Monthly Archives: April 2011

A “Resources Legacy” – of Pollution

The San Francisco Bay has been left last on the list of “Regional Study Regions,”  as the MLPAI boondoggle is railroaded through the state and legislative bodies, under the radar of well over 95% of the general population. So far … 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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A Call for A Boycott of Safeway: MLPAI Greenwashing

THE RECREATIONAL FISHING ALLIANCE                                                                         … Continue reading

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MLPAI Approves Waterfowl Hunting on North Coast Rivers

In a rather bizarre footnote to the venal Marine Life Protection Act Initiative process, special interests beholden to the California Fish and Game Commission managed to get duck hunting approved as part of the rubber stamping of the “Act.”  Don’t … Continue reading

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Open and Transparent?

The MLPA “Initiative” has lauded itself over time as being “open and transparent.”  This flies in the face of their actions, in which Bagley-Keene open meeting laws were openly and transparently violated.  Substantiated claims about the lack of legally mandated … Continue reading

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“Go Fish” – S.F. Weekly magazine

“Kirk Lombard, guru of S.F.’s seafood foraging scene, thinks eating local might help save our ocean.” The cover story by Peter Jamison in this week’s “S.F. Weekly” features former Department Fish & Game fish-counter, and present day smelt fisherman Kirk … Continue reading

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Apologies to readers for the weeklong hiatus from this blog. The past week marked several important milestones for this blogger, and for ocean conservation in general.  April 20 marked the one-year anniversary of the BP oil spill in the Gulf … Continue reading

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Greenpeace Protests Drilling Off New Zealand

Military arrive at oil drilling protest in New Zealand # Blogpost by Jess Miller – April 12, 2011 at 16:51 # After over a week of action to demand an end to a deep sea drilling project in New Zealand, police and … Continue reading

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Guest Writer: Marie Logan

Tsunami Waves Aggravate Problems of California Fishing Communities – What We Can Do to Help? By MARIE LOGAN March 17, 2011 6:30 a.m. Our hearts go out to those fighting for survival in Japan this week in the aftermath of … Continue reading

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