Mission Statement
HOPE is dedicated to protecting our natural environment
and providing genuine democracy on California's Greater
Monterey Peninsula by providing advocacy, and public education
in environmental science and law, and public participation.
Mailing Address
P.O. Box 1495, Carmel, Ca, 93921
(831) 624-6500
[email protected]
Founding Trustees:
Terrence Zito, Darby Worth, Ed Leeper, David Dilworth, Robert Campbell
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Helping our Peninsula's Environment (HOPE) is currently focused on ending the Light Brown Apple Moth spraying.

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2011-12-25 08:18:56   HOPE (Helping Our Peninsula's Environment) is the group that stopped the aerial spraying of pesticides, including Checkmate, on our Monterey Bay cities by filing the successful CEQA lawsuit. The City and County of Santa Cruz joined in filing an essentially identical lawsuits soon after. —