Citizens for a Clean Harbor

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Shared Waters, Shared Values

 

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The Quinault Indian Nation invites everyone to come to Hoquiam for a March on City Hall and Rally on Friday, July 8th.

Make your voice heard by joining the Quinault Indian Nation for a SHARED WATERS, SHARED VALUES march and rally in the City of Hoquiam. There is no cost to attend. You can RSVP at Stand Up To Oil‘s action link.

WHERE: Intersection of 9th and Levee in Hoquiam at public park along the river

WHO: Quinault Indian Nation leaders, fishermen, elected officials, local residents, conservationists and anyone who cares about the health of Grays Harbor.

Help greet the flotilla of traditional canoes, fishing boats and kayaks arriving from Grays Harbor to dock along the Hoquiam River to kick off the march and rally.

Everyone who lives, works and enjoys Grays Harbor and Washington’s coastal waters has a stake in keeping them safe from crude oil. From oil trains and giant tanker shipments to on-site storage of millions of gallons of crude oil, the risk of proposed oil terminals outweighs any benefits.

For more info on how proposed crude oil terminals threaten the waterways and economy of Grays Harbor click here:
http://thedailyworld.com/opinion/letters/risks-far-outweigh-any-benefit-proposed-oil-terminals-grays-harbor

Boats can enter the water at the 28th Street Landing and paddle over to the new dock at 9th Street, to come ashore at 1:30pm. !