Monthly Archives: June 2013

Comment Not Posted: Chrystal Spring Farms Public Meeting 26 June 2013

I restrained myself from commenting on Elvia Thompson’s Facebook post showing the very big audience attending the meeting on Chrystal Springs Farm. I post it here because it won’t be read — It is wonderful to see such interest; it … Continue reading

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“Facing Tough Times, Barbuda Continues Sand Mining Despite Warnings”

[Thanks to Bill Rainey for passing this along, and thanks to Desmond Brown of IPS for several excellent articles about the local/Carribean impacts of climate change.. . . . The folks in Barbuda (and Antigua) need to understand that it’s … Continue reading

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Most Beaches in the South River Watershed Contaminated in 19 June Testing by STORMWATER RUNOFF

This is what happens when stormwater runoff is left untreated, and runs straight to the Bay (or nearest river going to the Bay!) Posted by Captain Diana Muller, South RiverKeeper <> on Friday, June 21st, and reposted in the report … Continue reading

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