David Bricklin: http://www.bnd-law.com/newsite/bricklin.asp
Mr. Bricklin traveled down from Seattle taking time out of his busy schedule on Saturday, January 29, 2011 to speak to impacted landowners who are at risk of losing their land and their landowner rights and answer their questions.
You can watch the video of this meeting: HERE
His areas of practice are environmental land use, property damage, and energy facility siting law. David has extensive litigation experience representing environmental groups, individuals, municipalities and Tribes in a wide varity of environmental land use, and condemnation matters.
Seattle Office Phone: (206) 264-8600
Josh Vicent from NCAP traveled from Eugene to educate impacted landowners on a cold and rainy Thursday evening on April 21, 2011. He spoke on 10 of BPA's listed approved herbicides they will use. You can watch this three-part series on our web site: HERE
Our goal for this meeting was to give landowners the tools they may need if and when they have to deal with BPA.
One of the things we learned was that the term "Pesticides" is actually the correct word for all chemical compounds such as Fungicides, Herbicides, Rodenticides, etc., and biological agents (such as a virus or bacterium), antimicrobial, disinfectant, or device used against any pest.
Herbicides contaminating a new corridor for 70-miles, consuming 1,273 acres, filtering into our communities water wells, groundwater and waterways is an indisputable objective fact and reason why we have every right to tell BPA not to destroy our area. There are laboratory findings right here in the good ole USA that the herbicides on BPA's approved herbicide list cause cancer in laboratory studies in mammals. BPA, don't ruin our drinking water and waterways by poisoning us with your dangerous cancer-causing herbicides.
You can find information on the herbicides BPA will be using under the NCAP "Pesticide Fact Sheets" section. Their Web site is loaded with information to help you in all areas of pesticide use and the damage pesticides cause.
Attached below is BPA's list of approved Herbicides that they will be using.
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