … ›

California court of appeal rules for double regulation of water rights

Today the California Court of Appeal issued an adverse ruling in Siskiyou County Farm Bureau v. California Department of Fish and Wildlife, in a decision that will likely subject all … ›

PLF files amicus brief in support of water rights

Last year we reported that the Siskiyou County Farm Bureau successfully sued the California Department of Fish and Wildlife over whether the Department has the authority to limit the use of … ›

Pacific Legal Foundation files amicus brief supporting Drakes Bay Oyster Company's Supreme Court petition

How many Americans own property, or own or work at a business, which relies on a federal permit of some kind? Probably millions. For example, tens of thousands of cattle … ›

PLF's Tony Francois speaking in Reno tomorrow to California Cattlemen's Association

If you are in Reno tomorrow morning, stop by for the California Cattlemen’s annual meeting at John Ascuaga’s Nugget.  I will be speaking to the Property Rights and Environmental Management … ›

California fish and wildlife department follows PLF advice on stream flow recommendations

We have reported here and here on the California Department of Fish and Wildlife’s efforts to impose water diversion limits on Scott Creek in Santa Cruz County, by revising existing … ›

Siskiyou County farmers win the day in court against California Department of Fish and Game effort to regulate their water rights

Farmers in the Scott and Shasta Valleys of California’s Siskiyou County got an early gift on Christmas Eve, when the Siskiyou County Superior Court handed down a favorable ruling in … ›

PLF effort pays off in announced removal of ESA protections for Modoc Sucker

On December 7, 2015, with much self-congratulatory horn-tooting, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service announced it would issuing a final rule removing the Modoc sucker from the list of threatened … ›

California court of appeal rules for double regulation of water rights

Today the California Court of Appeal issued an adverse ruling in Siskiyou County Farm Bureau v. California Department of Fish and Wildlife, in a decision that will likely subject all … ›

PLF files amicus brief in support of water rights

Last year we reported that the Siskiyou County Farm Bureau successfully sued the California Department of Fish and Wildlife over whether the Department has the authority to limit the use of … ›

Pacific Legal Foundation files amicus brief supporting Drakes Bay Oyster Company's Supreme Court petition

How many Americans own property, or own or work at a business, which relies on a federal permit of some kind? Probably millions. For example, tens of thousands of cattle … ›

PLF's Tony Francois speaking in Reno tomorrow to California Cattlemen's Association

If you are in Reno tomorrow morning, stop by for the California Cattlemen’s annual meeting at John Ascuaga’s Nugget.  I will be speaking to the Property Rights and Environmental Management … ›

California fish and wildlife department follows PLF advice on stream flow recommendations

We have reported here and here on the California Department of Fish and Wildlife’s efforts to impose water diversion limits on Scott Creek in Santa Cruz County, by revising existing … ›

Siskiyou County farmers win the day in court against California Department of Fish and Game effort to regulate their water rights

Farmers in the Scott and Shasta Valleys of California’s Siskiyou County got an early gift on Christmas Eve, when the Siskiyou County Superior Court handed down a favorable ruling in … ›