Archives For Water Issues

ACTION ALERT: Land Grab! Ozark Run Scenic Byway

High Alert! Ozark Run Scenic Byway Attention residents in Missouri and Arkansas: Heads up! URGENT ACTION NEEDED! Biosphere — Blueway — Byway Here we go AGAIN. This is another Huge Land and Water Grab attempt in the Ozarks! Call it what they may, do not fall for this or approve it. The predatory Department of Interior […]

Letter Secure Arkansas Sent to Arkansas Federal Delegation re. WOTUS

Secure Arkansas got busy and emailed this letter to all our Arkansas federal delegation on Tuesday, June 27, 2017 concerning waters of the United States (WOTUS). Please click on the link to read the letter.  Hopefully, you will find it informative. This letter is about President Trump’s Executive Order 13778 signed February 28, 2017.         Here’s an excerpt from […]

Local Gov’t Kept in the Dark re. EPA Request for Comment on “Navigable Waters” under WOTUS

Local Elected Officials were NOT Officially Notified Regarding the EPA’s Request for Substantive Comments Pertaining to the Definition of “Navigable Waters” under the Waters of the U.S. (WOTUS) rule and Clean Water Act (looks like all across the country!) ** ALL STATES Need to Pay Attention! ** Many Arkansas legislators and county judges have informed […]

No Official Notification Given to County Officials to Provide Comments to EPA Concerning WOTUS?

It appears that Arkansas Quorum Court Justices of the Peace (JPs) were given “NO official notification” to provide substantive comments to the U.S Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) concerning the definition of “navigable waters” pertaining to the Waters of the United States (WOTUS) rule and Clean Water Act (CWA). JPs all over the state were thanking […]

Update from EPA Regarding Comment Period

As you may be aware, Monday, June 19, 2017 was the deadline for state and local government to submit substantive comments to EPA regarding each county’s stand on the definition of “navigable waters” pertaining to the Waters of the U.S. rule and Clean Water Act.  Because it appears that neither EPA nor NACo notified state […]


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