Bald Hills landowner withdraws from Fire Mountain Farms biosolids spraying contract
“The immediate threat of contaminated sewage sludge being spread between Bald Hills Road and the Nisqually River is OVER. 300 of you signed petitions, another 200+ wrote letters of protest to the Department of Ecology and over 100 supported our resistance with over $10,000 of financial contributions. This citizen activism resulted in the landowner pulling out from his contract with Fire Mountain Farms, the large waste hauler from Lewis County. Now we are working to make sure that we are not exposed to such a threat soon! Thank you SO MUCH!” By Preserve The Commons Moderator Ed Kinney. Read more
Click here to read the official letter from Yelm’s Preserve the Commons advocacy group.
Blogger Klein is a contributor to and supporter of Preserve the Commons work.