Officials Seek Stream Ordinance Input

Posted: March 7, 2010 at 6:34 a.m.

Ecologist Sarah Lewis, a member of the Fayetteville City Council, collects organisms Saturday in College Branch on the University of Arkansas campus, while conducting a portion of a streamside protection and education workshop ahead of an effort to adopt a stream-side protection ordinance in Fayetteville.

Fayetteville residents learned how their activities affect watersheds Saturday during the first of two public education sessions at the City Administration Building.

This story is only available from our archives. (the floods are coming...That is the principle of uniformitarianism in action)

How many jobs will that feel good smug superiority environmental conscientiousness create? How is that weatherization working out? Get many jobs from that?

The actual parameters of climatology will force the green valley phenomenon to fizzle. (it is kind of a shame)

Following the pied pipers to their hero fantasies is idiotic obscurantism when it encourages the burial of brilliance so that dead end favor can be given to soft reality dim wits who use sophistry to paint language based conceptions of what is rather than sensing its place in the continuing patterns.

Posted by: andyadkins

March 7, 2010 at 2:17 p.m. ( | suggest removal )