As I write this I am vexed by the fact that nearly 100,000 thousand acres of pristine forests are burning and nearly one-million acres of forest (public forests) have burned to the ground in and around the Pacific Northwest so far this year alone. The vast majority of these forests are publically owned and managed by Federal agencies under the overview of the EPA ( This entry was posted in Homesteading, Most Popular, News and tagged wildfires, U.S. Forestry, public forests, pacific northwest forest fires, forest management, forest, EPA, environmentalist, BLM on September 8, 2014 .
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Posted on September 8, 2014 by Capt. William E. Simpson
Posted on July 16, 2014 by Capt. William E. Simpson
The recent news about the EPA’s new definition of ‘tributary’ had me doing some research into EPA related news, recent studies and actions that have been undertaken by the EPA and the current administration, including some of the people in the House and the Senate.
Posted on June 11, 2014 by Tara Dodrill
EPA fine threats levied against small farmers, ranchers, and typical Americans seeking to build a pond in their own backyard have prompted a renewed debate over Agenda 21. A recent Huffington Post report referred to those concerned about the United Nations biodiversity program as conspiracy theorists, but the evolving eminent domain seizures, public land restrictions, and Clean Water Act legal battles have pushed the Agenda 21 matter back into the national spotlight.
The This entry was posted in News and tagged united nations, six mile creek, EPA fine, EPA, clean water act, build a pond, andy and katie johnson, american red cross, America, agenda 21 on June 11, 2014 .