Our Klamath Basin Water Crisis
Upholding rural Americans' rights to grow food,
own property, and caretake our wildlife and natural resources.
Citizens vs. government
Etna, Calif. — This is it. The final showdown. Sound a little dramatic? Well, it is real. The government , through Fish and Game, is taking control of our water illegally, and when they control the water, of course they’ll control the land.
The spotted owl was about timber control, and fish are about water control. Well, we now have no timber harvest with an overabundance of trees and next we’re going to have no ranching with thousands of acres of dry ranch and farm lands. By the way, are you aware that a single 12-inch pine drinks 40 gallons of water a day? When Scott Valley had lots of beavers and water, the water came from the uplands, which weren’t nearly as forested as now.
Anyone like to guess why we need a million-acre monument? I’m out backpacking a lot and haven’t noticed our wilderness areas being overcrowded.
We must stop the green lefty’s government agenda now before they take more control!
There is a lot of information on all the illegal government movement relating to our way of life at pienpolitics.com; click on POW. Their meetings are attended by people who love our Scott Valley and our way of life and want to keep it as is.
Page Updated: Monday March 28, 2011 01:14 AM Pacific
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