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North Carolina:
- French Broad River
- Neuse River
      Neuse River Video
      Hog Vigil - June 19-21, 2007
 
Other States:
- Alabama: Black Warrior River
- Michigan: St. Clair Channel
- Pennsylvania: Lower Susquehanna River
 
Canada:
- Ontario: Lake Ontario
- Ontario: Georgian Bay
- Labrador: Grand (aka: Churchill) River
 
















Black Warrior River

Black Warrior Riverkeeper's® mission is to protect and restore the Black Warrior River and its tributaries. We are a non-profit organization dedicated to improving habitat, recreation, and public health throughout the largest river watershed fully contained within Alabama, America's leading state for freshwater biodiversity. Monitoring waterways, educating the public, and holding major polluters accountable has made us an important proponent of clean water in our patrol area, the entire Black Warrior River Watershed. Founded in 2001 by David Whiteside, our full-time employees include Nelson Brooke - Riverkeeper® (patrolman & spokesman) and Charles Scribner - Director of Development. We also benefit greatly from the services of in-house Chief Prosecuting Attorney,
Mark Martin, and Legal Program Coordinator, John Kinney. Alabama's 2006 Watershed Organization of the Year, Black Warrior Riverkeeper® is governed by a board of directors and is a proud member
of Waterkeeper® Alliance. Please call 205-458-0095 to report pollution (we investigate citizen tips) and to inquire about volunteering, donating, or events. Learn more at www.BlackWarriorRiver.org or email Info@BlackWarriorRiver.org


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On July 19, 2007, Joseph Puentes conducted a podcast interview with Charles Scribner, Director of Development for Black Warrior Riverkeeper®, a non-profit Alabama chapter of Waterkeeper® Alliance. The two discussed such topics as Black Warrior Riverkeeper's® history, staff, mission, fundraising, legal actions, events, and membership, as well as the diverse pollutants and negligent Alabama state agencies that plague the vital yet vulnerable Black Warrior River Watershed.

Copyright © 2007 Black Warrior Riverkeeper®, All Rights Reserved.















French Broad River

The French Broad Riverkeeper®, Hartwell Carson, is charged with monitoring and enforcing environmental regulations along with educating and advocating the public and elected officials for cleanup and protection of our rivers. The French Broad Riverkeeper® works with RiverLink, an Asheville, NC based non-profit that is striving towards the economic and environmental revitalization
of the French Broad River. Please view their movie about the river: http://www.riverlink.org/movie.asp For more information visit www.riverlink.org.

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Making Progress a part of the "Progressive Voice of the Mountains" WPVM 103.5 Asheville interviewed Hartwell Carson the French Broad Riverkeeper® RiverLink.org. In the interview Carson explains what he does and how you can be part of the Muddy Water Watch program.

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====>Right Click to Download "Robert F Kennedy, Jr."



ROBERT F. KENNEDY, JR.'s reputation as a resolute defender of the environment stems from a litany of successful legal actions. Mr. Kennedy was named one of Time Magazine's "Heroes for the Planet" for his success helping Riverkeeper® lead the fight to restore the Hudson River. The group's achievement helped spawn more than 150 Waterkeeper® organizations across the globe.

Mr. Kennedy serves as Senior Attorney for the Natural Resources Defense Council, Chief Prosecuting Attorney for the Hudson Riverkeeper® and President of Waterkeeper® Alliance. He is also a Clinical Professor and Supervising Attorney at Pace University School of Law's Environmental Litigation Clinic and is co-host of Ring of Fire on Air America Radio.















Hog Vigil - June 19-21, 2007

Starting at 3:00 PM on Tuesday, June 19th, and running straight through until 6:00 PM on Thursday, June 21st, 2007 there will be a vigil held in downtown Raleigh at the Halifax Mall, which is in the middle of the legislative and other government buildings.

Participating groups include: ALLIANCE FOR A RESPONSIBLE SWINE INDUSTRY, CONCERNED CITIZENS OF TILLERY, CAPE FEAR COASTKEEPER, CAPE FEAR RIVER WATCH, CAPE HATTERAS COASTKEEPER, CAPE LOOKOUT COASTKEEPER, CONSERVATION COUNCIL OF NORTH CAROLINA, BLACK WORKERS FOR JUSTICE, DUPLIN ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH AWARENESS PROJECT, FRUIT OF LABOR, LOWER NEUSE RIVERKEEPER, NEUSE RIVER FOUNDATION, NEW RIVER FOUNDATION, NEW RIVERKEEPER, NORTH CAROLINA COASTAL FEDERATION, NORTH CAROLINA ENVIRONMENTAL JUSTICE NETWORK, OPEN MINDED SENIORS, PAMLICO-TAR RIVER FOUNDATION, PAMLICO-TAR RIVERKEEPER, RURAL EMPOWERMENT ASSOCIATION FOR COMMUNITY HELP, SOUTHERN ENVIRONMENTAL LAW CENTER, NC COUNCIL OF CHURCHES, UPPER NEUSE RIVERKEEPER, WATERKEEPER ALLIANCE.

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51 HOUR CONTINUOUS VIGIL TO BE HELD AT NC GENERAL ASSEMBLY

PRESS CONFERENCE SCHEDULED

JUNE 20th 2007

The largest collation of environmental grass roots organizations ever assembled in North Carolina will conduct a Press Conference at 10:00 am on June 20th, 2007 at the Halifax Mall. The Halifax Mall is located between the two Legislative Office Buildings in Raleigh North Carolina.

The Press Conference will announce the purpose of a 51 Hour Vigil that will be taking place throughout the day and night at the Halifax Mall between 3:00 pm Tuesday, June 19, 2007 and 6:00 pm Thursday, June 21, 2007.

Representatives of community and environmental groups from across the state of North Carolina will be in the Halifax Mall for 51 straight hours, ONE HOUR for each day the members of the General Assembly are expected to be in session during 2007. The purpose of the vigil is to spotlight the issue of hog waste and the direct adverse impacts it is having on our rivers, streams, creeks, air AND PEOPLE. Educational materials and displays, including the airing of video documentaries, will be used to communicate these devastating impacts. Vigil participants will make frequent visits to members of the General Assembly.

2007 is the year the General Assembly must legislate a ban on new construction of lagoons and sprayfileds, set a "Date Certain" for completion of phase out of their use, commence their phase out and provide appropriate safe drinking water for citizens who have been impacted by groundwater pollution. The Bernard Allen Clean Water Bill will do just that.

Hog waste issues must be fully resolved this year. The citizens of North Carolina are fed up with excuses and delays.

For more information concerning this significant event call one of the following:

Don Webb, Alliance for a Responsible Swine Industry 252 289 7373

Gary Grant, Concerned Citizens of Tillery - 252-826-3017 - cell: 252-578-4729

Devon Hall, REACH (Duplin County) 910 381 5652

Heather Jacobs, Pamlico/Tar Riverkeeper 252-402-5644

Larry Baldwin, Lower Neuse Riverkeeper, 252 670 0389

Rick Dove, Waterkeeper Alliance 252 636 9238

Naeema Muhammad - NC Environmental Justice Network - 252-314-0703

























Neuse River Foundation: Riverkeepers®

The mission of the Neuse River Foundation is to be a viable agent for better water quality in the Neuse River through education, investigation, and public involvement. We support two RIVERKEEPER® Programs that are determined to halt present abuses, to help remedy past ones, and to ensure future protection of the River.

An associated website with very Important information about the North Carolina Riverkeeper and Waterkeeper Aliance can be found here: RiverLaw.us or NeuseRiver.com

The Neuse River Foundation's RIVERKEEPER® FILM FESTIVAL
RALEIGH, NC on SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 2006

====>Click to hear "Paperhand Puppet Intervention"

====>Click to hear Neuse Riverkeepers: "Tour de Neuse"


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A grassroots organization realized that environmental education directed at children can be more effective than political advocacy and started "River Lab" - a river basin environmental education program integrated into local schools. In the audio, producer Charles Clemmons talks about the documentary he created on the River Lab program.

====>Interview with Charles Clemmons, producer of "River Lab"

Charles Clemmons & Wiltonwood Productions -

A native of North Carolina, Charles Clemmons is founder and president of Wiltonwood Productions, a Connecticut-based film, video, and television production company. He has produced, directed, photographed, and edited documentary television programs broadcast on public television stations throughout the United States and was co-producer/director, co-writer, and co-cinematographer for Mystic Voices: The Story of the Pequot War, distributed for public television nationwide by American Public Television. For Mystic Voices, he was co-winner of Emmy® Awards for Best Writing and Best Documentary presented by the New England chapter of the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences. In addition, he was co-nominee for a best cinematography Emmy®. In addition to broadcast television, Charles has made a number of non-broadcast documentaries on the performing arts and artists and their art.

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Film summaries can be found here: Film Summaries

Program Schedule for November 11, 2006

4:00 PM - Festival passes will be available at the Museum of History.

Festival Passes ($10) are available online or at the door. Seating is limited and we suggest you order your pass online and pick-up the at the door. Order passes online.

With your Festival Pass, you can create your own film festival. Your pass allows you to move between venues as often as you like to see the films you want to see.

5:00 PM - Opening Event

Crawdad's Conundrum, a live perfromance by the Paperhand Puppet Intervention. A delightful live performance of the story of a determined Crayfish who wants to help her friends when their habitat is threatened, (Tickets for puppet show only - $5)

5:30 - Parade of giant puppets on the plaza between the NC Museums of History and Sciences

6:30 to 10:00 PM - documentary and independent films screening in the theatres of the NC Museum of History and Natural Sciences.

Schedule of Films and Times
NC Museum of Sciences

6:30 Ride of the Mergansers, 11 min.
6:40 City of Mermaids, 20 min
7:00 Tasmanian Circumnavigation, 30 min.
7:30 Construction of San Francisco Bay Bridge, 17 min.
7:47 Christini's Feat
8:00 BREAK

(Hotdogs on the Plaza or Coffee and pastry in Museum of History)

8:10 Soulmate, 10 min
8:20 Ripples of Light, 20 min.
8:40 Arctic Son, 75 min. (This film contains adult language)
9:50 The Wash 20 min.

NC Museum of History

6:30 The Map, 30 min.
7:00 The Sacramento: River of Life, 57 min.
8:00 BREAK

(Hotdogs on the Plaza or Coffee and pastry in Museum of History)

8:10 to 10 PM - SPECIAL PROGRAM with Dean Naujoks, Upper Neuse Riverkeeper, filmmaker Charles Clemmons, ("River Lab"), and NC State students, Laurie Barnes, Jenny James and Roselyn Whitney, ("Too big for our Ditches.").

The Neuse Riverkeepers will give a brief presentation on their roles and responsibilities as Riverkeepers. Afterwards, take a virtual tour down the Neuse River. This past spring, Larry Baldwin, the Lower Neuse Riverkeeper and Dean completed their 270 mile Tour de Neuse - a 3 week journey down the Neuse River. See rare and beautiful images of the Neuse River. Visit NeuseRiver.org for Tour de Neuse daily journals, pictures and maps.

The Riverkeepers presentation will be followed by:

8:50 Too Big For Our Ditches (Q&A with filmmakers)
9:00 River Lab, (Q&A with filmmaker)
9:30 Program will close with "Building of the Meadowlands."

Copyright © 2006, 2007 Neuse River Foundation






Many thanks to American Rivers for producing this video:

====>Click to View "#8 Neuse River, North Carolina"


























The Georgian Bay, Ontario

The The Georgian Bay Association is a volunteer, not for profit umbrella group representing 22 resident associations and 4,400 families on the eastern and northern shores of Georgian Bay and the adjacent lakes and water bodies. The association was founded in 1916.

Please visit their webpage: http://www.GeorgianBay.ca

Descriptions from their website of their work related to the Georgian Bay:

====>Click to hear the Interview of Mary Muter, Georgian Baykeeper®

In September the GBA's Mary Muter, Georgian Baykeeper® and chair of the Air and Water Environment Committee, was interviewed by the CBC Radio One Ontario Morning radio program about the recent funding, announced by the federal government, to start the Upper Great Lakes Study. This 6 minute interview gives a good overview of the problems that the GBA has been working hard to bring to the attention of of the IJC and the US and Canadian governments.

Copyright © 2006, 2007 The Georgian Bay Association, All Rights Reserved.

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The Georgian Bay Association 89th Annual General Meeting Wednesday, April 5th, 2006

====>Click to hear The GBA AGM: Gord Miller - Keynote Address 54 minutes

Copyright © 2006, 2007 The Georgian Bay Association, All Rights Reserved.


























The Grand (Churchill) River: Labrador

The Grand Riverkeeper, Labrador Inc. is a non-profit organization. Our goal is to preserve and protect the water quality and the ecological integrity of the Grand (Churchill) River and its estuaries for present and future users and for posterity through actions of public awareness, monitoring, intervention and habitat restoration.

Please visit their webpage: http://GrandRiverKeeperLabrador.org

Please listen to the following audio from Newfoundland and Labrador This Week a CBC Radio program. In this 03 February 2007 program you'll hear information related to the Grand (Churchill) River. Please consider subscribing to the podcast via their RSS feed - http://www.cbc.ca/podcasting/includes/newfoundland.xml:

====>Click to hear Only the Churchill Segment on Newfoundland and Labrador This Week

====>Listen to ENTIRE 03 Feb Newfoundland and Labrador This Week program

Please read the following letter and insist that the situation concerning the Lower Churchill River Hydroelectric Generation Project be thoroughly evaluated before proceeding: http://grandriverkeeperlabrador.org/Documents%20Filed.html

Note the following related petition:

*************** INVITATION TO SIGN ***************

The Canadian Boreal region, stretching from Yukon across the continent to Newfoundland, contains some of the world 's most intact forests and wetlands. It represents both an unprecedented conservation opportunity and a place at great risk as a frontier for extractive natural resource industries. Already much of Canada's southern Boreal has been allocated for resource development. It is increasingly clear that the window for conserving the ecological integrity of the region is limited.

Recently over 100 Ph.D. scientists from Canada, the U.S., and throughout the world signed the letter below to urge Canadian policy makers to recognize the importance of the Boreal and their responsibility for its protection.

We invite scientists to sign the letter to show the Canadian government and the world that the scientific community, as represented by hundreds of scientists, recognizes the Boreal as one of our world's last great conservation opportunities.

You can read the letter and add your name in support (scientists only please) at http://www.borealbirds.org/petition/

Sincerely,

David Schindler, Professor, University of Alberta

Jeff Wells, Senior Scientist, Boreal Songbird Initiative

Matt Carlson, Science Coordinator, Canadian Boreal Initiative

Copyright © 2006, 2007 Grand Riverkeeper, Labrador, Inc., All Rights Reserved.


























St. Clair Channel: Michigan

St. Clair Channelkeeper®
Doug Martz
38217 Cherry Lane
Harrison TWP, Michigan 48045
UNITED STATES

tel: 586.764.2443

email: channelkeeper@mindspring.com


The St. Clair Channelkeeper® is a non-profit organization dedicated to conserving, restoring and protecting the waters of the Lake Huron-Lake Erie connecting channel, including the St. Clair River, Lake St. Clair and the Detroit River. The St. Clair Channelkeeper supports legal actions to enforce U.S. and Canadian environmental laws within the channel watershed and advocates policies and programs to restore and protect the waterways of the Channel and its tributaries.

Copyright © 2006, 2007 Waterkeeper® Alliance, All Rights Reserved.























Lower Susquehanna River: Pennsylvania

Greetings from the Mighty Susquehanna!

Stewards of the Lower Susquehanna (SOLS) & The Lower Susquehanna Riverkeeper® are dedicated to improving the ecological health of the Lower Susquehanna River Watershed and the Chesapeake Bay. Current and future citizens of the Lower Susquehanna River Watershed deserve high water quality, wise and sustainable use of all aquatic resources, and preservation of aesthetic value of our waterways.

Please visit their webpage: http://LowerSusquehannaRiverkeeper.org/

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"Impacts on the River" by Lower Susquehanna Riverkeeper® Michael Helfrich

====>Click to hear "Impacts on the River"

This is a brief intro to the main problems that are affecting us on the Lower Susquehanna River, and how these problems then affect the health of the Chesapeake Bay. A few solutions are offered, but some of the problems are much too complex to share in this brief intro. More information can be found at our website. Feel free to contact us with any questions or concerns. See you on the Suskie!

Copyright © 2007 Lower Susquehanna Riverkeeper®, All Rights Reserved.










Living at the Barricades

Living at the Barricades began broadcasting in August 2007. The show is dedicated to telling stories of environmental justice. We regularly interview individuals and groups who are at the frontlines of environmental protection in their community. Past interviews include musician-activists Dave Bidini and Sarah Harmer, local environmental advocates, and a variety of scientific experts. The show is a meeting place that educates, connects local struggles, and supports the efforts of communities fighting for access to clean water. In this respect, the show is an exciting reflection of Lake Ontario Waterkeeper's® work.

Living at the Barricades aims to empower, develop, and expand a grassroots network of people committed to environmental and social justice. As such, the show features a wide-variety of passionate voices, moving environmental decision-making back into the public realm. This network includes a number of dedicated artists linked to the Waterkeeper movement. Each week features short selections from musicians, writers, poets, and more.

Living at the Barricades is recorded live each week from ThatRadio.com in Toronto, Ontario. At times, the show is recorded on location in a live, non-studio setting. For example, on September 28, 2007, a live taping of 'Living at the Barricades' took place at the General Wolfe Hotel on Wolfe Island, ON in conjunction with a concert featuring Chris Brown and the Citizen’s Band.

Current broadcast schedule: Live recording on ThatRadio.com (Toronto, ON): Wednesdays, 2:00-2:30pm. Syndicated on CFRC 101.9fm, Campus and Community Radio, www.cfrc.ca (Kingston, ON): Thursdays, 5:30-6:00pm.


Please go to their webpage: http://www.waterkeeper.ca/. Also subscribe to the podcast via their RSS feed: http://phobos.apple.com/WebObjects/MZStore.woa/wa/viewPodcast?id=267971533

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One of Lake Ontario's hardest working grassroots activists - Lynda Lukasik of Environment Hamilton - joins Mark Mattson and Krystyn Tully to discuss the Hamilton Port Authority's recent decision to develop Harris Inlet, without public consultation or an environmental screening. Also, music from Steeltown rockers, Young Rival.

Copyright © 2007, 2008 Lake Ontario Waterkeeper®, All Rights Reserved.

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This week on Living at the Barricades: threats to Canada's strongest piece of environmental legislation - the Fisheries Act. Hosts Mark Mattson and Krystyn Tully are joined by Waterkeeper Alliance President Steve Fleischli to discuss environmental rollbacks and the consequences for every waterway.

Copyright © 2007, 2008 Lake Ontario Waterkeeper®, All Rights Reserved.

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====>Right Click to Download "December 5, 2007"



This week on Living at the Barricades hosts Mark Mattson and Krystyn Tully discuss public access to waterfronts and the future of the Oshawa Harbour. We'll hear from John Gray - Mayor of Oshawa, Larry Ladd - Chair of the Oshawa Marina Users Group, and federally appointed mediator David Crombie.

Copyright © 2007, 2008 Lake Ontario Waterkeeper®, All Rights Reserved.

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====>Right Click to Download "November 20, 2007"



On today’s show, hosts Mark Mattson and Krystyn Tully discuss the backlash that occurs when individuals and groups speak out against pollution and unfair decision-making in their communities.

Copyright © 2007, 2008 Lake Ontario Waterkeeper®, All Rights Reserved.

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====>Right Click to Download "November 13, 2007"



Tuesday, November 13, Lake Ontario Waterkeeper hosted a news conference for the realease of Port Hope Community Health Concerns Committee's scientific study on nuclear contamination in the town's residents. Living at the Barricades presents a one-hour special on the nuclear legacy and current fight for environmental justice in Port Hope.

Copyright © 2007, 2008 Lake Ontario Waterkeeper®, All Rights Reserved.

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====>Right Click to Download "November 6, 2007"



This week, Living at the Barricades evaluates the state of environmental policy following Ontario's recent election. Hosts Mark Mattson and Krystyn Tully discuss the new Ontario Minister of the Environment, the Nuclear Liability Act, the impact of lobbying on environmental decision making, and more. President of renewable energy provider Bullfrog Power, Tom Heinzman, contributes his thoughts on Ontario Power Generation's announced rate hikes.

Copyright © 2007, 2008 Lake Ontario Waterkeeper®, All Rights Reserved.

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====>Right Click to Download "October 31, 2007"



This week on Living at the Barricades, Olympic medalist and Waterkeeper Alliance Trustee Karen Percy-Lowe joins the show to discuss the launch of Fraser Riverkeper. Hosts Mark Mattson and Krystyn Tully tell the story of Doug Chapman, a true trailblazer in environmental law...and the story of the Fraser River, where Chapman is taking on the role of full time advocate for the water. And, from West to East, Field Coordinator Brett Rogers talks about the growing Waterkeeper movement in Canada.

Copyright © 2007, 2008 Lake Ontario Waterkeeper®, All Rights Reserved.

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This week on Living at the Barricades hosts Mark Mattson and Krystyn Tully discuss the importance of hearings in environmental decision making and highlight key cases including the arduous path to the Lafarge Environmental Review Tribunal. LOW articling student Katie Tucker joins the show to speak about Waterkeeper's most recent submission to Ontario's Ministry of the Environment...Also, music from At the Barricades: Volume 1.

Copyright © 2007, 2008 Lake Ontario Waterkeeper®, All Rights Reserved.

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Lake Ontario Waterkeeper releases its 2007 Beach Report. Hosts Mark Mattson and Krystyn Tully discuss the state of Ontario’s beaches. The show also features an interview with Andrew McCammon of the Taylor Massey Project.

- Download the 2007 Beach Report and follow the discussion.
- Learn more about the Taylor Massey Project.

Copyright © 2007, 2008 Lake Ontario Waterkeeper®, All Rights Reserved.

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====>Right Click to Download "October 10, 2007"



Hosts of Living at the Barricades Mark Mattson and Krystyn Tully bring to life the Clean Water Primer #2 and speak about the value of and threat to Federal environmental laws and tools in Canada.

- Download the Clean Water Primer #2 and follow the discussion.

Copyright © 2007, 2008 Lake Ontario Waterkeeper®, All Rights Reserved.

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====>Right Click to Download "September 28, 2007"



A special live taping of Living at the Barricades from the General Wolfe Hotel on Wolfe Island. Peggy Mattson and Sarah McDermott of Wolfe Island Residents for the Environment (WIRE) join Mark and Krystyn for a lively discussion of the proposed wind project on Wolfe Island - with a beautiful, live performance of 'Superior' by Chris Brown and Tony Scherr.

Copyright © 2007, 2008 Lake Ontario Waterkeeper®, All Rights Reserved.

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====>Right Click to Download "September 26, 2007"



This week on Living at the Barricades Sarah Harmer speaks with hosts Mark Mattson and Krystyn Tully about Protection of Escarpment Rural Land (PERL)'s 'I Love the Escarpment Too’ and challenging the Nelson Aggregates quarry operating on the Niagara Escarpment - Mark and Krystyn highlight the busy week of art and activism beginning with Chris Brown’s residency at the Dakota Tavern in Toronto.

Copyright © 2007, 2008 Lake Ontario Waterkeeper®, All Rights Reserved.

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====>Right Click to Download "September 12, 2007"



A review of the Lafarge tire-burning tribunal with Kelly Hineman of the Loyalist Environmental Coalition. Also, Living at the Barricades catches up with Canadian Field Coordinator Brett Rogers

Copyright © 2007, 2008 Lake Ontario Waterkeeper®, All Rights Reserved.

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====>Right Click to Download "September 5, 2007"



This week on Living at the Barricades host Mark Mattson and producer Avi Grand speak with Larry Ladd of the Oshawa Marina User’s Group about the fight for public access to the Oshawa Harbourfront.

Copyright © 2007, 2008 Lake Ontario Waterkeeper®, All Rights Reserved.

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====>Right Click to Download "August 29, 2007"



An interview with Daniel LeBlanc, founder of Petitocodiac Riverkeeper about the need to restore free-flow to the world's second largest tidal river. And, a discussion of Ontario’s energy plan, the legacy of nuclear power, and more.

Copyright © 2007, 2008 Lake Ontario Waterkeeper®, All Rights Reserved.

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====>Right Click to Download "August 19, 2007"



Living at the Barricades celebrates the release of At the Barricades: Volume 1. Dave Bidini visits the Toronto studio and speaks with Mark and Krystyn about his contribution to the album, the role of music in building community and reflecting ideas and truths, and his deep roots in the Waterkeeper movement...And, At the Barricades songs from Broken Social Scene, Dave Bidini, and Tony Scherr.

Copyright © 2007, 2008 Lake Ontario Waterkeeper®, All Rights Reserved.

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====>Right Click to Download "Inaugural"



Host Mark Mattson and producer Avi Grand introduce the inaugural Living at the Barricades. Plus, an update on the state of the Kingston’s Belle Park landfill and the contamination of Spencer Creek in Hamilton. The show’s first interview is with Scott Edwards, the informant in a private prosecution against DTE Energy.

Copyright © 2007, 2008 Lake Ontario Waterkeeper®, All Rights Reserved.

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