The proponents of Agenda 21 are brilliant stategists. They know that it is hard to fight something that looks like a good idea. That is the case when you go to the Clean Ohio Fund website. Many of the things that are discussed sound great. The photos just make you feel all warm and fuzzy. Put your critical thinking hat on and use the knowledge you acquired during this course. This site is just full of Agenda 21 policies. Go to the “Green Space Conservation” tab. Then go back to Lesson 3: Wildlands Project and look at all the ways that the rural lands are being taken. The match up is not coincidental. Notice too, there is a whole tab dedicated to Farmland Preservation, which is simply another name for Conservation Easements. This is all being done with your tax dollars, and it is not going to end well: link
Clean Ohio Fund
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