Category Archives: Ecology

The Green Movement Wants to Control Your Property and You

What if the “green” movement isn’t saving the earth, but instead is enslaving humanity? BLUE is more than a film, it’s an idea. Ideas have the power to change the way we think, begin movements, and even change the world. … Continue reading

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The Ordinance You Didn’t Notice!

The presence of prairie dogs inside the city limits of Clovis has been determined by the City to be a disease carrying threat to the population.   An ordinance was passed allowing the city to mandate that property owners rid their property of … Continue reading

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A Rose (or an MOU), by any other name, still has thorns!

What can you do to get something passed when the public doesn’t like it? Call it something else and move quickly!  The Cannon AFB MOU (Memorandum of Understanding)  has not been able to pass the LGMC (Local Growth Management Committee) because … Continue reading

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Water for the Ogallala from a Real Playa – Goodwin Lake

More than a retention pond, Goodwin Lake, now the site of Goodwin Lake Trails, is a playa lake,  a valuable wetlands ecosystem.  Playas are temporary, closed-basin wetlands (specialized clay bottom areas) that are important recharge zones for the Ogallala Aquifer. … Continue reading

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