The Corps of Engineers’ goal is sustainable development/U.N. Agenda 21/wetlands. They claim they don’t want to leave any eco footprint on the land.
The U. S. Fish and Wildlife Service will have a public meeting for their proposed designation of the Yellowcheek Darter to the endangered species list. This affects the following five counties in Arkansas: Cleburne, Pope, Searcy, Stone and Van Buren. This covers approximately 87,000 acres directly adjacent to the habitat streams of the Yellowcheek Darter.
Agenda 21′s anchor baby is “Sustainable Development”. Sustainable Development is to “harmonize” U.S. environmental policy with U.N. directives as outlined in “Agenda 21″, compliments of Geo. H. W. Bush. Arkansas’ local Agenda 21 planning guide was published by ICLEI. As you may recall, No. Little Rock Mayor Patrick Henry Hayes has been the national president of ICLEI. (International Council for Local Environmental Initiatives…already in 70 different countries)
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