Archives For Environmental Issues

Part 1 – Secure Arkansas’ 2014 Input to Assoc. of Ark. Counties

Secure Arkansas spoke to the Association of Arkansas Counties for their Annual Conference held August 20 – 22, 2014 in Little Rock, Arkansas. Jeannie Burlsworth, Founder / Chair of Secure Arkansas, began by explaining United Nations’ (U.N.) connection to Agenda 21 and sustainability and how it directly affects property owners.  She mentioned the EPA, the Clean Air Act, the Clean Water […]

EMERGENCY ALERT for TONIGHT 6/3/14: Sustainable Development / Agenda 21 Resolution to be Presented in Ft. Smith & surrounding areas!

WARNING to Residents of Fort Smith We were just made aware of a city council meeting tonight (June 3, 2014) in which they will try to pass a Resolution stating that Fort Smith supports the “Sustainable Arkansas Program”.  It’s very important that you call and email these city council members immediately (this afternoon!) and let them know that you DO NOT want them to […]

NEW ALERT: Property Owners (WARNING for AR & 11 Other States)

WARNING to Property Owners in these States: AL, AR, IL, IN, KS, KY, MO, MS, OH, OK, PA, & TN Property owners:  beware!  Once again, there could be another attempt at special land management / rules & regulations in Arkansas.  Do you know anyone who owns livestock, rides 4-wheelers, or enjoys our rivers and streams?  You’ll want to […]

Locking Ark. Counties into a Federal Process…

We are resending this article (originally sent on Dec. 2, 2013) because the Association of Arkansas Counties (AAC) is still trying to get their resolution passed in counties across the state (to support the creation of critical habitats for muckets and mussels…) and is a trap into a federal process that could endanger our local natural resources.  In our estimation, […]

Federal Blueway program ends

Original Article Here   By BILL DRAPER Associated Press January 03, 2014 4:16 PM KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) — A U.S. Interior Department program intended to recognize conservation efforts along the nation’s waterways was dissolved on Friday amid opposition from landowners and politicians who feared it would lead to increased regulations and possible land seizures. The […]

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