Aug 31, 2010
More than 500 people filled Winema Hall on the Siskiyou Golden Fairgrounds Saturday evening to show support for Protect Our Water – Scott Valley’s efforts to combat what its membership believes to be an unconstitutional attempt to control water in the valley, use of which has traditionally been a legally adjudicated right of property owners.
Aug 30, 2010
Learn why Mark Baird will NOT sign
the rewritten Permits that the California Department of Fish and Game; and the Siskiyou Resource Conservation District have designed.
Click on our PIE N POLITICS YouTube channel to the right and up pops a video of Mark with one of his buffalo.
Thank you Caleb Maplesden for your good video work.
Mark Baird’s wife, Cyndi, with her U.S. Constitution in her holster.
Aug 30, 2010
Check out the PAGE TAB above that says: Water Rally & Photos.
We have posted an article with photos of our event held Aug. 28, 2010. Thank you to everyone who helped make the event a success!
Liz Bowen took a few photos, but ended up busy in the kitchen cooking.
Luckily, Pam Thomas from Culver City was visiting Craig Chenoweth and took photos throughout the evening.
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Aug 30, 2010
Ms. Palin called for a renewal of American values. In a comment that appeared to be a veiled barb aimed at President Barack Obama and the Democratic agenda, she said: “We must not fundamentally transform America, as some would want. We must restore America and restore her honor.”
Aug 29, 2010
More than 500 people attended the RESTORE HONOR WATER RALLY hosted by Scott Valley Protect Our Water on Saturday, Aug. 28 at the Siskiyou Golden Fairgrounds in Yreka, Ca.
From left to right are: Scott Valley POW Vice President Mark Baird, President Craig Chenoweth and visiting Attorney Rich Ross, who spoke to the crowd.
Mark is armed with his U.S. Constitution in his holster, replacing his fire arm.
The crowd attended expecting to learn how to stand up for their right to water, especially their legal Water Rights. And the group was not disappointed with the speakers and information.
It is time to say “NO” to government agencies and officials that are creating invasive regulations, which destroy our RIGHTS.
Later in the evening, Rich Ross won the bid for the real buffalo robe donated by Mark and Cyndi Baird, who raise buffalo on their Quartz Valley WildRose Ranch.
More information and photos will be published on Aug. 30, 2010, so please check back.
Aug 27, 2010
By Mike Slizewski
Posted Aug 27, 2010 @ 09:10 AM
Yreka, Calif. —
Although not officially sanctioned, expect to see a number of Restore Honor Water Rally attendees wearing holsters with copies of the U.S. Constitution rather than guns in them Saturday evening at the Siskiyou Golden Fairgrounds in Yreka.
Sponsored by the Protect Our Water – Scott Valley (POW) organization, the rally starts at 5 p.m. in response to what a POW press release states are “the attacks against water rights in Scott Valley and the success that POW has attained in just three months.”
Speakers include POW Chairman Craig Chenoweth and Vice Chairman Mark Baird.
Baird, who told the Daily News he will be wearing a holster Saturday evening, emphasized that doing so was not meant to imply a threat of violence on the part of group members who choose to do so.
Instead, the symbolic move is “to let the government know that we intend to protect the rights given to us by the Constitution,” he explained. However, because some POW members expressed the feeling that wearing holsters would give some people the wrong impression, the POW board decided against officially sanctioning it. Instead, Baird said, individuals can choose to do so or not on their own.
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Time change for speaker Holly Swanson is to 5:45 p.m. not 7 p.m.
Aug 26, 2010
Craig Chenoweth and Jim Harris are going to the RESTORE HONOR WATER RALLY on Sat. Aug. 28th at the Siskiyou Golden Fairgrounds in Yreka, CA. It starts at 5 p.m.
Craig is president of Scott Valley Protect Our Water. He and Jim Harris loaded Craig’s organic grass hay bales in June by hand.
Craig is showing off his trusty hay hooks.
Craig receives irrigation water for his hay and farm grounds through two legal Water Rights.
The California Department of Fish and Game and the local Resource Conservation Districts have developed two Permits that they have demanded the landowners sign.
Unfortunately, the Permits greatly diminish the Water Right allotment that the property owner can use.
This is an invasion into Property Rights as Water Rights are a Property Right and protected under the U.S. and California Constitution.
This not only de-values the property, it reduces the amount of water that can be used to grow crops.
Growing crops equals profitability.
No or a low amount of crops equals —
For more information, call Liz Bowen at 530-467-3515.
Aug 26, 2010
Kim and Robert Ritola
of 3R Ranch in Fort Jones have donated —
1 ton second cutting grass/alfalfa hay
1 grass-fed lamb, cut and wrapped ready in October.
Dr. Michael Hess has donated two health packages worth $1000
“Premium Health Consultation Package” to Dr. Michael Hess of Fort Jones.
Starting bid of t $150 each as the blood tests included will cost that much.