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Save The Olympic Peninsula STOP General Meeting May 15, 2017 Scroll through the video slides to the right for the complete program, featuring Maria Mudd Ruth, author of Rare Bird, Pursuing the Mystery of the Marbled Murrelet.
 EPA Faults Navy's Study Coupeville, WA -‐-‐-‐ “The US EPA has identified disturbing inadequacies in their review of the Navy’s Draft Environmental Impact Statement (DEIS) for an expanded EA-‐18G Growler training mission at NASWI“, stated Maryon Attwood, President of Citizens of Ebey’s Reserve (COER). The EPA in a March 8th comment letter to the Navy gave the DEIS an EC-‐2 rating, or Environmental Concerns with insufficient information.” Read more here Read the EPA's letter to the Navy here
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Find out more about Maria Mudd Ruth and the Marbled Murrelet by clicking on "rare bird"
On November 29, 2016, the Forest Service issued a "Draft Decision Notice" to approve a special use permit allowing the Navy to install mobile electronic emitters within the Olympic National Forest as part of the Navy's electronic warfare range training activities on the Olympic Peninsula. The comment period ended on January 13. To read the comments that were submitted click the button.