Tag: fire retardant

Phos-Chek in Sespe Creek Draws Attention to FSEEE Lawsuit

November 24, 2022 — Alex Wilson, reporting for VC Reporter, recently covered our lawsuit against the Forest Service challenging its use of aerial fire retardant. He writes, “When environmental activist Andy Stahl heard that last month’s battle toMore

Andy Stahl Discusses Retardant Lawsuit on Public Radio

October 25, 2022 — Our fire retardant lawsuit against the Forest Service continues to attract media attention. Today, Oct. 25, Dave Miller interviewed FSEEE Executive Director Andy Stahl for Think Out Loud, a live radio program produced byMore

FSEEE Fire Retardant Lawsuit Fuels Media Coverage

October 17, 2022 — FSEEE’s recently filed lawsuit — which seeks to stop the Forest Service from polluting waterways with aerial fire retardant and force the agency to adhere to the Clean Water Act — has received aMore

FSEEE Sues Forest Service Over Fire Retardant

October 13, 2022 — Sixty days have passed since FSEEE delivered a notice of intent to file a lawsuit against the U.S. Forest Service for its use of fire retardant in violation of the Clean Water Act (CWA).More

Is Fire Retardant Effective?

June 6, 2022 — The Forest Service is supplementing its aerial fire retardant environmental impact statement that FSEEE’s lawsuits forced to be written in 2011. Those cases imposed no-drop zones around water and rare plant critical habitat. FireMore

Toxic Algae and Fire Retardant

August 24, 2021 — Authorities are looking at toxic algae as a likely cause in the mysterious deaths of a family and their dog while hiking in the Sierra National Forest. The family was reported missing when theyMore