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Ranches, Farms, TourismorRadioactive Waste Dump? WHO WE ARE:  Paradox Valley Sustainability Association (PVSA) is a non-profit organization of local citizens concerned about the future of the Paradox Valley, a peaceful agricultural and ranching community.  In accord with the nature of the Valley, Montrose County zoned… Read More »THE FUTURE of PARADOX VALLEY


Dear Animal Acres Members, As many of you have heard, Acton, CA, is one of the areas affected by the enormous Los AngelesForest fire. While the fire is still several miles away, we have decided to plan for the worst, and hope for the best – and… Read More »FIRE!


Please post and forward this action alert and letter regarding the Verizon Wireless Corporation’s sponsorship of an upcoming pro-mountaintop removal, anti-union rally. Here is a link to the action alert, where you can send an email to the Verizon’s Wireless Corporation’s management demanding they drop… Read More »VERIZON SPONSORS PRO-MTR RALLY


255 of Idaho’s 880 wolves are in danger of being killed before the end of the year. Another 75 of Montana’s 500 wolves are set to suffer the same fate. This is the first time in American history that any animal has been removed from… Read More »THE HUNT IS ON!!!


WASHINGTON, DC — The cosmetics industry would no longer be self-regulating and would have to disclose all product ingredients under the proposed Safe Cosmetics Act, introduced earlier this week in the U.S. House of Representatives. The bill, which would affect all kinds of personal care… Read More »SAFE COSMETICS!

beyond hope

check this out! then get on it!

bye-bye GMO’s!!!

Gene-Modified Corn Gone from Mexico, Study FindsRELATED ARTICLES WASHINGTON — The Mexican region where modern corn originated shows no traces of a genetically engineered contamination that caused an international uproar and created tension over U.S. corn imports, researchers said Monday. “If they were there, they… Read More »bye-bye GMO’s!!!

womens co-ops r cool!

A case study of Eudafano Women’s Cooperative More than half the population of Namibia (approximately 1.9million) lives inmarginalised rural communities where rainfed agriculture often results in poor yieldsand social amenities such as electricity, running water, health and schooling facilitiesare scarce or unavailable. The creation of… Read More »womens co-ops r cool!

Sacred peaks saved!

9th Circuit Court Rules to Protect Sacred Peaks Landmark Ruling Celebrated as a Victory for Religious Freedom, Environmental Justice & Cultural Survival  Flagstaff, AZ — On Monday, March 12th the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals issued its ruling to protect a mountain held holy by… Read More »Sacred peaks saved!