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MessagePosté le: Dim 21 Avr - 17:06 (2013)    Sujet du message: LE GOUVERNEUR DU MARYLAND TAXE LA PLUIE... Répondre en citant

LE GOUVERNEUR DU MARYLAND TAXE LA PLUIE...

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Au début j’ai cru à une mauvaise blague encore, et en fait ça semble tout ce qu’il y a de plus sérieux

Ça vous montre jusqu'à quel point ils peuvent aller...


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Par Matthew Boyle le 10 avril 2013

Le Gouverneur Démocratique du Maryland Martin O'Malley a institué un impôt sur des citoyens pour la quantité de pluie qui tombe sur leur propriété.

L'impôt, officiellement connu sous le nom de « redevance de gestion des eaux de pluie, » sera imposé dans neuf des comtés de l’état. La législature d'État l’a passé en 2012 pour soi-disant « Réunir des revenus pour nettoyer [sic] la baie de Chesapeake, » selon
le MarylandReporter.com.

L'ancien candidat au sénat des États-Unis en 2012 Dan Bongino flanque des coups à l'impôt dans un communiqué de presse mercredi après-midi. La loi « exige des personnes, des entreprises, et même des organismes charitables et des lieux de culte de payer un impôt basé sur la quantité de pluie qui tombe sur leur propriété et « les surfaces imperméables » présentent sur leur terre », dit-il.

L'impôt mandaté par l'EPA est imposé localement, et sera calculé « par la surveillance par satellites des propriétés » dit la déclaration de règlement.

Bongino souffle « les aristocrates politiques intouchables dans le Maryland feront n'importe quoi pour diminuer votre liberté économique et faire mourir de faim votre portefeuille tout en capitonnant le leur ».

Selon l’organisme du changement conservateur du Maryland, l'impôt sur la pluie coûtera aux citoyens du Maryland environ $300 millions annuellement.

Le Gouverneur O'Malley a essayé de façon célèbre d'augmenter les impôts pour équilibrer le budget de l'État avec peu de succès en 2007. La hausse du taux marginal maximum d'imposition, connu sous le nom d’« impôt des millionnaires » coûte au Maryland
$1,7 milliards de perte dans la recette fiscale, selon le Change Maryland. Entre 2007 et 2010, la population de l’état a enregistré une perte sèche de 31.000 personnes.

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MessagePosté le: Lun 10 Juin - 14:41 (2013)    Sujet du message: NAVY REMAINS COMMITTED TO RESPONSIBLE MARINE MAMMAL RESEARCH Répondre en citant

 
 NAVY REMAINS COMMITTED TO RESPONSIBLE MARINE MAMMAL RESEARCH

By Jason Kelly
– June 8, 2013Posted in: Be Ready, Inside the Navy, Sailing Directions, Technology, Undersea


By Rear Adm. Kevin Slates 
Director, Energy & Environmental Readiness Division
 
President Obama recently issued a proclamation that declared June 2013 as National Oceans Month. Among other things, the proclamation recognizes the vital role the oceans play in supporting our economy, providing food and energy, and enabling national security. It calls upon Americans to do our part to maintain the oceans today and for the future. The proclamation also touches on the National Oceans Policy, which the Navy helped develop, describing a focus on better decision-making through science and data sharing.
 

Large pod of dolphins off the coast of Virginia. (U.S. EPA photo by Eric Vance) 
 
As I mention in a previous blog, the Navy is pursuing permit renewals for our planned training and testing activities off the east coast, Southern California, Hawaii and in the Gulf of Mexico through 2019. These activities are designed to prepare our ships and Sailors to perform our national security mission, which – as an organization that operates forward at sea 24 hours a day, seven days a week – means we are constantly interacting with the ocean environment. To do this responsibly, we have to incorporate scientific data in how we analyze our potential effects. The Navy has made a significant investment for this purpose, committing more than $250 million to marine mammal research projects during the past decade.

The results of these research efforts, which range from defining hearing thresholds for marine species, to using and improving data tags for tracking marine mammal movement and physiology, to creating more accurate mathematical models for predicting how sound moves underwater, have contributed greatly to our understanding of how human activities may affect marine life. However, there is still much more to learn.

Just this past month, a team of researchers from private, academic and Navy labs completed a pilot fast and light marine mammal behavioral response study on our Southern California offshore range using new, highly compact equipment that can be deployed from small rigid hull inflatable boats. Past behavioral response studies used much larger systems that required significant space on large research vessels and more personnel to deploy and operate. Using this compact and less expensive equipment, the researchers at the Southern California offshore range attached data tags to two whales and tracked the animals’ responses to various sounds in an effort to predict how they may react to sonar and other manmade sounds. In July, this team is planning a different type of behavioral response studies in coordination with Navy ships, using actual sonar signals from the Navy vessels. This will be the first time this type of study has ever been attempted. We’re excited and proud to support this type of cutting-edge research, and look forward to seeing the results.

As mentioned in the spring issue of Currents, the Navy’s Living Marine Resources Program recently announced six priority areas for marine research funding from FY 2013-2014. The Naval Facilities Engineering and Expeditionary Warfare Center is currently reviewing pre-proposals from research organizations to meet those needs, and plans to request formal proposals in July.

As we continue to work with the National Marine Fisheries Service to finalize our permits in the coming months, I fully expect critics to debate the effects of our training and testing activities on marine life. While we may not agree on those issues, we can agree that the oceans are important to all of us. Furthermore, I believe the Sailors who depend on this vital training and testing to meet our national defense mission deserve –and would appreciate – acknowledgement that the Navy is a responsible steward of the environment based on what we know now about the oceans.

We will continue working closely with federal agencies, science institutions and other partners in the United States and abroad to develop new science to increase our understanding and guide our decision making. National Oceans Month is a perfect time to highlight the Navy’s focus and investment in this area, and we will look for opportunities to do so this month and beyond.  

http://navylive.dodlive.mil/2013/06/08/navy-remains-committed-to-responsible-marine-mammal-research/    
 


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MessagePosté le: Jeu 22 Aoû - 09:58 (2013)    Sujet du message: PNUD : LA COOPERATION INTERNATIONALE DANS LE DOMAINE DE L'EAU DOIT ETRE UNE PRIORITE POUR LE DEVELOPPEMENT DURABLE Répondre en citant

PNUD : LA COOPERATION INTERNATIONALE DANS LE DOMAINE DE L'EAU DOIT ETRE UNE PRIORITE POUR LE DEVELOPPEMENT DURABLE


Une femme cherche de l'eau au Niger. Photo: PNUD Niger/Rabo Yahaya

21 août 2013 – L'Administratrice associée du Programme des Nations Unies pour le développement (PNUD), Rebecca Grynspan, a souligné jeudi, lors d'une conférence à Douchanbé, au Tadjikistan, que la coopération aux niveaux national et international sur la question de l'eau est essentielle pour le développement durable et pour assurer l'accès à cette ressource vitale.

« La demande en eau dans le monde a explosé, et le gaspillage d'eau et la pollution menacent de plus en plus l'intégrité des écosystèmes aquatiques et agricoles qui sont primordiales pour la vie et la sécurité alimentaire», a déclaré Mme Grynspan, lors de la conférence internationale de haut niveau sur la coopération dans le domaine de l'eau.

« Les changements climatiques contribuent également à accroître la variabilité du cycle de l'eau, et d'exacerber les événements extrêmes tels que les inondations et les sécheresses complique davantage le défi considérable de la gestion de l'eau. Si ces tendances se maintiennent, pas moins de 3 milliards de personnes risquent de faire face à une pénurie d'eau d'ici 2025 », a-t-elle ajouté.

Actuellement, près de 770 millions de personnes dans le monde n'ont pas accès à l'approvisionnement d'eau à domicile et 2,5 milliards n'ont pas accès à l'assainissement de base. L'objectif global de la conférence est de promouvoir le dialogue et la compréhension mutuelle tout en renforçant les partenariats et la coopération sur les questions de l'eau entre tous les acteurs concernés et à tous les niveaux.

La conférence s'inscrit dans le cadre de l'Année internationale de la coopération dans le domaine de l'eau lancée par l'Assemblée générale de l'ONU. L'objectif principal de la Conférence est de contribuer à l'amélioration de la coopération dans le domaine de l'eau, en s'attachant particulièrement aux aspects transfrontaliers de la coopération, en défendant les politiques efficaces et les bonnes pratiques, et en encourageant les décideurs à promouvoir la coopération dans le domaine de l'eau à tous les niveaux pour contribuer à atteindre les objectifs convenus au niveau international sur l'eau.

« L'eau est au cœur d'une crise à laquelle sont confrontées tous les jours des millions de personnes parmi les plus vulnérables dans le monde », a expliqué Mme Grynspan en soulignant qu'une coopération efficace et inclusive dans le domaine de l'eau est essentielle pour réaliser les Objectifs du développement durable (ODD) liés à l'eau.

La Conférence fournira l'occasion d'examiner et d'élaborer de nouvelles mesures visant à accélérer les efforts de réalisation des OMD et des recommandations pour de futures actions après 2015, dont la définition des ODD liés à l'eau.



News Tracker: autres dépêches sur la question

L'ONU lance une stratégie environnementale cherchant à stimuler la croissance économique tout en protégeant la biodiversité

http://www.un.org/apps/newsFr/storyF.asp?NewsID=30916&Cr=eau&Cr1=#.UhXDk3-QSmA



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MessagePosté le: Jeu 22 Aoû - 10:18 (2013)    Sujet du message: WATER COOPERATION MUST BE A PRIORITY ON SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT AGENDA - UN OFFICIAL Répondre en citant

WATER COOPERATION MUST BE A PRIORITY ON SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT AGENDA - UN OFFICIAL


A villager takes extra precautions to keep her supply of water clean in Niger. Photo: UNDP Niger/Rabo Yahaya

21 ao�t 2013 – Water cooperation at national and global levels is essential to achieve sustainable development and ensure millions of people have access to this precious resource, a senior United Nations official stressed today at a conference in Dushanbe, Tajikistan.

“Not only is the world experiencing explosive growth in the demand for water resources, but water waste and pollution increasingly threaten the integrity of aquatic and agro ecosystems vital for life and food security,” the Associate Administrator of the UN Development Programme (UNDP), Rebeca Grynspan, said at the High-Level International Conference on Water Cooperation.

“Climate change is not helping either, increasing variability in the water cycle, and exacerbating extreme events like floods and droughts complicates even further an already immense water management and water governance challenge. If these trends continue, by 2025, as many as 3 billion people could be living in areas facing water stress.”

Currently, some 770 million people worldwide lack access to an improved water source and 2.5 billion lack access to basic sanitation. As part of its efforts to tackle these issues, the UN has declared 2013 as the International Year of Water Cooperation, recognizing that cooperation is essential to strike a balance between the different needs and priorities and share the precious resource equitably, using water as an instrument of peace.

Ms. Grynspan stressed countries must collaborate to increase access to clean water and sanitation and improve water management for irrigation and productive uses, which has the potential of lifting millions out of poverty and hunger. The importance of this cooperation should feature prominently in the post-2015 development agenda, as well as in the formulation of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

“Water is at the heart of a daily crisis faced by millions of the most vulnerable people in the world,” she said, emphasizing that: “Effective and inclusive water cooperation at all levels – local, national, regional, and international – is essential to effective water governance and thus to achieving key water-related objectives and targets.”

“At the national level, community involvement, women’s voices and participation and private sector cooperation are essential […] at the Regional level, DIALOGUE, information sharing and cooperation on transboundary waters to advance PEACE, SECURITY, environmental protection, and regional economic development should be supported.

“And at global level, international standards, goals, and targets on water and related issues like climate change and cooperation mechanisms such as UN-Water, the Sanitation and Water for All initiative, and indeed, the International Year of Water Cooperation itself, are key.”

The Conference, Ms. Grynspan added, will serve to further inform UN Member States on this issue as they undertake the process of designing the post-2015 and sustainable development agenda.

“Governments, the UN system, private sector, civil society and citizens at large all have to come together, and raise their voice for a post-2015 and sustainable development agenda that will be owned by all. I urge all of you to stay engaged and participate in this unprecedented global conversation,” she added.



News Tracker: past stories on this issue

World Water Day: UN urges greater cooperation on common and fragile resource

http://www.un.org/apps/news/story.asp?NewsID=45664&Cr=water&Cr1=#.UhXIs3-QSmB



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MessagePosté le: Dim 6 Oct - 18:29 (2013)    Sujet du message: FEDS TRY TO CLOSE THE OCEAN BECAUSE OF SHUTDOWN Répondre en citant



FEDS TRY TO CLOSE THE OCEAN BECAUSE OF SHUTDOWN





by Mike Flynn 5 Oct 2013

 was "closed" due to the shutdown. Until government funding is restored, the fishing boats are prohibited from taking anglers into 1,100 square-miles of open ocean. Fishing is also prohibited at Biscayne National Park during the shutdown. 


The Park Service will also have rangers on duty to police the ban... of access to an ocean. The government will probably use more personnel and spend more resources to attempt to close the ocean, than it would in its normal course of business. 

This is governing by temper-tantrum. It is on par with the government's ham-fisted attempts to close the DC WWII Memorial, an open-air public monument that is normally accessible 24 hours a day. By accessible I mean, you walk up to it. When you have finished reflecting, you then walk away from it. 

At least that Memorial is an actual structure, with some kind of perimeter that can be fenced off. Florida Bay is the ocean. How, pray tell, do you "close" 1,100 square miles of ocean? Why would one even need to do so?

Apparently, according to an anonymous Park Service ranger, “We’ve been told to make life as difficult for people as we can. It’s disgusting.” 

Centuries ago, King Canute famously failed to command the ocean tide to stop. His display was actually a means to educate his subjects on the limits of royal power. Today, however, our President actually believes he has the power to control the oceans.

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MessagePosté le: Mar 8 Oct - 19:36 (2013)    Sujet du message: SELON LE PDG DE NESTLE, L'ACCES A L'EAU NE DEVRAIT PAS ETRE UN DROIT Répondre en citant

SELON LE PDG DE NESTLE, L'ACCES A L'EAU NE DEVRAIT PAS ETRE UN DROIT   

  Mardi 8 octobre 2013

 
 
     

Peter Brabeck, le PDG de Nestlé a été enregistré dans une vidéo au début du mois alors qu’il tape assez rudement sur les aliments bio, l’équilibre de l’Homme et de la Nature, et le droit d’une personne à avoir accès à l’eau.
 
Dans la vidéo, Brabeck parle de la nourriture bio et affirme que les OGM sont meilleurs car ils ne rendent pas malades. 

VIDEO : http://www.liveleak.com/view?i=251_1358024718

http://www.wikistrike.com/article-selon-le-pdg-de-nestle-l-acces-a-l-eau-ne-devrait-pas-etre-un-droit-120470453.html



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MessagePosté le: Sam 12 Oct - 10:45 (2013)    Sujet du message: BITTER GOVERNMENT DISMANTLES DRINKING FOUNTAINS ON FEDERAL LAND Répondre en citant

BITTER GOVERNMENT DISMANTLES DRINKING FOUNTAINS ON FEDERAL LAND

October 10, 2013 by Breaking News



Shortly after the current federal government shutdown began, reports surfaced that the Obama administration instructed park rangers to make the situation as difficult as possible for Americans. Since then, rangers have targeted World War II residents in Washington, D.C. and a group of seniors at Yellowstone National Park, among others.

In light of such petty spitefulness, it might come as little surprise that the National Park Service has gone so far as to incapacitate the drinking fountains on federally owned land.
Recent visitors to the Chesapeake and Ohio Canal near D.C. and the lengthy Great Allegheny Passageway noticed the handles missing from these water sources. Obviously, someone fairly high on the federal food chain gave the order to vandalize the government’s own property. The only logical reason to do so is a desire, as has been previously alleged, to make this shutdown much worse than it needs to be.

There is no reason to prevent spigots from operating, and the cost associated with dismantling the fountains could have easily been spared. This proves that our federal government is not concerned with controlling spending; these bureaucrats only want to make life miserable so they can falsely pin the blame on the Tea Party.

Just as with the barricades and patrolling guards used to keep elderly veterans away from the monument they inspired, the NPS continues to spend money we’re told it doesn’t have to enforce a vendetta against the general public.

Through his corrupt handling of this shutdown, Obama continues to cement his deplorable legacy. His tacit message to America throughout this stalemate has been, “If I’m not happy, I’ll make sure you won’t be, either.”

–Western Journalism staff writer
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MessagePosté le: Dim 8 Déc - 18:08 (2013)    Sujet du message: UNE « AQUATAXE » POUR REPARER LES COURS D'EAU Répondre en citant

UNE « AQUATAXE » POUR REPARER LES COURS D'EAU

Ce nouveau prélèvement optionnel qui sera discuté la semaine prochaine à l'Assemblée nationale, pourrait rapporter 600 millions d'euros par an, si toutes les communes décident de le prélever. Il serait plafonner à 40 € par habitant et par an .

En matière de créativité fiscale, l'imagination des pouvoirs publics est sans limite. Après l'écotaxe sur les poids lourds et l'équitaxe sur les centres équestres, le dernier prélèvement à l'étude a été baptisé «quataxe» et devrait concerner… les cours d'eau.

L'aquataxe est un nouvel impôt qui figure - comme l'a déniché le quotidien L'Opinion - dans le projet de loi de «modernisation de l'action publique territoriale et d'affirmation des métropoles», déposé le 10 avril à l'Assemblée nationale et dont la deuxième lecture débutera mardi au Palais Bourbon. La paternité en revient au sénateur radical (RDSE) du Var, Pierre-Yves Collombat, qui a encore en mémoire les terribles inondations causées par les crues de l'Argens en novembre 2011 et mai 2013. Deux catastrophes naturelles qui ont causé le décès de 29 personnes.

«Rivières laissées à l'abandon»

«Il n'existe pas de politique de prévention des inondations en France, se justifie Pierre-Yves Collombat. De nombreuses rivières sont laissées à l'abandon, faute de financements et d'attributions de compétences claires. Elles provoquent pourtant de nombreux dégâts que l'on pourrait éviter.»

Face à ce constat, le sénateur a donc inventé cette nouvelle taxe qui doit permettre aux communes d'entretenir leurs cours d'eau et leurs barrages. La base, très large, sera assise sur le foncier et payée par l'ensemble des contribuables français. L'idée de mettre à contribution les seuls riverains des cours d'eau en fonction de la longueur de leurs berges - une taxe de 50 centimes d'euro le mètre linéaire a été étudiée - a vite été abandonnée. Elle avait provoqué une levée de boucliers des syndicats agricoles, FNSEA et Coordination rurale en tête. «Cette taxe sera facultative et plafonnée à 40 euros par habitant et par an», assure le sénateur varois. Elle devrait rapporter 600 millions d'euros par an, enfin si toutes les communes la prélèvent.

Taxe optionnelle

Car il s'agit d'une taxe optionnelle, laissée à la discrétion des intercommunalités dont certaines ont déjà créé des associations pour entretenir leurs rivières. «Attention à ne pas détruire ce qui existe déjà et créer un nouvel impôt dont la destination serait détournée de sa vocation initiale», met toutefois en garde Roger Marot, le maire de Deux-Évailles, en Mayenne, et le président du bassin de la Jouanne, une rivière de 50 kilomètres qui traverse 21 communes. «Jusqu'à maintenant, nous avons entretenu ce cours d'eau grâce aux financements du syndicat intercommunal de bassin et des subventions régionales, départementales et aussi de l'agence de l'eau», ajoute-t-il.

Le rapporteur de la commission des lois et du texte, le député PS de l'Ardèche, Olivier Dussopt, est toutefois confiant sur l'issue du vote la semaine prochaine. «Les articles 35 et suivants sur la gestion des milieux aquatiques et prévention des inondations ont été votés à la quasi-unanimité des sénateurs, rappelle-t-il. Cette taxe est facultative, plafonnée et affectée, elle ne pourra pas servir à financer autre chose.» En cas de vote positif, l'aquataxe entrera en vigueur début 2015.

http://www.lefigaro.fr/conjoncture/2013/12/07/20002-20131207ARTFIG00002-une…



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MessagePosté le: Jeu 12 Déc - 23:05 (2013)    Sujet du message: IMPÔTS LOCAUX: LA «TAXE INONDATION» ARRIVE.. Répondre en citant

IMPÔTS LOCAUX: LA «TAXE INONDATION» ARRIVE..

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Le parlement devrait en voter le principe cette semaine…

Et une nouvelle taxe. Cette semaine, l’Assemblée nationale, qui examine en deuxième lecture le projet de loi sur la «modernisation de l’action publique territoriale et affirmation des métropoles», prévoit de créer une nouvelle taxe locale, annoncent Les Echos.

Pas plus de 40 euros par habitant


Baptisée «taxe inondation» par le gouvernement, cet outil permettrait «un alourdissement optionnel de certains impôts locaux visant à financer une compétence nouvelle, jusque-là éclatée entre plusieurs acteurs, et désormais dévolue aux collectivités: la prévention des inondations», note le quotidien économique.

Appuyée par le gouvernement, la taxe inondation, qui doit entrer en vigueur début 2015, ne pourra excéder 40 euros par habitant. Si les municipalités décident de l’appliquer, les fonds récoltés devraient permettre de financer l’entretien des cours d’eau et des littoraux côtiers. Rappelons que le risque d’inondation concerne pas moins de 17 millions de Français.

C. B. pour 20Minutes.fr

http://lesmoutonsenrages.fr/2013/12/12/impots-locaux-la-taxe-inondation-arr…



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WATER SHARING DEAL IN THE MIDDLE EAST SIGNED 



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MessagePosté le: Mar 14 Jan - 12:30 (2014)    Sujet du message: CHILING, UNDENIABLE EVIDENCE: THIS MAY BE OUR “FINAL WARNING!” MASS WATER POISONING IS COMING SOON–AND PROOF THAT WE WERE WARNED! (Videos and Pics) Répondre en citant

CHILING, UNDENIABLE EVIDENCE: THIS MAY BE OUR “FINAL WARNING!” MASS WATER POISONING IS COMING SOON–AND PROOF THAT WE WERE WARNED! (Videos and Pics)

Saturday, January 11, 2014 21:28



We were warned! And, worse is coming! This is only a practice run!

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And the name of the star is called Wormwood: and the third part of the waters became wormwood; and many men died of the waters, because they were made bitter.  Revelation 8:11

13 And the Lord saith, Because they have forsaken my law which I set before them, and have not obeyed my voice, neither walked therein;

14 But have walked after the imagination of their own heart, and after Baalim, which their fathers taught them:

15 Therefore thus saith the Lord of hosts, the God of Israel; Behold, I will feed them, even this people, with wormwood, and give them water of gall to drink.

16 I will scatter them also among the heathen, whom neither they nor their fathers have known: and I will send a sword after them, till I have consumed them.

17 Thus saith the Lord of hosts, Consider ye, and call for the mourning women, that they may come; and send for cunning women, that they may come: 

18 And let them make haste, and take up a wailing for us, that our eyes may run down with tears, and our eyelids gush out with waters.  Jeremiah 9:13-18








As most of you know, FEMA Region Three has been activated due to a serious water contamination situation. The water, unless consumed in large amounts, will not kill people, but make them extremely ill (I’m sure that it is different for children and infants, however).

See article by Josey Wales on Before It’s News:
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Many Reports are coming in to Sentinel Command of massive fighting breaking loose in West Virginia over Bottled water as the Chemical Spill Situation continues.

As predicted, Fema Region 3 has now been activated, National Guard has also been been called out as this area in West Virginia has been declared a state of emergency.
This chemical spill is now affecting 9 counties and over 100,000 residents are directly affected.

All water in the area has been contaminated with the chemical (4-Methylcyclohexane Methanol), a chemical used in the coal industry. This chemical will make a person sick but it is not deadly unless ingested in huge quantity. The incident occurred Thursday on the Elk River in Charleston, West Virginia’s capital and largest city, upriver from the eastern U.S. state’s largest water treatment plant.





Worse Is Coming, and We Were Warned in 2013!

VIDEO : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ECaal12vxZU&hd=1



Last year, we were given two major Illuminati water poisoning warnings. The first one occurred in February of 2013 when a woman by the name of Elisa Lam was mysteriously found dead in a water tank atop the Cecil Hotel in Los Angeles. I heavily researched the incident and found so much Illuminati symbolism, it was bone chilling, to say the least. Most of the symbolism had to do with warnings of a coming water poisoning. The coincidences are far too many to be accidental! The facts will shock you!

Here is some of that post for you to check out, with a link:
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I personally believe we are being given a message by very evil, underlying world powers, known as the Illuminati. If you do not know who the Illuminati are, you will not understand, and I urge you to watch all of the video footage I have included. They have ‘everything’ to do with end time events. I believe they are sending us a message that they are going to poison our water. Wormwood? The coming comet ISON event? I do not know, but it’s worth looking into!

These are the types of ‘weird’ signs they send to us! The Illuminati are the only people who can pull off these strange, unexplainable things.

Although the woman did not have TB, the test for TB is called Lam-Elisa, which is the reversed name of the missing woman whose discovered body comes on the heels of virulent TB outbreak in Los Angeles. Again, the Illuminati is famous for this type of stuff. As you read on here, you willl see the strangely coincidental similiarities with the movie, Dark Water. Even the name of the dead girl in Dark Water was the same as the name of this hotel–Cecil!

As for the whole scenario, I beg you think about it seriously. Illuminati are famous for these oddities…and they love to put it in a movie first. I believe we are being given a message! Please, when you are done, also see HERE. This is an article by a Jew about their spread in Jerusalem. I have posted two videos at the bottom here about the Illuminati to educate you further.

EXTRA COINCIDENCES I FOUND THAT MAY/MAY NOT MEAN ANYTHING: The definition of CECIL, the name of the hotel, is, according to Wikipedia, “BLIND; SIXTH”. The telephone number for this hotel all equals sixes, including the 9′s, Illuminatis are famous for using 9′s upside down to mean six. Here is the phone number: (213) 624-4545. And finally, there are four water containers. Her body was in the largest one in the back..the fourth. Four horsemen in Revelation, the fourth being death! The pale horse!

When the Lamb opened the fourth seal, I heard the voice of the fourth living creature say, “Come and see!” I looked and there before me was a pale horse! Its rider was named Death, and Hades was following close behind him. They were given power over a fourth of the earth to kill by sword, famine, and plague, and by the wild beasts of the earth.” Rev 6:7-8

Now, if you are educated in things of the Illuminati, the coincidences I’ve labeled above are not far-fetched. If you don’t know about the Illuminati, then they will seem as such. Is death coming via our water supply? Or, death by way of diseases and plagues in some other fashion? Watch! Those who know Jesus Christ need not be afraid! Just pray Psalm 91 and do what Ephesians 6:10-20 tells you to do.

These are pics from inside the Cecil hotel that I found, and before you look, read below about what the eight pointed star with a circle around it means in the occult (also in the Illuminati):

CHAOS: Apparently a self-made form of occultism taught through role-playing games such as Warhammer. According to one WH fan, “Chaos is the opposite of order. Since everything changes, there is no right or no wrong — only the quest for pleasure.” The 8-pointed star represents the many different directions of chaos and the many ways you can follow it.







Cecil Hotel


Cecil Hotel
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And if this isn’t enough, check out THIS ARTICLE HERE about how much it cost when ‘New Owners’ bought it and renovated it in 2007…$26 million dollars! And, a $7 million dollar facelift! Only the VERY wealthy elite can have that kind of money. Why would someone pay so much for a building they did nothing with, except for in the lobby? The rest of it is shabby, and poor. And, originally, it attracted the elite type of guests, and they had huge parties in their ballrooms. Consequently, it originally had ’700′ rooms, but now has ’600′. There’s the ‘sixes’ again. And the owners are always “THEY”. THEY do mention one name of a man, but they never tell us who “THEY” are. Furthermore, I have never had such a hard time tracking down the names of any business’ owners as I have this one. I can’t find the names.






And, here is yet another interesting tidbit. This is an excerpt from a news clip:
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“But the Cecil’s owners say they are not halting their effort to revive the hotel, which they bought last summer for about $26 million. They have promised to spend an additional $9 million on renovations.

A branding firm hired to recast the hotel’s image even came up with a possible new name: the Pearl.”






You can CLICK HERE to see the news article. And what is the significance of this, you might ask? This is what I found out about the meaning of the ‘pearl’:
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“The pearl is a lunar symbol, also representing water and woman. These primary meanings are seen on a universal scale, throughout mythology. They are attributes of angelic perfection, which is only achieved by transmutation, and not freely given. Pearls are rare, pure and precious, flawless and white despite being dredged from the mud, coming from a clumsy shell.”






And you can read more about that HERE. There was more interesting information at the site where I found this, so do be sure and check out the link.
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Seriously? Water and woman? You decide!








Movie tie in: In the 2005 paranormal movie, Dark Water, eerie things take place after a body is supposedly found in a water tank on the ceiling of an old apartment building.

In the movie, the girl was left alone in the abandoned apartment and fell into the water tank, which Veeck had left open. He was aware of her body, which was why he refused to fix the water problem plaguing the complex. Among the paranormal oddities in the movie, is dark water leaking down through the ceiling in adjacent apartments.

Fast forward to 2013, leading up to the discovery of Elisa Lam’s body in the water tank, at the Cecil hotel, ‘”The water did have a funny taste,” Sabrina Baugh, a guest at the Cecil, told CNN, which adds that Baugh and her husband had used the water for eight days. ‘We never thought anything of it … We thought it was just the way it was here,’ Baugh said, adding that black water would come out of the shower when the tap was turned on.’” AW, TEP

The coincidences in this video between Elisa Lam and the movie will literally drop your jaw and give you goose bumps! This is Twisted!

VIDEO : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FwukryrRCic&hd=1

To Watch Associated Videos and To Read the Rest of This Post, Please CLICK HERE

If this wasn’t warning enough, allow me to take you back to the ‘strange’ biohazard symbol and the eleven weird looking men wearing black robes who appeared last year in October. If you don’t remember them, here is a lovely picture; however, my post did not really have much to do with them. It was more about the symbolism associated with them.


Strange, Peculiar Satanist Looking Men Sporting Their Designer Black Robes

And, I am also going to place here both of the biohazard (triple crescent moon) symbols:



BIO-HAZARD SYMBOL (aka TRIPLE CRESCENT MOON)


STRANGE SYMBOL (aka TRIPLE CRESCENT MOON WITH ADDED “DEATH” CRESCENT)

Here is a clip from that article:

For those of you who do not know, these weird guys just showed up at a soccer game at the Allianz Arena on Saturday, October 26, 2013. There were eleven of them, and the symbols on the front of their black hooded robes have been seen elsewhere, mysteriously, across the world. Please check out links I have provided throughout this article.

The Illuminati are all over this whole event!  For one, the center of their soccer ball looking object is a pentagram. They have an Illuminati triangle on their foreheads, turned upside down. There are also six marks inside the center mark of their symbol.  And, there are eleven of these cloaked men—an Illuminati signature number! The crescent moons that make up the symbol have eight points–eight points in Illuminati symbolism represent chaos. The crescent moon is a symbol of the aging goddess (crone) to contemporary witches and victory over death to many Muslims. In Islamic lands, crescent can be seen enclosing a lone pentagram. Funny that a pentagram is at the vortex of the crescent moons in their peculiar symbol!

Another tid-bit you might not know about is that the biohazard sign is actually the triple moon, a pagan symbol (Biohazard Triple Moon Tribal Skate Surf Celtic Pagan Gothic!) eBay Triple Moon Pendant

Triple Crescent Moon Symbolism (Be sure to read all of this, because this is where it all comes together!):

As our ancient ancestors grew in consciousness into human beings, they began to connect with the natural world around them in a deeper way. They saw in the sky two celestial companions – a constant never-changing sun, and the luminous moon, which diminished and grew in time with a woman’s own cycles. Over time, myths and legends associated with the moon changed, but her primary association with the feminine has not. The triple crescent moon symbolizes the three aspects of a woman’s life – Maiden, Mother and Crone, as well as the three fates – the ”weird” (from ”wyrd”, meaning fate) sisters who control one’s birth, life and death. The crescents are bound together by a full moon, the never-ending circle embracing all parts of the whole.


TRIPLE CRESCENT MOON CHARM

Here is what I found. CLICK HERE to see for yourself.  Pay close attention to the area I have underscored. This is scary! Notice that the biohazard symbol has only three.  The “mystery” symbol has four. Then note the underscored content!  That is why the mystery one is identical, but has one more crescent added! DEATH!
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Triple Crescent






The Crescent Moon is actually part of a 3 part symbol, often called the Triple Moon. Depending on the direction the crescent is facing (whether it is waxing or waning), its meaning is different.

If the Crescent is waxing (the interior of the Crescent is facing left) it represents the Maiden, or virginity, or any other number of things dealing with youthfulness and maidenhood. It is also a representation of growing power and understanding.

If the Crescent is waning (The interior of the Crescent is facing right) it represents the Crone, or the dwindling of life. It also represents the fullness of knowledge and wisdom, someone or something to be respected and cherished as they pass that wisdom onto the next generation.

The third symbol is the Full Moon, or the Matron. It represents the fullness of life, leaving behind the insecurities and weakness of youth.

There is in actuality a fourth symbol inherent, though not often represented, in the Triple Moon symbol, and that is the new moon, or full darkness of the moon. This symbol is the representative of death. The end of this life. Yet there is always new beginning as the cycles start over, and new life continues the cycle.

All in all the symbol represents that various stages of life, death and rebirth.

As the moon is associated with the feminine side of life, the symbol is also inherently feminine in nature. That is to say pagans use female representatives (Maiden, Matron, Crone) to describe the various parts of the symbol.

The next crescent moon is on November the 3rd of this year (11-3-2013).
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Are we being warned by the Illuminati (powers of hell), once again, of a coming catastrophe in their war on heaven for power and control? Will it be our water? Our immunizations? The Bubonic Plague that has returned? Or, something in the air?  Is the Fukushima catastrophe part of it? Will all of these things and more play a role?






Other Misc. Information of Interest:
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Please note that the mystery symbol atop this article has four horns, or half moons/half circles. Level 4 in biohazard terms is the worst! See here from wikipedia:
Biohazard Level 4 (the worst): Viruses and bacteria that cause severe to fatal disease in humans, and for which vaccines or other treatments are not available, such as Bolivian and Argentine hemorrhagic fevers, Marburg virus, Ebola virus, hantaviruses, Lassa fever virus, Crimean-Congo hemorrhagic fever, and other hemorrhagic diseases.






There is much more to this article, including videos, so please CLICK HERE and check it out!

Is this enough yet to wake you up? I believe this is a test, since the water does not kill you unless ingested in large amounts. What I mean by a ‘test’ is, simply stated, they want an excuse to impose Martial Law (false flag) and, they want to cause chaos and test out what happens for the bigger monster to come! And, what is the bigger monster to come? Mass water poisoning that kills, which is recorded in the Bible:
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And the name of the star is called Wormwood: and the third part of the waters became wormwood; and many men died of the waters, because they were made bitter.  Revelation 8:11
13 And the Lord saith, Because they have forsaken my law which I set before them, and have not obeyed my voice, neither walked therein;
14 But have walked after the imagination of their own heart, and after Baalim, which their fathers taught them:
15 Therefore thus saith the Lord of hosts, the God of Israel; Behold, I will feed them, even this people, with wormwood, and give them water of gall to drink.
16 I will scatter them also among the heathen, whom neither they nor their fathers have known: and I will send a sword after them, till I have consumed them.
17 Thus saith the Lord of hosts, Consider ye, and call for the mourning women, that they may come; and send for cunning women, that they may come: 
18 And let them make haste, and take up a wailing for us, that our eyes may run down with tears, and our eyelids gush out with waters.  Jeremiah 9:13-18






Want to learn more about the Illuminati and the Nephilim? You will love this!

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THE WEST VIRGINIA CHEMICAL LEAK IS PLANNED FOR ALL 50 STATES. MILLIONS WILL GET POISON DEATH WATER




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REPORT: SOME BAY AREA COMMUNITIES COULD RUN OUT OF WATER WITHIN 4 MONTHS

January 29, 2014 8:02 AM


Water levels are low at the San Luis Reservoir, near Los Banos, California on March 11, 2009. (Robyn Beck / Getty Images)


SAN JOSE (KCBS) — As the drought in California continues, 17 communities throughout the state could run out of water within 60 to 120 days, state officials said.
In some districts, the wells are running dry while other reservoirs are nearly empty. The state Health Department compiled a list after surveying the more than 3,000 water agencies in California last week.
  • State Report: Some Communities Could Run Out Of Water Within 4 Months
  • KCBS’ Matt Bigler Reports

The water systems are in all in rural areas that serve from 39 to 11,000 residents. They range from tiny Lompico County Water District in Santa Cruz County to districts that serve the cities of Healdsburg and Cloverdale in Sonoma County.

Some districts have long-running problems that began before the drought. Larger communities like Santa Clara Valley however, have fared better because of long-running conservation programs.

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“Our conservation programs that we implemented since 1992 now reduce the county’s water demands by about 10 percent, or 56,000 acre-feet a year—so that’s a significant contribution in a year like this,” Joan Maher, spokeswoman for the Santa Clara Valley Water District, said on Tuesday.

Maher said the district was joining San Francisco in approving a voluntary ten percent cutback in water usage.

According to the San Jose Mercury News, the smaller water districts along the coast could be forced to truck in water or use expensive mobile-desalination plants.

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THE GREAT LAKES GO DRY : HOW ONE-FIFTH OF THE WORLD'S FRESH WATER IS DWINDLING AWAY

The truth behind "the nation’s shorelines brace for rising waters brought by climate change" lie :


1."By using a little-known loophole ... Obama minions are allowing Nestle Company to export precious fresh water out of Lake Michigan."
http://www.politifact.com/truth-o-meter/statements/2013/dec/17/blog-posting…

2. Obama allows Great Lakes water to be sold to China as half the US faces extreme water crisis

http://www.infowars.com/obama-allows-great-lakes-water-to-be-sold-to-china-as-half-the-u-s-faces-extreme-water-crisis/





VIDEO : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CCZxdSJ_cxI&hd=1


By Joanna M. Foster
on January 28, 2014 at 11:23 am


The frozen opalescent lake and thin, gray sky fade together into white light where the horizon should be. Tall, skeletal grasses shiver on the beach in a wind that makes any sliver of exposed skin burn. The Arni J. Richter, an icebreaking ferry, is about to pull away from Northport Pier for its second and final trip of the day to Washington Island. It’s loaded with food and fuel for the more than 700 hardy residents who call the remote island, just north of Door County peninsula in Wisconsin, home.

People have lived on Washington Island for over 160 years. They’re proud of their tight-knit community and their Icelandic heritage. But life on the island is threatened. For the past 15 years, islanders have watched Lake Michigan slowly disappear. Last January, the lake hit a record low, 29 inches below the long-term average as measured since 1918. The Richter Ferry was just inches away from grounding in some spots along its increasingly treacherous six-mile route to the island.

The Great Lakes, which contain one-fifth of the world’s above-ground fresh water supply, are sometimes referred to as America’s “northern coast.” As communities along the rest of the nation’s shorelines brace for rising waters brought by climate change, however, and spend billions on replacing sand swept out to sea in storms, the communities of the Great Lakes find themselves with more and more sand and less and less water.

The island depends on the ferry for everything. If the ferry can’t get to the island, the island won’t survive.

“The island depends on the ferry for everything,” said Hoyt Purinton, President and Captain of the Washington Island Ferry Line and great grandson of the ferry’s first captain. “If the ferry can’t get to the island, the island won’t survive. Even if you could find another way to get food and fuel over there, if there’s no easy way for tourists to make the trip, the fragile island economy dies and the community and culture goes with it.”

As the lake retreats, some people blame the Army Corps of Engineers for dredging projects that widen channels leading out of Lake Michigan. Others wonder if the watershed can no longer support the 40 million people in the U.S. and Canada who now rely on the lakes for their drinking water.

Increasingly, scientists believe that climate change is driving the warming waters and setting up a new regime in the Great Lakes that may lead to lower lake levels and a permanently altered shoreline.

Ever since the 1990s, Lake Michigan has been predominantly below its long-term water level average, and trending downwards. Water levels plummeted precipitously in the late 1990s, after a strong El Niño event warmed up the waters.

“That event drastically increased water temperatures,” explained Drew Gronewold, a physical scientist at NOAA’s Great Lakes Environmental Research Laboratory (GLERL). “Over the course of just one year, water temperatures went up by 2.5 degrees Celsius. That’s huge. And the cycle is reinforcing; one really warm year led to more than a decade of dropping lake levels.”


Grelickville, Traverse City, MI – Low Water
CREDIT: NOAA

As the lake warms, it’s changing the water levels, as well. Most evaporation on the Great Lakes occurs in the fall when the lake is still warm from the summer, but the air has turned cold and dry. When the water is warmer than usual, the peak evaporation season begins earlier and lasts longer into the early winter. Warmer water also leads to less ice formation and fewer days of ice cover.

Ice cover also impacts lake levels. It prevents evaporation from the lakes during the winter and for as long as it lasts into the spring. And it affects how warm the water will be that year, and thus the rate of evaporation — the more ice cover, the colder the water stays into the summer and fall, leading to less evaporation. The reverse is also true — less ice cover will lead to warmer water and more evaporation.

“The 1998 El Niño gave us a taste of what we can expect to see on the Great Lakes in a changing climate,” said Don Scavia, Co-Director of the Great Lakes Integrated Sciences and Assessments (GLISA). “The El Niño-driven warmer temperatures are a surrogate for what the future climate might be. The lower lake levels during that time may be a signal of what might be happening under longer term climate change.”

In other words, last winter’s record low lake levels are a glimpse of what a warmer climate in the region would do to the lakes — a glimpse that so far has lasted 15 years, set off by one hot summer.

At Newport State Park, one of five state parks in Door County, the vanishing water has changed the shoreline dramatically. The beach, once a wide expanse of silky mustard-colored sand that on a hot summer day would be crawling with a hundred sunscreen-smeared tourists, is now covered in tall reeds, marsh grasses, mud and exposed rocks sheathed in slick green slime. There is no inviting sand, just a marshland down to the water’s edge and the water is clogged with tangled clumps of matted algae like something pulled out of a shower drain.

“I used to constantly get complaints about the appearance of the beach,” said park manager Michelle Hefty. “I’ve been confronted about the grasses encroaching onto the sand and berated about the quantity of insects near the water. It just doesn’t look like that postcard perfect beach anymore.”

Financially, Newport has struggled to keep afloat as tourists seek more manicured picnic spots.

“We’ve had the same budget for the past decade,” said Hefty. “But our costs keep on going up with the increasing price of gas and electricity, while our revenue is shrinking with fewer numbers of visitors.”

Tourism is big business on the Door County peninsula and surrounding islands. According to the Door County Visitors Bureau, tourists pumped $289 million into the local economy in 2012 and supported 2,498 jobs.

State funding only accounts for about 20 percent of the park’s budget; 80 percent of management expenses are supposed to be provided for by park sticker sales and campsite fees.

“We’ve cut back wherever we can,” stressed Hefty. “We don’t plough unless we absolutely have to, we groom the cross-country ski trails less often to save on gas, we turn the thermometer down in the office and pile on the sweaters, but we’re barely breaking even.”

The value of those docks was the water around them. Now that that’s gone, they’re really not much more than an elevated bench.
According to Jim Sarkis, founder and principal broker at Sarkis & Associates Realtors, waterfront property values in Door County are also taking a hit — declining by 30 to 35 percent over the last five years.

“Of course, it’s impossible to tease out how much of that decline is because of the lower lake levels and how much of that is just a reflection of the recession and the struggles of the U.S. housing market in general,” said Sarkis, who has been a realtor in Door County for 37 years.

There are some clues, however. Ten years ago, a small private dock would add around $150,000 to the value of a waterfront home. Today, the added value is nothing. That’s because across the county docks which once stood in several feet of water, now appear suspended in the air, legs out of water, sometimes reaching out across nothing but sand and tall grasses.

“The value of those docks was the water around them,” said Sarkis. “Now that that’s gone, they’re really not much more than an elevated bench. If you own a boat, you’ll have to rent a slip in a harbor where they’re dredging.”

Sarkis explained that more and more the phrase “water view” is more appropriate than “waterfront.”

“People can still enjoy the sunsets, even if the water isn’t exactly lapping at their back door,” said Sarkis. “But I have definitely taken clients to properties and had people jokingly say ‘I thought you were showing us a waterfront property’ as they walk the two hundred, maybe four hundred feet down to where the water now sits.”


Grelickville, Traverse City , MI – Low Water
CREDIT: NOAA

The winter of 2013-2014 is shaping up to be very different from what the Great Lakes have become accustomed to over the last 15 years. Thanks to the polar air drifting down from Canada, Lake Michigan saw some of its earliest ice in years. Scientists are predicting that if the ice lasts, the lake level could go up by as much as a foot this year. And the colder water could be setting up the lakes for a couple years of recovery.

“The good news is that while in some ways there is a lot of inertia in the Great Lakes system, there is also a lot of interannual variation in the water levels,” said GLISA’s Scavia. “The Great Lakes probably have some time to prepare for the lower lake levels we suspect will come in the future. The key is to use the time, not hope that problem has gone away.”

While this winter’s cold will buy some time for the Great Lakes, scientists emphasize that many concerns and unanswered questions remain. One of the great unknowns in the story of water levels on the Great Lakes is how precipitation patterns will change in the years to come. Some models suggest that precipitation is actually expected to increase, which may help to offset declines caused by increased evaporation.

“The general consensus right now, looking at a broad range of models that have been developed for the Great Lakes, is that there is a big range of variability, but there appears to be a decreasing trend in water levels over the next century,” said Gronewold.

One well-studied aspect of changing precipitation patterns in the Great Lakes is the increasing frequency and severity of spring storms. These powerful downpours, which occur around the same time as farms are being prepared for planting, mean that vast amounts of phosphorus are being washed into the lakes, leading to toxic algae blooms and massive dead zones.
We’ve seen this mostly on Lake Erie so far. But the problem is starting to be seen in Lake Michigan as well and we should expect it to get worse.
“We’ve seen this mostly on Lake Erie so far,” explained Scavia. “But the problem is starting to be seen in Lake Michigan, as well, and we should expect it to get worse.”

Back at Northport Pier where the Washington Island Ferry loads, a massive dredging project is underway to alleviate some of the stress on the boats and communities that depend on their regular arrival. Work began in September to deepen and widen the half mile channel that leads into Detroit Harbor where the ferry docks on the island. The project will cost about $7 million, $5.2 million of which is being provided by Wisconsin’s Harbor Assistance Program. Washington Island is responsible for the rest of the expenses which will be made up for by removing the dredged sediments.

The project will deepen the channel by three feet to bring it to a total of 17 feet below the low water line, widen the channel by 20 feet and remove 134,500 cubic yards of sediment.

Despite the temporary respite this winter, ferry boat captain Purinton remains concerned about the long-term changes he’s observing on the lake. “I hope people don’t look at the last nine months of cold weather and stop planning for low lake levels,” he said. “That would be a huge mistake. This is the first what I like to call ‘real’ winter that we’ve had in years and years. I think what’s happening now is the anomaly, not the years before.”

http://thinkprogress.org/climate/2014/01/28/3193301/climate-change-draining-great-lakes/



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 LE BRESIL RATIONNE L'EAU DE 142 VILLES TOUCHEES PAR UNE SECHERESSE JAMAIS VUE

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Plus de 140 villes brésiliennes ont été poussées à rationner l’eau au cours de la pire sécheresse jamais enregistrée.

L’eau est rationnée dans 142 villes à travers le Brésil, affectant près de 6 millions de brésiliens. Les sociétés d’approvisionnement en eau ont déclaré au journal Folha de São Paulo que les réservoirs, les rivières et les ruisseaux du pays n’ont jamais été aussi asséchés depuis 20 ans.

Certains quartiers de la ville de Itu dans l’Etat de São Paulo (qui représente un quart de la population du Brésil et un tiers de son PIB), ne reçoivent que 13 heures d’eau une fois tous les trois jours.

Sur son site internet, la société de distribution d’eau du Brésil Sabesp indique que le système d’eau de Cantareira (le plus important des six qui fournissent de l’eau à près de la moitié des 20 millions de personnes vivant dans la région métropolitaine de São Paulo) est à moins de 17,9% de sa capacité d’unmillier de milliards de litres.

La société a décrit la situation à Cantareira comme "critique" : la quantité de pluie enregistrée au cours du mois de Janvier a été la plus base en 84 ans.



Selon l’association de l’eau PCJ Consorcio, il faudrait 17 millimètres de précipitations par jour pendant deux mois pour que le niveau des eaux de Cantareira soit à 50% de sa capacité.

Le niveau des réservoirs dans les régions du sud-est et du centre-ouest, qui représentent jusqu’à trois tiers de la production d’énergie hydroélectrique du Brésil, est tombé à 41% de sa capacité à la fin du mois de Janvier.

Janvier 2014 a été le mois le plus chaud jamais enregistré dans certaines parties du pays. La chaleur, en plus d’une grave sécheresse, a soulevé des préoccupations quant aux pénuries d’eau et aux dégâts sur les cultures.

Selon l’Institut Météorologique National du Brésil (INMET), la température moyenne quotidienne maximale à São Paulo en 2014, jusqu’à présent, a été de 31,9 C°, soit un degré de plus que le record précédent des mois de Janvier et Février 1984.

Les rendements de la culture du café pour 2014-2015, qui seront recueillies dans les États du sud de MinasGerais et de São Paulo à partir de mai, seront probablement mauvais suite au temps sec de Janvier, selon la Fondation PROCAFE. Ce manque de précipitations pourrait également diminuer les rendements descultures d’orange.

Cette sécheresse aura donc un impact économique pour le Brésil, premier exportateur mondial de soja en grains, de café, de jus d’orange, de sucre et de viande bovine. Et un impact économique mondial.



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FEDS WITHOLD WATER TO CALIFORNIA FARMERS FOR FIRST TIME IN 54 YEARS

Submitted by Tyler Durden on 02/21/2014 20:49 -0500
 

The US Bureau of Reclamation released its first outlook of the year and finds insufficient stock is available in California to release irrigation water for farmers. This is the first time in the 54 year history of the State Water Project. "If it's not there, it's just not there," notes a Water Authority director adding that it's going to be tough to find enough water, but farmers are hit hardest as "they're all on pins and needles trying to figure out how they're going to get through this." Fields will go unplanted (supply lower mean food prices higher), or farmers will pay top dollar for water that's on the market (and those costs can only be passed on via higher food prices).

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Federal officials announced Friday that many California farmers caught in the state's drought can expect to receive no irrigation water this year from a vast system of rivers, canals and reservoirs interlacing the state.

The U.S. Bureau of Reclamation released its first outlook of the year, saying that the agency will continue to monitor rain and snow fall, but the grim levels so far prove that the state is in the throes of one of its driest periods in recorded history.

Unless the year turns wet, many farmers can expect to receive no water from the federally run Central Valley Project.

... the state's snowpack is at 29 percent of average for this time of year.

...

California officials who manage the State Water Project, the state's other major water system, have already said they won't be releasing any water for farmers, marking a first in its 54-year history.

...

"They're all on pins and needles trying to figure out how they're going to get through this," Holman said, adding that Westland's 700 farmers will choose to leave fields unplanted, draw water from wells or pay top dollar for water that's on the market.

Farmers are hit hardest, but they're not alone. Contractors that provide cities with water can expect to receive half of their usual amount, the Bureau said, and wildlife refuges that need water flows in rivers to protect endangered fish will receive 40 percent of their contracted supply.

Contractors that provide farmers with water and hold historic agreements giving them senior rights will receive 40 percent of their normal supplies. Some contracts date back over a century and guarantee that farmers will receive at least 75 percent of their water.

One of those is the San Joaquin River Exchange Contractors Water Authority in Los Banos that provides irrigation for 240,000 acres of farmland.

The Water Authority's executive director Steve Chedester said farmers he serves understand that the reality of California's drought means it's going to be tough to find enough water for them. "They're taking a very practical approach," he said. "If it's not there, it's just not there."

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OUTRAGE DU JOUR : EPA NOW HAS THE POWER TO GARNISH YOUR WAGES – WITHOUT A COURT ORDER.


Written by Allen West on July 10, 2014




Recently, we reported on the government seeking to expand the endangered species act to cover more species, which will have an adverse effect on Americans, especially out in western territories.

As a matter of fact, the recent declaration of the jumping mouse threatens a ranching family in New Mexico. And I’m sure you’re aware that when the Cap and Trade legislation failed to move forward, the Obama administration pivoted to use the pen of regulatory fiat to impose their progressive vision of controlling the American energy sector.

President Richard Nixon created the Environmental Protection Agency and I have to believe he didn’t have any idea of the monster it would become. The EPA now wields so much power it may declare dry lands and wetlands, and force inhabitants of those lands to pay hefty fines.

But here is the latest from this regulatory agency gone wild. As reported by Foxnews.com, “The Environmental Protection Agency has quietly claimed that it has the authority to unilaterally garnish the wages of individuals who have been accused of violating its rules.”

“According to The Washington Times, the agency announced the plan to enhance its purview last week in a notice in the Federal Register. The notice claimed that federal law allows the EPA to ‘garnish non-Federal wages to collect delinquent non-tax debts owed the United States without first obtaining a court order.’”

So let me see if I can wrap my mind around this. This government agency, the EPA, just unilaterally came out and wrote itself a rule in the federal registry saying it can take money from an American who breaks its rules — which most Americans are not aware of? Furthermore, the EPA is saying it can do so without court order and approval?

So it seems to me we have a government agency that believes it is well within its rights to enact punitive actions against the citizens of America.
In essence, the EPA believes it can levy a fine — a tax — against an American as part of its own “behavior modification.”

It occurs to me that Americans have had to contend with such actions before. As a mater of fact, it was addressed in a list of grievances by a fellow named Thomas Jefferson in a document called the Declaration of Independence.

About half-way through his list of grievances, Jefferson wrote about the King of Great Britain that, “He has erected a multitude of new offices, and sent out hither Swarms of Officers to harass our People, and eat out their Substance.” As well as “imposing Taxes on us without our Consent.”

The U.S. Constitution gives Americans the right to “petition their government for redress of grievances.” So how have we come to a point where the EPA can just write a punitive rule against our citizens?

Fox reports “the EPA had fast-tracked the new rule, enabling it to take effect September 2 unless the agency receives enough adverse public comments by August 1. The EPA said the rule was not subject to review because it was not a “significant regulatory action.” The EPA has claimed this new authority by citing the Debt Collection Improvement Act of 1996, which gives all federal agencies the power to conduct administrative wage garnishment, provided that the agency allows for hearings at which debtors can challenge the amount or the terms of a repayment schedule.”

Hmm, in 1996, the Clinton administration had a fella named John Podesta as part of his inner circle. This is the same John Podesta who was brought into the Obama administration for his keen insight and ability to use executive actions.

This is why Americans need to pay attention to what is being passed in Washington D.C.

Fox says “an EPA spokeswoman also pointed to a Department of Treasury rule from 2011 outlining debt collection for various agencies, including the EPA. Administrative Wage Garnishment (AWG) would apply only after EPA attempts to collect delinquent debts and after Treasury attempts to collect delinquent debts through other means. She added that the agency would provide notice “prior to any action,” giving the debtor the opportunity to “review, contest or enter into a repayment agreement.”

The burden of proof is always skewed against the American citizen — not the government. But what this boils down to for the Obama administration is just another means of taxation and more of what Frederic Bastiat coined in his essay The Law as “legal plunder.” The amount of money the EPA has collected in fines has increased steadily since President Obama took office. In 2012, the agency took in $252 million in fines, up from just $96 million in 2009.

And the hits just keep on coming – or maybe it’s more accurate to call it bludgeoning of American taxpayers.

http://allenbwest.com/2014/07/outrage-du-jour-epa-now-power-garnish-wages-w…


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EPA

SETTING THE RECORD STRAIGHT ON WATERS OF THE US

2014 June 30





Nancy Stoner
June 30, 2014
4:56 pm EDT


Nancy Stoner, Acting Assistant Administrator for Water

Updated July 7, 2014

There’s been some confusion about EPA and the Corps’ proposed “Waters of the U.S.” rule under the Clean Water Act, especially in the agriculture community, and we want to make sure you know the facts.

We know that we haven’t had the best relationship with the agriculture industry in the past, but that doesn’t mean we aren’t and we can’t do better.  We are committed to listening to farmers and ranchers and in fact, our proposed rule takes their feedback into account.

The rule keeps intact all Clean Water Act exemptions and exclusions for agriculture that farmers count on. But it does more for farmers by actually expanding the list of up-front exemptions. We worked with USDA’s Natural Resource Conservation Service and the Army Corps of Engineers to exempt 56 additional conservation practices. These practices are familiar to many farmers, who know their benefits to business, the land, and water resources.

Farmers and ranchers are on the land every day, and they are our nation’s original conservationists. The American agriculture economy is the envy of the world, and today’s farmers and ranchers are global business professionals—relying on up-to-the minute science to make decisions about when to plant, fertilize, and irrigate crops.


Both EPA and farmers make decisions based on facts—so here are the facts about the proposal.

When Congress passed the Clean Water Act in 1972, it didn’t just defend the mighty Mississippi or our Great Lakes; it also protected the smaller streams and wetlands that weave together a vast, interconnected system. It recognized that healthy families and farms downstream depend on healthy headwaters upstream.  But two Supreme Court cases over the last 15 years confused things, making it unclear which waters are “in,” and which are “out.”

That confusion added red tape, time, and expense to the permitting process under the Clean Water Act. The Army Corps of Engineers had to make case-by-case decisions about which waters were protected, and decisions in different parts of the country became inconsistent.

So EPA and the Corps are bringing clarity and consistency to the process, cutting red tape and saving money. The proposed Waters of the U.S. rule does not regulate new types of ditches, does not regulate activities on land, and does not apply to groundwater. The proposal does not change the exemption for stock ponds, does not require permits for normal farming activities like moving cattle, and does not regulate puddles.

The agencies’ goals align with those of farmers: clean water fuels agriculture—and we all depend on the food, fuel, and fiber that our farmers produce. We at EPA and the Corps welcome input on the proposed rule to make sure we get it right.

Here are clarifications on a few points of confusion about the proposed rule. For further information, check out: http://www2.epa.gov/newsroom/questions-and-answers-about-waters-us

The EPA and the Army Corps are NOT going to have greater power over water on farms and ranches.
  • The Clean Water Act and its regulations have multiple exclusions and exemptions from jurisdiction and permit requirements.  The proposed rule does not change or limit any of them.
  • The agencies also worked with USDA to develop and publish through an interpretive rule, a list of NRCS agricultural conservation practices that will not be subject to CWA permitting requirements.  These practices encourage conservation while protecting and improving water quality.
The proposed rule will NOT bring all ditches on farms under federal jurisdiction.
  • Some ditches have been regulated under the Clean Water Act since the 1970s.
  • The proposed rule does not expand jurisdiction.
  • For the first time, the agencies are clarifying that all ditches that are constructed in dry lands, that drain only dry lands, and don’t flow all year, are not “waters of the U.S.” This includes many roadside ditches, and many ditches collecting runoff or drainage from crop fields.
    • Ditches that are IN are generally those that are essentially human-altered streams, which feed the health and quality of larger downstream waters. The agencies have always regulated these types of ditches.
    • Ditches that are OUT are those that are dug in dry lands and don’t flow all the time, or don’t flow into a jurisdictional water.
  • Farmers, ranchers and foresters continue to receive their exemptions from Clean Water Act Section 404 permitting requirements when they construct and maintain their ditches, even if ditches are jurisdictional.

The proposed rule does NOT mean permits are needed for walking cows across a wet field or stream.
  • Normal farming and ranching activities are not regulated under the Clean Water Act.
The proposed rule will NOT apply to wet areas on fields or erosional features on fields.
  • Wet areas on crop fields are not jurisdictional.
  • The proposal specifically excludes erosional features from being “waters of the U.S.”
EPA and the Corps are NOT taking control of ponds in the middle of the farm.
  • The proposed rule does not change existing practice regarding farm ponds.
  • The rule does not affect the existing exemption Congress created under section 404 for construction and maintenance of farm or stock ponds.
  • The proposed rule would for the first time specifically exclude stock watering ponds from jurisdiction in rule language.
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UNE GRAVE SECHERESSE EN CALIFORNIE MENACE DE CASSER L'ECONOMIE AMERICAINE

Mais plus est que on va jusqu'à criminaliser ceux qui réussissent à sauvegarder de l'eau sur leur propriété. N'y a-t-il pas là un autre agenda précis pour empêcher les gens d'avoir accès à l'eau? Il faudrait regarder aussi de plus près si l'eau n'a pas été détourné par le gouvernement ou s'il s'agit bien d'une catastrophe naturelle. La Californie fut longtemps considéré comme une terre agricole très fertile mais sous ce nouvel Empire Romain, nous voyons comment les grandes corporations sont en train de jeter par terre cette industrie, mettant ainsi en faillite des milliers d'agriculteurs. Par ce petit jeu diabolique, des compagnies comme Monsanto et autres du même genre prennent ainsi le monopole avec tous leurs produits contaminés qu'ils nous vendent à grand prix.

dimanche 20 juillet 2014

La sécheresse en Californie s'aggrave et les gouvernements des Etats ont été contraints de prendre des mesures d'urgence, telles que le droit de veto utilisation de l'eau pour laver la voiture ou arroser la pelouse. Toutefois, si la sécheresse persiste, il sera possible d'introduire des mesures plus radical, écrit Vesti Finances .



15hechos Au moins alarmants indiquent que la sécheresse en Californie pourrait conduire à une catastrophe pour les Etats-Unis:

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 1. Los Angeles face au temps sec depuis 1877 , selon les médias locaux.

 2. Dans 50 régions de la Californie réserves d'eau potable sont épuisés au point.

 3. autorités de l'État envisage des restrictions à l'accès à l'eau, y compris l'usage domestique. 's s'attend à ce que la sanction pour violation sera d'environ 500$.

4. Dans les réseaux sociaux est devenu populaire un phénomène appelé "la honte quand la sécheresse" quand les gens d'enregistrer des vidéos et de photographies de personnes qui gaspillent l'eau.

 5. Le scientifique Tim Barnett, un expert en climatologie, fait valoir que la rareté de l'eau à Las Vegas (Nevada) est essentielle, car la ville ne peut pas trouver d'autres sources d'eau potable.

 6. Le niveau d'eau dans le plus grand barrage US, Mead (Nevada) lac a atteint son plus bas niveau depuis 1937 et continue de baisser à un rythme alarmant.

 7. Rob Mrowka, Centre de recherche scientifique de la biodiversité à Las Vegas, estime que le territoire de la ville sera réduite par le manque d'eau.

 8. Dans certaines régions du sud du Nevada fonctionnaires chargés de ceux qui sont prêts à renoncer à l'herbe, dans l'espoir de conserver les réserves d'eau.

 9. Temps trop sec, même pour une zone désertique, qui prévaut dans les territoires qui traverse la rivière Colorado, provoquant grave pénurie d'eau, ce qui pourrait forcer des millions de personnes à quitter la région.

 10. La plupart des gens ne réalisent pas que ce qui était le grand fleuve Colorado est tellement épuisée que tous atteignent les eaux de l'océan.

 11. Lake Powell, le deuxième plus grand réservoir aux États-Unis, déjà a diminué de moitié.

 12. La sécheresse actuelle en Californie coûtera l'état de plus de 2.000 millions de dollars cette année. 

13. Agriculteurs californiens ont été contraints de ne pas planter près d'un demi-million d'hectares cette année par manque d'eau. 

14. Réduire la production alimentaire en Californie provoque une forte hausse des prix à travers le pays.

 15. L' récolte de blé dans l'état du Kansas, le plus grand producteur de blé dans le pays, ce fut le plus bas depuis 1989. experts disent que si la situation ne change pas rapidement,États-Unis peuvent faire face à une crise alimentaire qui, à son tour, affecte la situation socio-économique et provoquer des manifestations de masse . Actuellement, déjà 49 millions d'Américains, 16 millions sont des enfants, sont menacés par l'insécurité alimentaire. Et la sécheresse ne fait qu'aggraver cette situation, les notes moyennes. 

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TOLEDO MAYOR LIFTS WATER BAN, SAYS DRINKING WATER IS SAFE FOR MORE THAN 400K RESIDENTS

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Toledo Mayor D. Michael Collins raises a glass of tap water before drinking it during a news conference in Toledo, Ohio, Monday, Aug. 4, 2014. A water ban that had hundreds of thousands of people in Ohio and Michigan scrambling for drinking water has been lifted, Collins announced Monday. (AP Photo/Paul Sancya)

Associated Press Aug. 4, 2014 | 12:41 p.m. EDT



By JOHN SEEWER, Associated Press

TOLEDO, Ohio (AP) — A water ban that had hundreds of thousands of people in Ohio and Michigan scrambling for drinking water was lifted Monday, yet some residents still weren't ready to take a sip.

Mayor D. Michael Collins called the drinking water safe and lifted the ban at a Monday morning news conference.

"Our water is safe," Collins said, taking a drink of tap water from a glass. "Families can return to normal life."

Lake Erie's Water Woes Began Building A Decade Ago

The toxins that contaminated the drinking water supply of 400,000 people in northwest Ohio didn't just suddenly appear. Water plant operators along western Lake Erie have long been worried about this very...

Ohio's fourth-largest city warned residents not to use city water early Saturday after tests at one treatment plant showed readings for microcystin above the standard for consumption, most likely from algae on Lake Erie. Ohio Gov. John Kasich declared a state of emergency.

Test results on Sunday started to suggest the algae-induced toxin contaminating the lake had probably dissipated to safe levels, but the mayor said two tests had come back "too close for comfort." It wasn't until the water warning entered its third day that Collins said six new samples came back without traces of the toxin.

Carbon was added to the water at the point of intake and that chlorine was also added into the system to help clean the water, the mayor said.
"This isn't an exact science," he said.

City officials recommended that residents who had not used their water since the ban started flush out their systems by running water. They also cautioned everyone not to all do it at once, and told people not to water lawns or wash cars at the risk of overwhelming the system.

Kasich said the state would be conducting a full review of what happened, including taking a look into Toledo's water intake system. He said it's still not clear whether the algae bloom that was centered where Toledo draws water in the lake was entirely to blame.

"We just don't know," Kasich said.

The governor said the most important thing now is to focus on the operating side. He said the state would continue to determine how to reduce the algae problem.

"We were able to get through this; I know it was difficult," said Kasich, who pointed out that state, local and federal agencies worked throughout the weekend together to solve the problem.

Some residents who were told not to drink, brush their teeth or cook with the water were relieved the advisory had been lifted but still weren't convinced it was safe just yet.

"I'm waiting for two or three days," said Aretha Howard, who helped hand out bottled water out at a high school. "I have a pregnant daughter at home. She can't drink this water."

Worried residents had descended on truckloads of bottled water delivered from across the state. The Ohio National Guard was using water purification systems to produce drinkable water.

In southeastern Michigan, authorities were operating water stations Sunday for the 30,000 customers affected by the toxic contamination.

Drinking the water could cause vomiting, cramps and rashes. But no serious illnesses had been reported by Monday morning. Health officials advised children and those with weak immune systems to avoid showering or bathing in the water.

Tap water accounts for two-thirds of the drinking water consumed in homes across the U.S., according to a study released by the U.S. Department of Agriculture three years ago, while research from the Beverage Marketing Corporation shows that bottled water makes up half of all water consumed nationwide.

Amid the emergency, discussion began to center around how to stop the pollutants fouling the lake that supplies drinking water for 11 million people. The toxins that contaminated the region's drinking water supply didn't just suddenly appear.

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MAPS DEVELOPED IN SECRET SUGGEST EPA MAY BE EXPANDING REGULATION

Rob Port / @Watchdogorg / August 30, 2014




This EPA map shows most of North Dakota colored in dark blue, indicating what the EPA describes as ‘wetlands inventory.' (Photo courtesy of Congressman Kevin Cramer's office)

BISMARCK, N.D. — A map developed by the EPA and released to a U.S. House committee investigating controversial proposed water regulations should have citizens concerned, says U.S. Rep. Kevin Cramer. “It is certainly alarming the EPA would develop these maps in secret and only release them after being confronted by members of Congress,” Cramer, a Republican, said in a news release accompanying his office’s release of the maps.

“The EPA has been hiding information which could upset the public and jeopardize its massive power grab of unprecedented authority over private and public water.”







Photo courtesy of U.S. Rep. Kevin Cramer’s office

The maps were released by the EPA to the House Science, Space, and Technology Committee, on which Cramer serves. One map shows perennial bodies of water in blue and intermittent bodies of water in yellow. A second regional map including North Dakota, South Dakota, Montana, Wyoming, Colorado and Utah uses blue to show each state’s “wetlands inventory.” On that map, nearly the entire state of North Dakota is in blue. Critics of the proposed rule have suggested the EPA intends to use it to expand regulation far beyond permanent bodies of water to lands that hold water only some of the time. “It doesn’t take much of a leap to conclude these highly detailed maps developed with taxpayer funds are for the purpose of enforcing this rule,” Cramer said. But EPA officials say the maps have nothing to do with the Waters of the U.S. rule.

“Let us be very clear — these maps have nothing to do with EPA’s proposed rule or any other regulatory purpose,” EPA spokeswoman Liz Purchia told Fox News. The EPA has regulatory authority over “U.S. waters,” but it’s unclear how that authority extends to non-permanent bodies of water. In New Mexico, one landowner has already experienced the federal government attempting to regulate wetlands that aren’t always wet. In 2013 a landowner was prohibited by federal authorities who cited the Clean Water Act from cleaning out a dry creek bed.

Ultimately federal authorities backed down after the Pacific Legal Foundation filed a lawsuit on behalf of the property owners. But that may not happen in North Dakota. “It is a gall darn can of worms opening,” Pete Hannebutt, the director of public policy for the North Dakota Farm Bureau, says.

“They’ve been trying to reinterpret the rules for years, and we’ve been jumping up and down saying it’s not right.” Hannebutt is concerned about the EPA’s maps. “It could impact everything that we do in generally accepted farming practices, including digging a fence post hole, including running fence, including growing hay. It could have a huge impact on us,” he said. He’s worried EPA’s regulations could be so broad as to hinder a farmer’s ability to access his land.


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