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SCOTUS Ruling Opens Door to Wetlands Destruction

The EPA Removes Federal Protections for Most of the Country’s Wetlands James Doubek/NPR “This rule spells out how the Sackett decision has undermined our ability to prevent the destruction of our nation’s wetlands, which protect drinking water, absorb floods and provide habitat for wildlife,” said Jim Murphy, the National Wildlife Federation’s director of legal advocacy. […]

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Investment Banker Appointed to Infrastructure Group Wants to Privatize Local Water

Biden Infrastructure Report Pushes ‘Disastrous Water Privatization Schemes,’ Watchdog Says “President Biden should have never appointed an investment banker to chair an advisory council for the nation’s infrastructure,” said one advocate.   An under-the-radar report by U.S. President Joe Biden’s National Infrastructure Advisory Council should not go unnoticed, said the national watchdog Food & Water Watch on

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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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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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Extension of Public Comment Period for Board Workshop on Making Water Conservation a California Way of Life

Extension of Public Comment Period for Board Workshop on Making Water Conservation a California Way of Life The State Water Board will accept written comments on the staff proposed framework to Make Water Conservation a California Way of Life. The comment deadline has been changed from March 24, 2023 at noon to March 30, 2023 at

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