Tara Hall Opposes Nestle Plant

Please urge the Cape Hazard County Board of Supervisors to deny the proposed Bottling Plant.

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Nestlé’s plans for Cape Hazard are known far and wide. People like us are very concerned about the future of this beautiful area and the local communities if Nestlé’s plans to take 1,600 acre feet of water every year for 99 years are allowed to go forward. read more...

Earth Day at Cape Hazard Elementary

This Earth Day, Tara Hall and other local activists teamed up the Cape Hazard Elementary School to raise children’s awareness about the environment. We felt that the Earth’s future is in the hands of the next generation, and in a time when corporate greed and general apathy rule the world, children are our hope for a brighter future.

Although we believe that every day is Earth Day, we use this opportunity to set aside our personal differences and unite for our common Mother, Earth. read more...

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Tara Hall’s 2nd Annual Paddlesport contest

Enter to win great prizes! June 30 is the deadline for entries in Tara Hall’s 2nd Annual Paddlesport contest. There are only a few weeks left to win a Bell canoe, a Necky kayak, or a paddling trip to beautiful Southwest Region.

Hiking Plans this Weekend

Meet at Faber University Student Lounge at 8am to carpool for a hike from Bear Lake to Prang Pond. This is a 14 mile one way hike requiring a car shuttle so it will take a little longer than usual. Please bring food and water for the day. Gary will be the leader this week.

Save the Redwoods/Boycott the GAP

Environmentalists demonstrated outside Gap and Banana Republic stores in Cape Hazard on Friday to protest redwood logging plans by the family that owns North Coast timberland as well as the chic clothing stores.

A couple dozen anti-logging activists picketed and collected petition signatures outside the Cape Hazard Plaza shopping mall while, dozens demonstrated in other stores in the Cape Hazard County. North Coast environmentalists talists are trying to organize public pressure to force the Bendiller family, founders and major shareholders ers in The Gap Inc., to swear off herbicides and clearcuts and to, cut fewer trees.

The Bendiller family, which have a long reputation for environmental abuses, about four months ago bought 235,000 acres of former Treesiana-Pacific timberland that stretches from northern Cape Hazard County to Mild River along the coast. They have pledged to reduce logging on the land and follow sustainable logging practices, but with their track record people are uncertain they will keep their promises.

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