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They’re Either FOIA or Against Ya

Timely and honest access to data and reliable information from our government is vital to our democracy.  Enshrined in Federal law, the Freedom of Information Act gives the public broad access to the records of Federal departments and agencies.  It … Continue reading

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National Park Service concealed high levels of toxic material in Drakes Estero project

Critical information withheld from US Army Corps of Engineers permit applications and NEPA documents. There are new developments in the Russian River Times ongoing investigation of National Park Service (NPS) misconduct in Drakes Estero. After their controversial decade-long battle to … Continue reading

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Toxic National Park Service

More corruptive acts in the decade long battle to close the historic oyster farm in Drake’s Estero The Russian River Times (RR Times) has obtained photographs and samples from the National Park Service (NPS) Drake’s Estero ‘Restoration’ project site where … Continue reading

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National Park Service: There they go again

Triggered by a whistleblower, another NPS cloud of scandal descends on Point Reyes National Seashore . The  National Parks Foundation (NPF) website, under the heading ‘Saving the Ecological Sanctuary of an Estuary,’ talks about their contribution to the $4 million … Continue reading

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What Was the Deal?

 By Sarah Rolph The story told by anti-oyster farm activists is that the Lunnys reneged on a deal. These activists have linked that story with another story about “wilderness,” claiming that the public was promised Drakes Estero would be wilderness … Continue reading

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