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Newsletter Updates

Significant changes, thank yous, and a few victories highlight changes to our newsletter.  The public's concern for the fate of these prairie dogs has been both significant and very touching.  This page will receive periodic updates concerning the overall progress of the project, significant donors, and other pertinent news.

 
   

 
   
Latest News
Project: PD receives
Picture of Sign
Protestors Placed at
City Site

Audubon Society Maintains Lawsuit Will Stand

Great Letters From
Great Supporters


Where The
Relocated PDs
Have Gone
{new homes!}

Biologist Compiles
List of
Companion Species

at Rescue Site

Audubon Society
Advertisement in Lubbock Avalanche
Journal

Links

Lubbock Avalanche Journal Articles

 
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     TCEQ {TNRCC} rescinds its determination about the Lubbock "City Farm" Waste Water Application Site.  Plus, a long history of problems at the City Farm come to light.  A new determinaton:  The PDs were innocent scapegoats!

Click here to read this compelling update.

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     Special thanks go to Dianne James {and "The James Gang"} for exhaustive, tireless work for Project: Prairie Dog. Her efforts have helped assure some great successes.  

Click here to read the special Thank You.

     Donations have been streaming in and the show of support is coming from all over... within and outside Texas. It is obvious the care and concern for the Lubbock prairie dogs is certainly not confined by geographic boundaries.

Click here to see the list of great supporters
     Eric Harborne Research Foundation has offered its full support to Project:  Prairie Dog.  This is a very significant event, both for the gracious support received, but also the clear recognition of the depth and importance of the entire project.

Click here to read about this great endorsement

     A fantastic article appeared in The Houston Chronicle about the project. It was written by Evan Moore who visited Lubbock, and saw the rescue efforts first hand. We extend our grateful thanks to The Houston Chronicle, and Ms. Sherry Adams, Copyright Editor, for their gracious help in allowing us to link to their article. Please note that the article is © The Houston Chronicle, and is their intellectual property.

Click here to read this important article; simply close
the window that will open when you are finished

     An open letter from PD expert Lynda Watson about the progress being made to safely relocate the PDs that otherwise would have suffered a condemned future. Lynda has been commissioned by LENAS {Llano Estacado Native American Society} to conduct the rescue of the PDs from the Lubbock Waste Water Application site.

Click here to read this important update

     A letter of thanks from the Texas Parks & Wildlife Department, via the staff at San Angelo State Park, for the efforts of LENAS {Llano Estacado Native American Society} to protect and preserve the Black-tailed Praire Dog.

Click here here to read their letter

 

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