Press release: FLAGSTAFF, AZ — On Friday, November 28, 2014, more than 50 people rallied and marched as Arizona Snowbowl ski area opened with snow made from 100% treated sewage on the sacred San Francisco Peaks. With no natural snowfall, Snowbowl had a mere 3 out of 40 ski runs open. People came from Prescott
Arizona Snowbowl’s new owner plans on opening the controversial ski area on November 28, 2014. We will be there to let the new owner know that we respect the environment, Indigenous cultures, and public health! Join us! Friday, November 28, 2014 MEET AT FLAGSTAFF CITY HALL! (corner of Rt 66 and N. Humprhey’s St., other
More information here: Investor buys Arizona Snowbowl near Flagstaff: http://www.azcentral.com/story/money/business/2014/10/30/investor-buys-arizona-snowbowl-near-flagstaff/18206603/ Arizona Snowbowl sells to Colo. businessman: http://azdailysun.com/news/local/arizona-snowbowl-sells-to-colo-businessman/article_64ef4eb1-0762-5f78-89e4-8870b8ab4fcb.html More info coming soon!
Waste Water from Mari Cleven on Vimeo. For Immediate Release August 9, 2014 Contact: Klee Benally firstname.lastname@example.org www.protectthepeaks.org Flagstaff Commits 3.6 Billion Gallons of Treated Sewage for Snowmaking on Sacred Mountain City of Administrator Shuts Public Out of Controversial Decision FLAGSTAFF, AZ — City of Flagstaff Utility Director Brad Hill single-handedly authorized a controversial
Spread the word! Help us print these flyers and ask local businesses to post them in their windows! Facebook Event: https://www.facebook.com/events/664364090289088/ DON’T DEW DOWNTOWN! On February 8 and 9, 2014 the Dew Downtown Flagstaff Urban Ski and Snowboard Festival, an unsustainable and irresponsible use of Flagstaff’s precious drinking water, will be forced upon downtown Flagstaff.
Daily Sun: Court greenlights Hopi challenge against Flagstaff’s sale of reclaimed wastewater to Snowbowl
From the Arizona Daily Sun: (Wed. Jan 8, 2014) The Hopi Tribe can proceed with its legal bid to halt snowmaking with reclaimed wastewater on the San Francisco Peaks after the Arizona Supreme Court sided with it Tuesday. In a procedural victory, the tribe has won the right to proceed with its lawsuit against the
What: Protest Arizona Snowbowl’s opening day. Why: The mountain, water, and all life forms are precious. We will keeping standing for human rights and environmental justice until they STOP making snow with treated sewage effluent. Come stand together against Snowbowel’s dirty snow! When: Opening Day, starting at 9am Nov. 29th (unless opening changes) Where: TWO
From the AP: FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. (AP) – The Hopi Tribe has won a round in its bid to stop Flagstaff from selling reclaimed wastewater to Arizona Snowbowl. On Thursday, the Arizona Court of Appeals overturned a 2011 ruling by a former Coconino County Superior Court judge. The Arizona Daily Sun reports that clears the way
Event: “What’s in Your Water?” a collaboration of artwork with a social commentary about treated wastewater in Flagstaff
Where: Visible Difference, 116 S Beaver Street, Flagstaff When: First Friday Artwalk, April 5 from 6 p.m. until 9 p.m. Exhibit through May. Vote: Two “People’s Choice Awards” determined during artwalk will be entered into the Coconino Center for the Art’s 11th Annual Recycled Arts Exhibition from April 16 to May 25, 2013. The remaining
News Release: Peaks Defenders Targeted with Federal Charges Coerced into Collateral Forfeiture Agreement
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE March 1, 2013 Peaks Defenders Targeted with Federal Charges Coerced into Collateral Forfeiture Agreement Flagstaff Couple Felt ‘Forced’ when Threatened with Additional Charges FLAGSTAFF, AZ –Despite wanting to legally fight the charges brought on them by the Coconino County Forest Service, James Anders and Dawn Dyer state that coercion and underhanded tactics