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Walton Family Foundation (Walmart founder)

Sam Walton in the Klamath River Basin

Walton and the KBRA / Klamath Basin Restoration Agreement

Sam Walton and George Soros

Funding The Demise of the Klamath Basin Page

The late Sam Walton biography, followed by Robson Sam Walton bio

R Sam Walton is on the classified correspondence email list of the Klamath Basin Restoration Agreement / KBRA.
According to Forbes, his net worth is $19.2 billion as of 2008. Several people at the secret meetings said Mr Walton had a dam removal business.

Who is George Soros?

George Soros funds Tides, who funds World Wildlife Fund, The Nature Conservancy, and hundreds more groups
Sustainable NW president Martin Goebel was director of World Wildlife Fund, which is partner of United Nations Foundation with Soros and Ford Foundation.

George Soros funds Earthjustice, who represents Walton funded: World Wildlife Fund, National Wildlife Federation, National Wildlife Refuge Association, Environmental Defense Fund, Ocean Conservancy, Trout Unlimited, Western Resource Advocates,

Walton Foundation in 2009 gave to Sustainable NW, The Nature Conservancy, World Wildlife Fund, National Fish and Wildlife Foundation, Environmental Defense Fund, Wild Salmon Center, Ecotrust, Environmental Law Institute, Ocean Conservancy ($2,352,919), National Wildlife Federation, Trout Unlimited, National Wildlife Refuge Association, Western Resource Advocates, Conservation International ($10 million) and dozens more...

Walton Grants in 2007
Sustainable NW $405,000

Walton Grants 2009
      Sustainable NW $265,000
      World Wildlife Fund $624,944


Walmart grant will preserve 218,000 acres of wildlife habitat, 12/9/10. "Walmart, in partnership with the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation (NFWF), created Acres for America, a 10-year, $35 million commitment to purchase and preserve"...

"The Nature Conservancy will use this $750,000 grant to acquire more than 4,000 acres in the Shasta Big Spring Ranch in Northern California. "

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