"Shasta Dam displaced the tribe and drowned 90 percent of the Winnemem sacred and ceremonial grounds that now lie underwater in Shasta Lake, the largest artificial reservoir in California...Now the tribe is bracing itself for a long and arduous battle against some of the most powerful and wealthy interests in the state."
The California Department of Fish and Wildlife released photos of five wolf pups with a pair of adults...the first confirmed sighting of a gray wolf pack in modern California history.
We stand with the concerned citizens who filed this lawsuit seeking compliance with the law, a full EIR and adequate, legally enforceable regulations to protect our local wells and aquifers from the harmful effects of unregulated water bottling.
A new Climate Change Adaptation Library is now posted online by Adaptation Partners.
A Virgo Birthday Bash
Sweetwater Music Hall
19 Corte Madera Ave.
Mill Valley, CA 94941
Tuesday, August 25, 2015
Doors @ 7, Show @ 8 pm
Thanks to everyone for supporting MSBEC at the Wild and Scenic Film Festival!
Mt. Shasta Water Nights Presents: Tapped Does privatization of water best serve the Mt. Shasta Community? This was an educational and informative film - the showing has passed, but we hear it is available for viewing on iTunes, Amazon, YouTube and Netflix. Synopsis The film examines the role of the bottled water industry and its [...]
Unanimous ruling from the 9th Circuit Court continues our Native and environmental coalition lawsuit, to stop destructive geothermal fracking of the pristine Medicine Lake Highlands - a major aquifer supplying water for millions of Californians.
"The drought that’s been desiccating California for the past four years has added new urgency to a decades-old debate about the best way to secure reliable water supplies for a growing population: new dams or efficiency measures."