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Victory in FL! Friends of the Wacissa Protected Springs from Nestle!

Dear Friends and Protectors of the Wacissa River Springs,

Incredible news! Nestle Waters just announced that they will not pursue commmercial water extraction at Allen Spring on Wacissa River. Thank you, thank you for your steadfast efforts!

WFSU-FM 88.9 radio will likely have story in morning. Also check www.tdo.com

You can also read www.floridaenvironments.com

We will share more news as it comes in. Please stay tuned. Protecting Florida’s springs long term is critical. […]

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More Nestle Hijinks: vote postponed on ordinance to protect water in Jefferson County FL

Update: Jefferson County Commission tables aquifer protection ordinance

by Jennifer Portman Democrat senior writer

A vote on an aquifer protection ordinance intended to protect the Wacissa and other area spring-fed rivers from private bottled water operations was tabled Thursday night by the Jefferson County Commission.

A decision on the proposed ordinance, which would require any development associated with the production of bottled water be approved by a super-majority of the five-member board, was delayed […]

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Florida Grassroots Group working to Stop Nestle from Pumping Water out of the Wacissa River

Jefferson County commissioners will take public comments and vote Thursday evening on a new Aquifer Protection Ordinance intended to help protect the Wacissa and other county spring-fed rivers from private bottled water operations.

The ordinance, which took months to draft, comes in the wake of prospective plans by Nestle Waters North America to pump water from the headwaters of the Wacissa River. If approved by the Board of County Commissioners, any development associated with […]

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Collecting Rainwater Now Illegal in many States as Big Government Claims Ownership Over Our Water

July 26, 2010 by Mike Adams, the Health Ranger Editor of NaturalNews.com

Many of the freedoms we enjoy here in the U.S. are quickly eroding as the nation transforms from the land of the free into the land of the enslaved, but what I’m about to share with you takes the assault on our freedoms to a whole new level. You may not be aware of this, but many Western states, including Utah, Washington and Colorado, have long outlawed individuals […]

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Traci Kratzer Record Gazette Staff Writer | original article

The Cabazon Water District has shut off the water supply to the Nestle Waters North America bottling plant in Cabazon. […]

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Water tapped out at Nestle Waters North America bottling?

DEBRA GRUSZECKI • THE DESERT SUN • JUNE 15, 2010

The Cabazon Water District on Wednesday has threatened to shut off the water supply Wednesday to Nestle Waters North America bottling plant in Cabazon, the general manager for the utility announced late Tuesday.

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12:30am: Battle over water still unresolved

By MEHAK BANSIL Special to the Record-Eagle

Published: December 14, 2009 12:30 am

LANSING — Environmental interests in Michigan said the fight to stop privatization of part of Michigan’s water resources isn’t done.

Following a courtroom battle between Nestle Waters North America and environmental groups over a bottling plant in Mecosta County, the organizations are pressing state lawmakers for steps to preserve Great Lakes waters.

“We don’t want to destroy the beauty and wonder for the Great Lakes by bottling […]

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