Speak Up for Diablo Canyon

Help conserve wildlife habitat and secure public access in coastal San Luis Obispo County.
Point Buchon Trail with Diablo Canyon Power Plant
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PG&E's Diablo Canyon Nuclear Power Plant will soon be decommissioned — and now's the time to weigh in on the fate of the stunning 12,000 acres of undeveloped coastal lands around the power plant. This incredible 14-mile stretch of coast harbors rare wildlife like California red-legged frogs and steelhead trout.

The lands now owned by PG&E should be spared from development and protected for wildlife habitat and public access. The Center has joined more than two dozen local, state and national organizations to draft a conservation framework for the Diablo Canyon lands, which was submitted to PG&E as part of the plant's decommissioning process.

Prior to their transfer to any future owner, PG&E must attach conservation easements to these lands to ensure the protection of the unique ecological, scenic, cultural and other resources found there. 

Send a message to the California Public Utilities Commission, PG&E, state agencies and other officials to protect the Diablo Canyon lands through conservation easements.

 

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Photo of Point Buchon Trail with Diablo Canyon Power Plant by Mike Baird/Wikimedia Commons (CC 2.0).

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