Save The Peaks Coalition
Date: 12/11/2007 Album ID: 389358
Photos by Raul Roa
The Saves the Peaks Coalition is a group made up of American Indian tribes representatives, environmental groups and local organizations marched from All Saints Church in Pasadena to the Pasadena Federal Appeals Court.
The Saves the Peaks Coalition, a group made up of American Indian tribes representatives, environmental groups and local organizations marched from All Saints Church in Pasadena to the Pasadena Federal Appeals Court on Tuesday December 11, 2007, in support of a legal battle to prevent sewage effluent for snowmaking in proposed ski area development on Arizona's San Francisco Peaks.  The group marched some two miles to the courthouse for the hearing against the United States Forest Service. (SGVN/Staff Photo by Raul Roa/SXCity)
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The Saves the Peaks Coalition, a group made up of American Indian tribes representatives, environmental groups and local organizations marched from All Saints Church in Pasadena to the Pasadena Federal Appeals Court on Tuesday December 11, 2007, in support of a legal battle to prevent sewage effluent for snowmaking in proposed ski area development on Arizona's San Francisco Peaks.  The group marched some two miles to the courthouse for the hearing against the United States Forest Service. (SGVN/Staff Photo by Raul Roa/SXCity)
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The Saves the Peaks Coalition, a group made up of American Indian tribes representatives, environmental groups and local organizations marched from All Saints Church in Pasadena to the Pasadena Federal Appeals Court on Tuesday December 11, 2007, in support of a legal battle to prevent sewage effluent for snowmaking in proposed ski area development on Arizona's San Francisco Peaks.  The group marched some two miles to the courthouse for the hearing against the United States Forest Service. (SGVN/Staff Photo by Raul Roa/SXCity)
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The Saves the Peaks Coalition, a group made up of American Indian tribes representatives, environmental groups and local organizations prepares to march from All Saints Church in Pasadena to the Pasadena Federal Appeals Court on Tuesday December 11, 2007, in support of a legal battle to prevent sewage effluent for snowmaking in proposed ski area development on Arizona's San Francisco Peaks.  The group marched some two miles to the courthouse for the hearing against the United States Forest Service. (SGVN/Staff Photo by Raul Roa/SXCity)
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Native American Indian dancers, along with Saves the Peaks Coalition, marched from All Saints Church in Pasadena, past City Hall, and to the Pasadena Federal Appeals Court on Tuesday December 11, 2007, in support of a legal battle to prevent sewage effluent for snowmaking in proposed ski area development on Arizona's San Francisco Peaks.  The group marched some two miles to the courthouse for the hearing against the United States Forest Service. (SGVN/Staff Photo by Raul Roa/SXCity)
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The Saves the Peaks Coalition, a group made up of American Indian tribes representatives, environmental groups and local organizations marched from All Saints Church in Pasadena, down Colorado Blvd. and to the Pasadena Federal Appeals Court on Tuesday December 11, 2007, in support of a legal battle to prevent sewage effluent for snowmaking in proposed ski area development on Arizona's San Francisco Peaks.  The group marched some two miles to the courthouse for the hearing against the United States Forest Service. (SGVN/Staff Photo by Raul Roa/SXCity)
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Many carried signs like this one with the Saves the Peaks Coalition, a group made up of American Indian tribes representatives, environmental groups and local organizations marched from All Saints Church in Pasadena to the Pasadena Federal Appeals Court on Tuesday December 11, 2007, in support of a legal battle to prevent sewage effluent for snowmaking in proposed ski area development on Arizona's San Francisco Peaks.  The group marched some two miles to the courthouse for the hearing against the United States Forest Service. (SGVN/Staff Photo by Raul Roa/SXCity)
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Many carried signs like this one as the Saves the Peaks Coalition, a group made up of American Indian tribes representatives, environmental groups and local organizations marched from All Saints Church in Pasadena to the Pasadena Federal Appeals Court on Tuesday December 11, 2007, in support of a legal battle to prevent sewage effluent for snowmaking in proposed ski area development on Arizona's San Francisco Peaks.  The group marched some two miles to the courthouse for the hearing against the United States Forest Service. (SGVN/Staff Photo by Raul Roa/SXCity)
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Many carried signs in support of Mother Nature as the Saves the Peaks Coalition, a group made up of American Indian tribes representatives, environmental groups and local organizations marched from All Saints Church in Pasadena to the Pasadena Federal Appeals Court on Tuesday December 11, 2007, in support of a legal battle to prevent sewage effluent for snowmaking in proposed ski area development on Arizona's San Francisco Peaks.  The group marched some two miles to the courthouse for the hearing against the United States Forest Service. (SGVN/Staff Photo by Raul Roa/SXCity)
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