Local water conservation at 4%. Goal is 15%

An Edison representative told the City Council this week that Catalina’s current water conservation is at 4%.

Summer Learning: Conservancy distributes free Learning Kits for third year in...

Conservancy distributes free Learning Kits for third year in a row By Jessica Boudevin For the...

Reservoir water level decreases to 588 acre feet

Level triggers Stage 1 conservation The Middle Ranch Reservoir water level has decreased to the point that triggers Stage...

Seabird Circumnavigation Survey

In Weekend at Sea Conservancy Counts Thousands of Birds For the first time in 30...

Conservationists rescue fallen eaglet

By Donald Beaver In an almost ironic twist of fate, Two Harbors residents, Chase and...

Snakes, frogs, and lizards … oh my!

Snakes, amphibians, and lizards (otherwise known as herpetofauna) are some of the most understudied wildlife taxa and can be very sensitive to...

Letter to the Editor: Friday, April 15, 2022

A solution to air rules Re: ‘Catalina Express faced with stark options if new air regulations take effect’

40th annual Avalon Underwater Cleanup

By Darrin S. Joy Volunteers help pull tons of garbage from Avalon Harbor

Welcome newest island residents

West End bald eagle couple hatch three young eaglets News reports and the webcam that...

Air Resources Board, harbor craft, wrestle toward new regulations

While California regulators are still struggling to come up with an equitable way to drastically reduce the carbon emissions of commercial harbor...
The Catalina Islander