we need to do a little something to protect our air, land and water. We need to safeguard our drinking water from industrial pollution.

EPA regulates clean water

In 2015 Obama's EPA established clean water regulations to safeguard the natural infrastructure of streams and wetlands. And now compare that to what Trump's EPA is trying to do to weaken these environmental protections, to benefit the industrial agriculture, oil, and gas companies.

a rollback of the Clean Water rule is obsurd.

Learn more cleanwateraction.org

#boycottNestle water brands like Arrowhead and Deer Park

to cease unauthorized use

YouTube   Nestle is taking common water resources

Nestle is taking 62 million gallons of water per year from San Bernardino National Forest, despite evidence that its operations are draining Strawberry creek, a spring-fed creek. The Forest Service issues Nestle new water permit in California. The permit allows extraction and there is no fee for the water.

boycott Nestle water brands like Arrowhead and Deer Park.

Nestle is the world's largest water-bottling company, earned $8.3 billion in profits from its water business in 2016. List of Nestle brands of water: Arrowhead, Calistoga, Deer Park, Ice Mountain, Perrier, Poland Spring, San Pellegrino.

has Nestle's water take been halted? public resources. harm to the ecosystem. investigation update.

Forest Service skips environmental review

Nestle is still taking national forest water   Desert Sun

Nestle offered permit to continue taking water from California watershed   NPR

Nestle tells Californa regulators it is entitled   Desert Sun

Lakota water is sacred

The case against Nestle   Lakota Law

The Lakota are a Native American tribe. Their current lands are in North and South Dakota. This is about how to protect our sacred land and water.

Lakota Law learn more at Lakotalaw.org

Stop Nestle water theft in San Bernardino, California   Lakota Law

stop the Keystone XL pipeline. The pipeline would pose a threat to the massive Ogallala Aquifer - one of the world's largest underground sources of fresh water.

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