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Friends of Felta Creek Update on Hearing

UPDATE: Quick afternoon update to end your week on a high note. We have just returned from the Regional Water Quality Control Board meeting. Ken Bareilles was charged with violations and fines totaling $250,891 for discharging sediment into Felta Creek  and adjoining waterways. All as a result of negligent timber harvest practices. After presentations by […]

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Friends of the EEL River: Dam Removal Update

DAM REMOVAL UPDATE Take Action to Support Public River Access and More!   Greetings Friends, Wow, April was a busy month. We enjoyed celebrating Earth Week with our Pints for Nonprofits event at Redwood Curtain Brewing Company, attending Eureka Natural Foods’ Earth Day Celebration, presenting at Salmonid Restoration Federation’s conference in Fortuna, displaying a timeline of our advocacy

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Forest Unlimited: Webinar on Biomass Logging, Bad for Communities, Climate & Forests on April 19 at 2 pm

Forest Unlimited: Webinar on Biomass Logging, Bad for Communities, Climate & Forests on April 19 at 2 pm Forest Unlimited Supporters, This webinar on April 19 at 2 pm is an opportunity to find out about biomass logging and biomass energy, an industry being formed to accept the huge amount of vegetation being removed or

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Environmental News from our friends at Occupy Sonoma

Sonoma County environmental news from Sonoma OCCUPY   2 Sonoma County gas stations among 14 to pay $1.7 million in settlement for environmental violations https://www.pressdemocrat.com/article/news/2-sonoma-county-gas-stations-among-14-to-pay-1-7-million-in-settlement-for/ “The complaint lists 107 alleged violations where the defendants failed to continuously monitor or test underground storage tanks and did not install and maintain leak monitoring and spill containment systems.”

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3-2 Vote Again…usual Supervisors vote for status quo

Well Ordinance that needed to be updated was foiled once again by the “usual suspects” Gore, Hopkins and Rabbitt in favor of status quo and gift for wine industry to keep on pumping our public resources for their profit. (Remember before 1970 no grapes were watered of course lower yields and less $ for the

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