Nestle Water Bottling Plant

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

http://www.oregonlive.com/environment/index.ssf/2015/11/gov_kate_brown_a...

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.

Local group files to vote on Nestlé

We have just received word that the residents of Hood River County have made history today -- a citizen ballot measure has been filed for the people to decide on the proposed Nestlé bottling plant. Today, Bark stands with the people of Cascade Locks as they determine their community’s future.

Oxbow Bark Field Trip: Meet the spring Nestlé wants to privatize!

Bark Field Trip to Oxbow public springs which Nestlé is proposing to tap as a source for a bottled water plant in Cascade Locks. Meet ups in Portland and Cascade Locks!

Oregonian: Anti-Nestle protestors decry state's role in proposed bottled water plant

Rush hour across the Hawthorne Bridge Thursday morning was an unusually rowdy affair, about 150 demonstrators gathered at the bridge's eastern approach to decry the state's plan to let Nestlé bottle and sell water from a Columbia River Gorge spring.

Bark Alert: Join Nestle action tomorrow and updates

Hundreds are organizing for a mass protest in Portland tomorrow. We need you to be there.

Take Action Now to Stop Nestle

Kate Brown allows a fast-track Nestlé application to move ahead on Friday afternoon, opening the door for Nestlé's proposed bottling plant.

Please welcome Governor Brown

Will Governor Kate Brown, sworn in yesterday, allow the State-Nestlé partnership to continue?

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.

August Bark Alert: Nestlé, edible plants, and more

Dear Barker, The Travel Analysis Process, or TAP, is set to begin in Mt. Hood National Forest this month. It may sound boring but it will determine the future of how, and maybe if, you get to your favorite trail, campground, or fishing hole for decades to come.

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