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No, No…GMO protest

May 23rd, 2015 | Posted by Occupy The Roads in Colorado | Monsanto Rally | Pueblo | Rally - (Comments Off on No, No…GMO protest)

It was a fantastic day to spread the news about Monsanto and let shoppers know what’s really up with their food. Some of course have no interest…even though they have no idea what your talking about, protesting and don’t care to know. But, those that honked, listened and cared were plentiful. Every year we reach more people to help the cause and this was no exception. (more…)

Back with renewed vigor after a short family break.

August 24th, 2014 | Posted by Occupy The Roads in Bishops Castle - (Comments Off on Back with renewed vigor after a short family break.)

Today we decided to take up the offer Noemi put forward and go to visit Bishop’s castle which is in the mountains about 40 min. s/w from Pueblo. We decided to leave the overwhelming demands and world sadness behind to go find an adventure, and that we did. With the RV stocked up, we went to meet a long time anarchist who’s father (or grandfather) built the castle over 50 yrs ago. It’s had additions over the years and become quite a tourist attraction, equipped with a very cool gift shop with handmade crafted items. My camera was acting up and wouldn’t take more than 2 frames before freezing. It started acting up Thursday night when we went to the Scott Tipton (CO R-Rep) town hall meeting (straight from the airport and that’s another story of its own). Perhaps I smoked it while in Canada taking too many pics . Well it’s retired itself today. And all of you who know me can imagine how devastated I am right now. No pictures turned out but thankfully I had back ups with my phone camera so I could share this awesome experience. Tomorrow is another day and I will tackle it with vim & vigor or….just paint the heck out of something!  (Janet W) (more…)

Toxic chemicals released into CO waterways

June 27th, 2014 | Posted by Occupy The Roads in Colorado | Fort Collins | Greeley | Poudre River - (Comments Off on Toxic chemicals released into CO waterways)

849,610 pounds of toxic chemicals released into Colorado waterways

Industrial polluters released 849,610 pounds of toxic chemicals into Colorado waterways in 2012, according to a report drawn from federal data.

The most prevalent chemical — nitrates — causes algae growth that leads to dead zones in rivers and streams.

 

Toxic chemicals released – see article here