#GivingTuesday Nestle Victory Celebration

Join the Bark community on Tuesday, November 28th from 5-8pm for an evening of celebration, storytelling and community joyfulness!

No Nestlé in the Gorge!

Join us for free beer, pizza and updates on our winning campaign!

Portland Happy Hour: Stand Up to Nestlé!

Please join sponsors the Local Water Alliance, Food & Water Watch, Bark, the Wanapum Fishing People and CRAG at the Lucky Lab to learn more and support the grassroots campaign that could make Hood River County the first in the country to prohibit commercial bottled water production!

Special Alert: Governor Brown Agrees That Public Should Be Heard on Concerns About Nestlé

After years of pressure and thousands of people taking action to defend public water, yesterday we received news that Governor Kate Brown told the Oregon Department of Fish & Wildlife to withdraw the application to transfer a state-owned water right that would have enabled Nestlé to build their water bottling plant.

Oregonian: Gov. Kate Brown asks for new approach to Nestle water deal

by Kelly House | The Oregonian/OregonLive

Oregon Gov. Kate Brown has asked the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife to abandon its current strategy to enable Nestle bottled water plant in Cascade Locks in favor of an approach that allows more public input.

Submit your comment to OWRD today!

Allowing this state agency to open the doors to a Nestlé bottling plant not only sets a bad precedent, but this decision would lead to a wasteful and potentially unsustainable use of a public resource.

Bottled water wars: Nestle's latest move in Cascade Locks sparks outcry from opponents

The water that gushes from Oxbow Springs is undeniably pristine, but no more so than the stuff that pours from Cascade Locks residents’ taps.

Bark Alert: 5 ways you can stop Nestle!

The water remains in our hands--with the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife. But this is not a done deal. In spite of overwhelming public opposition, the process is about to advance again! Please take one or all of these actions right now to stop Nestlé from receiving an unprecedented exchange of state-owned water and permits for its first Pacific Northwest water bottling plant…