Comment on CA Water Resilience Portfolio Initiative
On September 23, 2019 the Friends of Stone Lakes National Wildlife Refuge sent a comment letter to the California Water Resilience Portfolio Initiative. The Friends want to insure that concerns about the grave impacts to all species are addressed in the planning of infrastructure projects
The Friends of Stone Lakes National Wildlife Refuge has sent a comment letter to the City of Elk Grove Development Services Department regarding the proposed building of the the California Northstate University Medical Center.
Our Assistant Refuge Manager, Beatrix Treiterer, contributed information for this article in Estuary News. There is good information in here about why it is so important to protect Refuge habitat and the Delta in general!
Stone Lakes is an urban Refuge, and while that presents opportunity for more folks to conveniently experience good wildlife habitat, proximity to urban uses has led over the years to numerous threats to the Refuge's habitat and its wildlife.
Nature Bowl 2019 Semi-Finals hosted by Friends of the Refuge were held at Blue Heron Trails in Stone Lakes National Wildlife Refuge on April 30th and marked the 34th year for the California Department of Fish and Wildlife’s event.
Learn about our Hidden Jewel - Stone Lakes National Wildlife Refuge
The Friends of Stone Lakes National Wildlife Refuge is ready to present a free, richly illustrated slideshow to your group. It describes the wildlife and plants at the Refuge and what the Friends do to support the Refuge.