The Oregon Water Resources Department is considering an application that would effectively allow Nestlé to access water coming out of Mt. Hood National Forest and bottle it. This is another significant step forward in Nestlé’s plan to profit off of Oregon’s clean drinking water sources in the town of Cascade Locks in the Columbia River Gorge. The Oregon Water Resources Department has the power to deny this application and could effectively shut down Nestlé’s plan’s to bottle Oregon’s water. They are accepting public comments now. Please take action by June 30th by using this action tool. Click here to send a message to the Director telling them Oregonians don’t want Nestlé profiting from our water!
Monthly Archives: June 2011