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Take Action: Tell the Forest Service: No to Palomar!

The Palomar Pipeline is illegal. For it to cross Mt. Hood National Forest,
it would break some of the most important environmental rules we have
protecting our forests and watersheds. But that doesn't stop Palomar.
They'll just get the rules changed. But, while the energy industry may be
used to the federal government doing backflips for them, they may be
realizing that Oregonians are a different story.
Right now, the Forest Service has an open public comment period asking for
input on the changes to these protections in our national forest. We have
until this Wednesday, February 4th to weigh in on why special treatment
for LNG development is not acceptable in our state's iconic forests.

Bark, the watchdogs for Mt. Hood, has created a helpful tool on their website
for submitting comments.

Click here and make your voice heard today!

For more information, visit Bark's website, www.bark-out.org and find out
what they are doing to join the resistance to LNG!