Here is a link to a post by Sara Hall, blogger of The Daily Herb, on how Agenda 21 has infiltrated her small town, Bonners Ferry, in Idaho. As with Kootenai County, the Comprehensive Land Use Plan was one method used to attempt implementation of Agenda 21 goals. She also provides several resources to learn more about regionalism.
Her future posts on this subject will added as they become available. It is good to know that other Idahoans are taking a close look at how their community is being affected by Agenda 21. Have you taken a look at your local community?
Update to 2nd post
Here is the link to the 2nd post by Sara Hall on Bonners Ferry and their encounter with Agenda 21. The scam is the same as the one that occurred in Kootenai County, and which Emmett recently escaped from Smart Growth America. The "visioning" meeting is not for public input but rather to lead individuals into thinking what a utopia would be achieved if only we saved the earth, all the while taking our land away from us. Sara nicely lays out the enmeshed relationship between our federal government and non-profits that belong to the UN and push Agenda 21 objectives. We will look forward to her 3rd post on this subject.
3rd post on Governor Otter's plan to sell out Idaho
This third link provides an excellent description on how our current Governor Otter is selling Idaho down the road by working with others to lock up our land for our use and contribute to the Agenda 21 goal of pushing us off our land into human settlements. The post states the WGA Wildlife Corridors Initiative Report isn't available but it can be read here.
4th post on Conservation Easements
Once again, Sara Hall, Daily Herb blogger, has written an excellent article with a well laid out explanation on the dangers of conservation easements. The root of conservation easements is embedded in the UN and their NGOs such as the Nature Conservancy. It is the UN working to erode our private property rights in the United States and making a profit from our tax dollars by selling our land to the federal government. For more information about how conservation easements are taking land away from Idahoans, and how the Nature Conservancy is involved, look for posts under private property titled Conservation Easements.