Sunday, June 27, 2010

"America's Great Outdoors" Listening Session Coming to Seattle

This Thursday July 1st, representatives from both the Department of Interior and EPA will be at Seattle's Franklin high school for a listening session on the America's "Great Outdoors". This is a great opportunity to meet face to face with officials from the Obama administration and tell them its time for a lasting solution to problems on the Snake River. Two years ago when president Obama was elected to the white house he promised to bring scientific credibility to the policy making process. So far the actions of his administration on the Snake and Columbia BiOp have been neither objective, or scientifically motivated and the current BiOp is essentially a politically motivated repackaging of the Bush administrations previous plan. Lets turn out and tell federal officials that we want our free flowing Snake River back, we want real recovery for listed Chinook, Steelhead and Sockeye, the four lower Snake River dams must go before its too late.

Register Here:

Franklin Highschool
3013 S. Mount Baker Blvd.
Seattle, WA 98144-6139

Thursday July 1st, 6:30PM-9PM

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