The U.S. National Forest Service has Plans to use 20,000 acres of PRIVATE LAND for the Indiana Bat Habitat Restoration Project in Stone and Baxter Counties IN ARKANSAS
The deadline for filing a protest to the U.S. Forest Service for the use of private property for the Indiana Bat Habitat Restoration Project is May 17, 2013.
The U.S. National Forest Service has proposed an Indiana Bat Habitat Restoration Project to support the recovery of the endangered Indiana bat population. Editor’s note: Junk science was used in 1967 to put the Indiana Bat on the endangered species list. The real cause of declining Indiana Bat and Bee population is the Genetically Engineering (GE) of seeds and the spraying of insecticides. See http://www.fooddemocracynow.org/blog/2012/may/17/bee_kills_in_the_corn_belt_what_ge_got/
The bees are pollinating the Genetically Engineered (GE) corn. The Indiana Bats feed on the contaminated bees and end up dying. Monsanto is producing the GE seeds and also producing much of the deadly insecticides being used on corn.
The U.S. National Forest Service Bat Habitat Restoration Project plans to put a mechanism into place to regulate logging, use of herbicides, firewood cutting, and even access due to “buffer zones” on over 20,000 acres of privately owned land in Stone and Baxter Counties. The “buffer zone” would include any dead trees that the National Forest Service determines to be a potential roost for the Indiana bat. The Ozark National Forest covers over 1.2 million acres in North Arkansas. Why would the National Forest Service want to include 20,000 acres of private property in their already 1.2 million acres? This is all part of U.N. Agenda 21 controlling the use of all private property.
Project Name: Indiana Bat Habitat Restoration Projects
Draft Environmental Assessment “The Indiana Bat Habitat Restoration Project
30-Day Comment Letter
Comments and protests can be sent via U.S. Mail, delivered in person, faxed, or emailed.
Written comments or complaints are to include your name, address, telephone number, and the title of the project on which comment is being submitted (Indiana Bat Habitat Restoration Project).
Hand delivered comments and protests can be delivered to the U.S. National Forest Service District office Mon-Fri from 7:30am to 4:00pm.
Send U.S. mail comments and protests to:
James R, McCoy, District Ranger
1001 East Main Street
Mountain View, AR 72560
Email protests and comments can be sent to:
FAX protest and comments can be sent to 870-269-3000.
The U.S. Forest Service is in violation of:
1) Stone County Ordinance 97-3,
2) U.S. Constitution Article 1, Section 8
3) Arkansas Constitution Article 2 Section 22
4) National Forest Management Act of 1976
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