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JULY 6, 2014

WE THE PEOPLE RADIO

WE THE PEOPLE RADIO

CONSERVATION EASEMENT

Show appearances: JUNE 22, 2014  JUNE 29, 2014  JULY 6, 2014
Our guest: Ric Frost - Natural Resource Consultant  
"Because our communities' future matters"
Economic Environmental ESA/NEPA GIS Water Analysis
Policy and Regulatory Issues    Contributing editor to LandAndWaterUSA.com

 
Ric quotes:
"Ah, the view to convince the IRS to view sheds as a taxable value upon lands not owned by the entity getting the tax benefit .......... the view to think "I can impose my will, through a CE, upon any neighbor within my view"
.............. and using your viewshed to stop any land activity not in align with your view...
 

RIC FROST

 
Ric will be speaking with us about the Wildlands Project which is part of the United Nations Agenda 21. 
This week's material - July 6
Last week's material - June 29
material from two weeks ago - June 22
 
The goal of the Wildlands Project is to set aside approximately fifty (50) percent of the North American continent (Turtle Island) as "wild land" for the preservation of biological diversity.
The project seeks to do this by creating "reserve networks" across the continent. Reserves are made up of the following: ◦Cores, created from public lands such as National Forest and Parks
Buffers, often created from private land adjoining the cores to provide additional protection
Corridors, a mix of public and private lands usually following along rivers and wildlife migration routes
The primary characteristics of core areas are that they are large (100,000 to 25 million acres), and allow for little, if any, human use.
The primary characteristics of buffers are that they allow for limited human use so long as they are "managed with native biodiversity as a preeminent concern."
Moral and ethical guidelines for the Wildlands Project are based on the philosophy of Deep Ecology.
The eight point platform of Deep Ecology can be summarized as follows: ◦All life (human and non-human) has equal value.
Resource consumption above what is needed to supply "vital" human needs is immoral.
Human population must be reduced
Western civilization must radically change present economic, technological, and ideological structures.
Believers have an obligation to try to implement the necessary changes.
The Wildlands Project itself is supported by hundreds of groups working towards its long-term implementation. Implementation may take 100 years or more.
The Wildlands Project has received millions of dollars in support from wealthy private and corporate foundations such as the Turner Foundation, Patagonia, W. Alton Jones Foundation, Lyndhurst Foundation, etc.
 
GIVING THE OPPOSITION A VOICE
EarthFirst Mourning Loss of a Tree - Crying & Screaming
 
VIDEO: Black Bear Ranch
VIDEO: Commune|PBS America
 
Black Bear Ranch, www.BlackBearRanch.org is an 80-acre intentional community located in Siskiyou County, California, about 25 miles from Forks of Salmon. It was founded in 1968,[1] with the slogan "free land for free people". It has been considered by some participants and commentators to be one of the more radical examples of communal living/intentional communities that grew out of the counterculture of the 1960s.[2]

Before being converted into a commune, it was a ghost town that had been a gold mining settlement in the 1860s.[3] The commune's legal ownership was held by one resident, Richard Marley,[4] until in 1987 it was transferred to the Black Bear Family Trust,[1] which limits development of the property and established trustees to oversee various specified duties. Black Bear Ranch was the subject of the 2005 documentary Commune by Johnathan Berman. The commune still exists today and continues to follow the basic ideals which motivated its founding. At the Summer Solstice Gathering in 2013, there were over 40 residents, the highest population in decades. It is located in a pocket valley in the Siskiyou Mountains.[5]

REF http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Black_Bear_Ranch

 
 
 
 

 

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