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Scott Valley Protect Our Water: Meetings with Constitutional attorney Fred Kelly Grant

California water, Federal gov & land grabs, POW, Threats to agriculture, Water rights

Coming March 11 & 12, 2011

_________

Attorney Fred Kelly Grant

Well-known fighter for Water

and Property Rights.

Constitutional rights!

Two meetings will be held,

Friday, March 11, 2011

at the Scott Valley Grange in Greenview

7 p.m.

&

On Sat. March 12, 2011

Flower building at  Siskiyou Golden Fairgrounds

2 to 5 p.m.

Come learn how to protect your

Water Rights and Private Property Rights.

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Thank you Congressmen Tom McClintock and Wally Herger

Op-ed

The following news article from Redding Searchlight shows that two U.S. Congressmen are standing up for citizens in Siskiyou County.

In the Nov. 2, 2010 election, Siskiyou County voted 79 percent against removing the 4 dams on Klamath River.

Agriculture will be destroyed in Siskiyou County if the dams are removed, because the government will then demand nearly all irrigation water, including groundwater, stay in the Scott and Shasta Rivers to flow into the Klamath River.

Even without irrigation, science studies show that the increase of Scott and Shasta river volume will not be sufficient to make a difference to the volume of the Klamath River.

This is not about “saving the fish” folks, it is about the enviros and government agencies controlling the water.

If we are not able to use our private property, we certainly cannot call ourselves Americans for the U.S. Constitution will be null and void.  — Editor Liz Bowen

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Lawmakers push to keep four hydro dams running, cite need for electricity

California water, Klamath River & Dams, Threats to agriculture, Water rights
  • By Dylan Darling
  • Record Searchlight
  • Posted February 26, 2011 at 9:56 p.m.

Federal lawmakers representing Northern California are trying to stop the removal of four power dams along the Klamath River by cutting off the flow of study funding.

U.S. Rep. Tom McClintock, R-Fair Oaks, added an amendment to the House’s continuing resolution before it was approved Feb. 19 that would cut $1.9 million for studies by the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.

“At a time when Californians are paying the highest electricity prices in the continental United States and when officials can’t guarantee enough electricity to keep the lights on, the decision to deliberately destroy 155 megawatts of the cleanest and cheapest electricity available is simply insane,” McClintock said in a statement.

Built between 1908 and 1962, the dams — three in Siskiyou County and one in Oregon — produce enough power for 70,000 homes, but they cut off an estimated 300 miles of salmon spawning habitat.

Last year more than 40 groups, including farms, environmentalists and American Indian tribes, signed an agreement to explore taking out the dams.

The accord is touted as a way to end long-standing disputes in the Klamath Basin over water.

In 2001 the federal government cut basin irrigation deliveries, causing a summer of protests in Klamath Falls, Ore.

Joining McClintock in opposing dam removal is Rep. Wally Herger, R-Chico, who called it “just a bad idea” Friday.

He said the Siskiyou County Board of Supervisors has voted to oppose the removal.

“The citizens of Siskiyou County have overwhelmingly come out and indicated that they are opposed to these dams being removed,” Herger said.

Like McClintock, Herger said the dams are a source of inexpensive electricity.

Removal of the dams, which are owned by PacifiCorp of Portland, Ore., would be the largest in the history of the country,  said Glen Spain, northwest regional director for the Pacific Coast Federation of Fishermen’s Associations. He said that’s in terms of number of dams and length of river restored.

Whether the dams come out or not, he said the groups on both sides of the debate need to learn from the studies under way by the Bureau of Reclamation and Fish and Wildlife.

“Even the opponents to dam removal want to know, and need to know, the facts,” Spain said.

Calling McClintock’s amendment a “poorly thought-out idea,” Spain said he doesn’t think it has much chance of passing through the Senate.

http://www.redding.com/news/2011/feb/26/push-onto-keep-4-dams-running/

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California Supreme Court Wants More Evidence in Water ‘Fees’ Case

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EDITORS COMMENT: Looks like Farm Bureau will sell us out again—Craig Chenoweth

In the case of the California Farm Bureau Federation v. California State Water Resources Control Board (CSWRCB), the issues before the State Supreme Court were:

  • Whether the charge on water rights permit applicants and license holders is

    indeed a fee;

  • If it is a valid fee, can the fee be charged to contractors who receive water deliveries from the federal government; and

  • How fees should be calculated in the future if the current system is deemed to be inaccurate.

READ MORE http://www.calchamber.com/Headlines/Pages/02242011-CaliforniaSupremeCourtWantsMoreEvidenceinWaterFeesCase.aspx

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Siskiyou Daily News: California judge approves Klamath dam removal surcharge

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According to the ruling, the proposed decision will not become effective until approved by the PUC, and it will not appear on the PUC’s agenda for 30 days. In that time, parties to the proceedings can file comments on the proposed decision.

READ MORE http://www.klamathbucketbrigade.org/SiskiyouDailyNews_CaliforniajudgeapprovesKlamathdamremovalsurcharge022411.htm

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Collectivist Tyranny – Alexander’s Essays – PatriotPost.US

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“If we can prevent the government from wasting the labors of the people, under the pretence of taking care of them, they must become happy. … I think we have more machinery of government than is necessary, too many parasites living on the labor of the industrious.” –Thomas Jefferson

It may look more like Socialist protests in Greece or France, but the latest incarnation of collectivist insurrection is under way in Madison, Wisconsin, spreading like a plague into Indiana, Ohio and other Midwest states.

READ MORE http://patriotpost.us/alexander/2011/02/24/collectivist-tyranny/

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Good news for Timber industry

Threats to agriculture

Court Affirms Forestry’s Positive Role in Addressing Climate Change

Decision Verifies Carbon Benefits of Active Forest Management

Sacramento, Calif., February 22, 2011 – In a strongly-worded opinion validating

California’s forest practice laws, a Superior Court judge has ruled that timber harvesting under the state’s comprehensive forestry standards is not only appropriate under the law, but also advances the fight against climate change.

The ruling declares that the methodology used by state to approve timber harvesting by private landowners is valid under California’s environmental laws, and that the state’s forest practices can help improve air quality and reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions.

To read the entire article go to:

http://www.foresthealth.org/

and scroll down to: Current News and the title:

Court Affirms Forestry’s Positive Role in Addressing Climate Change


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Liz Writes Life: Fred Kelly Grant meetings – Yreka, CA – Siskiyou Daily News

California water, Federal gov & land grabs, Scott Valley events

Fred Kelly Grant meetings

Property rights attorney Fred Kelly Grant will be in Siskiyou County for several meetings on March 11-12.

Anyone who is interested in learning about protecting private property, water rights, the 10th Amendment and legal coordination is invited to attend.

It is free.

The first meeting will be Friday, March 11 in Greenview at the Scott Valley Grange. Time is 7 p.m.

The second meeting will be in Yreka at the Siskiyou Golden Fairgrounds at 2 p.m. on Saturday, March 12 in the Flower building.

To learn more about Fred Kelly Grant and his successes in litigations, check out: Pie N Politics.com

Rally this Friday

KARE, the pro-forestry group, is hosting a

“No Monument!” rally

on Feb. 25 at the U.S. Forest Service office at 1312 Fairlane Rd in Yreka.

Congressman Wally Herger will be speaking and Senator Doug LaMalfa and Assemblyman Nielsen are invited.

I am totally opposed to the creation of the Siskiyou Crest National Monument that will enclose over 200,000 acres of northern Siskiyou County.

The Greens are touting it as a “Climate Change Refuge!”

READ MORE http://www.siskiyoudaily.com/opinions/columnists/x1467315241/Liz-Writes-Life-Fred-Kelly-Grant-meetings

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Feds raise water allotment for west-side farmers

California water, Threats to agriculture

Posted at 01:31 PM on Friday, Feb. 18, 2011

By Robert Rodriguez / The Fresno Bee

Farmers on the west side of the Valley will receive 50% of their allocation from the Central Valley Project this year, federal officials announced Friday.

The allocation is 5 percentage points more than the January forecast, but still far less than what growers want.

The improved outlook is the result of heavy storms in the last few months of 2010 and an above-average Sierra snowpack.

Last year, the forecast was only 5%. In 2009, it was 0%.

“Things are getting better,” said west-side grower Todd Allen. “But we have this huge snowpack, and it’s kind of disappointing that we can’t get 100% of our allocation.”

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The Modesto Bee – Feds boost water supplies for many Californa Farms

California water, Threats to agriculture

STATE – NEW

Friday, Feb. 18, 2011

The Associated Press

FRESNO, Calif. — Federal water managers plant to boost deliveries to farms, industry and cities this year thanks to this winter’s abundant rainfall.

U.S. Interior Secretary Ken Salazar announced Friday that agriculture contractors south of the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta will receive 50 percent of the water they request – an improvement on the 30 percent they initially got last year.

The Bureau of Reclamation will provide 100 percent of water deliveries to farms, cities and industrial water contractors north of the freshwater delta.

Salazar says while the last few years of drought and regulatory restrictions are still limiting supplies for Southern California industry and farms in the San Joaquin Valley, estimates could change over the next few months.

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