There is a fair amount of research available concerning offshore Native American Sacred Sites and NCTC wants to make sure that our voice pointing out these very important pre-historical Californian Native American Sacred Sites is heard loud and clear, NCTC does not give anyone, including Corporations, Agencies or Governments the right to disturb our offshore California Native American Chumash Sacred Sites. Complete Letter: Coastal Commission Additional information PG&E ST 110712
Seventh Generation Fund would like to again extend our full support of the Chumash Peoples’ in opposition of the 3D Geophysical Seismic Testing that Pacific Gas and Electric is proposing as a means for seismic mapping off the coast of southern California. Seventh Generation Fund supports the Chumash and their endeavors to protect and preserve the oceans and all living things from harm inflicted upon them by practices such as seismic testing. Full letter: sevengenerationseismic2.doc
Pacific Gas and Electric Company
With Padre Associates, Inc.; DB Neish & Associates
Application to Conduct high energy seismic survey operations in state and federal waters between Cayucos and Point Sal and temporarily install and operate an array of seismic activity monitoring devices onshore.
Any concerns regarding this issue contact:
Ventura Harbor to Limuw
September 8, 9 and 10, 2012
Contact Deborah Sanchez for information at firstname.lastname@example.org
Here are a few more images from our Tomol Village Hop 2012 at Avila Beach. It was a Beautiful day. You’ll no doubt recognize someone special in these photos… See you next week for the Tomol Crossing to Limuw 2012?
All the Best,
Photos by: A. M. Marzolla email@example.com
California Coastal Commission September 12-14, 2012 Agenda
Caspar Community Center
15051 Caspar Road
Caspar, CA 95420
[The phone number will only be in service during the meeting.]
Wednesday, September 12, 2012, 9:00 a.m.
Thursday, September 13, 2012, 9:00 a.m.
Friday, September 14, 2012, 9:00 a.m.
We Will Not Back Down
Commentary by Captain Paul Watson
The one thing that I have been most proud of in my long career is the fact that after 35 years of interventions to defend marine life we have not caused a single injury to any person nor after some 350 voyages have I had any of my crew seriously injured. I am also proud of the fact that although we have been aggressively intervening against illegal whalers, sealers, dolphin killers, drift netters, trawlers, turtle killers and other ocean life-destroying enterprises, we have always done so within the boundaries of the law.