Category Archives: Resources Legacy Fund Foundation

The Inconvenient Truths about the MLPA “Initiative”

Yurok Tribal Member Richard Myers cleans mussels inside of Patrick’s Point State Park. Members of the Yurok, Hoopa Valley, Karuk and other Tribes on June 18, 2011 gathered seaweed, mussels and clams at three beaches on the North Coast to … Continue reading

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Thanks a lot, Ocean!

In 2004 Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger signed the ‘Ocean Action Plan,’ which among other things created a “public awareness campaign” to inform the public about the importance of our coasts and oceans.  The federal government started a similar program in 2004. … Continue reading

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As Accountable As the Wind

The Noyo News has learned that MLPAI “Principal Planner” Evan Fox was also a private contractor, and not a government employee. These revelations – that staff and officers were independent operators, hired and paid for with private money – are a major shock to … Continue reading

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Corporate CA$H is Good for You!

Corporate Foundations and the MLPAI,  101: The Packard Foundation and the Resources Legacy Fund Foundation are engaged in a good-will effort, to protect the ocean from YOU! ———————- The Packard Foundation was founded by David Packard, who served as Deputy … Continue reading

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The “Initiative” – A Public/Private takeover

What is a public private partnership? “Very simply, a public private partnership is a way in which, corporations, through a new entity called a public/private partnership, take control of government assets….the players with the most money control the partnership.”  –  … Continue reading

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