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Whose community is it? Question raised where NGOs offer predetermined outcomes for Clallam County Shoreline

July 13, 2013 10:38 am 

 

WHOSE COMMUNITY WORKSHOP IS SUPPORTED BY RADICAL ACTIVISTS?

“IT’S PRIVATE PROPERTY- FOR HEAVEN’S SAKE-STEP DOWN”

My Clallam County SMP comment
There are 3300 vested private property owners
PRIVATE Landowners are the stewards of this critical zone
Those who live in the same COMMUNITY area
affected by the Clallam County SMP Update

From: zSMP
Sent: Friday, July 12, 2013 10:47 AM

Dungeness Bluffs COMMUNITY? WORKSHOP 5 August 2013

1. COMMUNITY definition added for emphasis
People in an area, a group of people who live in the same area, or the area in which they live.

Clallam County COMMUNITY is the People in this area, all people who live in this same area, or the area in which they live. these people ARE Private Homeowners, Small business owners, private land owners, business men, development, real estate and the timber industry, etc.

THERE IS NO REPRESENTATION OF THIS COMMUNITY ON 5 August 2013
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There is an old saying, “Bird of a feather flock together.” Watch as the Canada geese line up in their formations to fly south for the winter. There will not be one robin or one blue jay in the bunch… nothing but Canada geese.

SCROLLING DOWN-WHO’S COMMUNITIES ARE THESE?

2. COMMUNITY definition added for emphasis
People with a common background
a group of people with a common background or with shared interests within society

3.COMMUNITY definition added for emphasis
Nations with a common history a group of nations with a common history or common economic or political interests

There is no definition of COMMUNITY associated with government APPOINTED FEDERAL OR STATE AGENCIES.
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DUNGENESS BLUFFS COMMUNITY WORKSHOP 5 AUGUST 2013

Funding for this work is provided by EPA, WDFW, Surfrider Foundation, Patagonia, and the Coastal Watershed Institute.

WHOSE COMMUNITY IS THIS?

SUPPORTED RADICAL ACTIVISTS?

PATAGONIA Environmental Grants and Support – We fund activists who take RADICAL and strategic steps to protect habitat, …

WHO’S COMMUNITY IS THIS?

Coastal Watershed Institute (CWI) and PARTNERS
SUPPORTED BY RADICAL ACTIVISTS
COASTAL WATERSHED INSTITUTE is a 501c3 not for profit organization NGO special interest group.

WHOSE COMMUNITY IS THIS?

THE SURFRIDER FOUNDATION. is an NGO special interest group
Our mission is the protection and enjoyment of oceans, waves and beaches through a powerful activist network. Today, we are doing this same thing in about 18 COUNTRIES AROUND THE WORLD.

WHOSE  COMMUNITY IS THIS?

EARTH ECONOMICS is an NGO special interest group
It is devoted to promoting ecosystem health and ecological economics and to halting the GLOBALIZATION of unsustainable economic policies. COMMUNITY?

WHOSE   COMMUNITY IS THIS?

OLYMPIC PENINSULA TRIBES
TRIBES ARE SOVEREIGN NATIONS
Tribes sued WA STATE and won a $2.4 BILLION Dollar Federal Judgment to replace all Culverts in WA State for fish.
Lake Quinault BEEN has closed closed to NON-TRIBAL CITIZENS

WHAT COMMUNITIES DO THESE FEDERAL AND STATE AGENCIES REPRESENT?
WHY DO GOVERNMENT AGENCIES TAKE FUNDING FROM PATAGONIA FOR Environmental Grants and Support?

EPA
OLYMPIC NATIONAL PARK
CLALLAM COUNTY
CLALLAM COUNTY SHORELINE MANAGEMENT UPDATE
WA STATE DEPT OF FISH AND WILDLIFE
WA STATE DEPT NATURAL RESOURCES
WA STATE DEPT ECOLOGY

INDEED, HOW MANY OF THESE ENTITIES, SUPPORTED BY RADICAL ACTIVISTS, COMMUNITIES ARE WORKING TOGETHER TO CONTROL THE 3300 PRIVATE PROPERTY OWNERS AND STIFLE THE ECONOMIC GROWTH AND SURVIVAL OF THE CLALLAM COUNTY COMMUNITY?
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—– Original Message —–
From: zSMP
Sent: Friday, July 12, 2013 10:47 AM
Subject: FYI: Dungeness Bluffs Community Workshop 5 August 2013

FYI: Press Release

**For Immediate Release**

The Coastal Watershed Institute (CWI) and partners invite the community to a Dungeness nearshore workshop on the evening of Monday August 5th, at the Dungeness River Audubon Center, from 6:00 – 8:00 pm.
This workshop will focus on understanding and protecting the habitat forming processes of the Dungeness bluff and spit system and the important linkages of our shorelines to the nearshore of inland marine waters of the Salish Sea.
CWI and partners, including Clallam County, Washington Departments of Fish and Wildlife, Natural Resources, and Ecology, Earth Economics, and the Surfrider Foundation, are working together to better understand ecosystem services provided by the nearshore.

Landowners are the stewards of this critical zone of our shoreline. Our goal is to promote a better understanding of bluff erosion processes, define best stewardship actions, and promote wise long term management for the benefit of our community and environment. We hope you will join us!

The workshop is free but space is limited.
For more information and to register contact Nicole Harris:
Phone: 360-460-5092
Email: nicole.harris@coastalwatershedinstitute.org,

Funding for this work is provided by EPA, WDFW, Surfrider Foundation, Patagonia, and the Coastal Watershed Institute.

Anne Shaffer
Coastal Watershed Institute
P.O.Box 2263
Port Angeles, Washington 98362
anne.shaffer@coastalwatershedinstitute.org
360.461.0799
www.coastalwatershedinstitute.org

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