About Waterfront Sportsman and The EIC

Waterfront Sportsman is committed to all types of waterfront activities for all sportsmen, enthusiasts, and conservationists. As our populations increase, all water sources are threatened. A moderate  balance is needed in ensure that policies are created to be inclusive and not exclusive. There are strong movements by extreme environmentalists on one side and overdevelopment on the other. They join forces to create an overabundance of policies that fuels an elitist, overcomplicated, impossible to administer, environmentalist development machine with overpriced engineering. This combination is slowly pricing many people out of the recreation equation.

We are committed to protecting water quality and promoting quality of life by moderate environmental
policies that will support water activities and enable use and access to all sportsman and enthusiasts. We feel that this commitment by Waterfront Sportsman will serve as a unifying presence in the outdoor marketplace. Our commitment will merge a broad array of waterfront interests and serve to educate the general public as to the importance of working with our environment!

The Environmental Investigation Coalition (EIC) along with the Environmental Jobs Task Force and Toxic Asset Recovery Team evolved out of the Waterfront Sportsman Movement for raising public awareness on water quality and quality of life issues.

The EIC was organized to analyze the scope of environmental issues and corruption in southeast US. The Toxic Asset Recovery Team will serve as a consulting group to legislators, municipalities, lenders, bankruptcy trustees, developers, land owners, and Home Owners Associations to protect and improve property values and tax bases. The Environmental Jobs Task Force will be working on job creation through environmental solutions utilizing true science.

**Note: http://www.daleswiggett.com has been wiped out; not by him, his assistant, nor his webmaster. This is not the 1st time this has happened.**

 

 

 

8 responses to this post.

  1. Thx to Ms. A for setting this up for a very important subject that several groups are tackling at different angles!

    Dale Swiggett was just an average guy, successful textiles wholesaler and retailer, who became a developer and fell down Alices’ Rabbit Hole. One of his development projects in Pamlico County encountered a sudden rise in impact fees, thus this caused Dale to ask 2 questions. They never adequately answered his 2 questions, which led to more and then he discovered too late he’d flipped the lid off of Pandora’s Box.

    To make a long story short, this man made a CHOICE and bucked the status quo. This involves big business, lawyers, all levels of public service, and lobbyists. He started blowing a whistle but had to create his own platform since the major media wouldn’t do their jobs correctly. So, he started Waterfront Sportsman.

    Out of that came the Environmental Investigation Coalition. This was a whole separate group of professionals, legal, medical, academia, etc who now compromise a bipartisan force dealing w/ a non-partisan issue….WATER. Don’t care who you are, who your folks might be, where you went to school, what your party line or religion is. If you’re doing wrong, we call you up onto the table.

    Dale is an entrepreneur and is used to fixing problems. It is easy to be a critic but hard to be creative. So, he went out and collected a whole other group of like-minded individuals to comprise the R. Horace Swiggett Institute of Environmental Politics. We want to properly educate folks as to proper earth sciences and how to use some common sense (not greed or power) with our environment.

    This coming weekend, 15-16th, is Armed Forces Day. Cherry Point is having an Air Show. New Bern is hosting Bike Week since Myrtle Beach kicked annual event off their social calendars. And after jumping up-n-down for more than a yr, Dale finally got the satisfaction of hearing that the health study on Camp Lejeune’s toxic water is now in the trash can and US govmt is now ‘taking another look at the data.’

    Please visit our website http://www.waterfrontsportsman.com to read more on water quality issues, the Redneck Environmentalist, and the upcoming Bike Rally/Ride info.

    It’s one thing for our tax $$ to be wasted, that is nothing new. But it’s not right when people start getting sick and/or dying from toxic contaminants. Thx for caring…..

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  2. Sewergate is the catch-all phrase involving toxic water, polluters, cheap land coupled with cheap politicians, sludge, toxic assets and mining operations.

    This is one of our forums but you can now go to our new website http://www.waterfrontsportsman.biz to see what Dale Swiggett, aka the Redneck Environmentalist, and his crew of academe, legal, medical, engineering, and other specialized field professionals have been up to.

    Subscribe to our e-zine newsletter. Buy a bumper sticker. If you’re a harmed party, please contact us and then your elected representatives. They all know us well.

    Health care reform needs to start off by dealing with our toxic water issues. It’s just common sense.

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  3. Posted by Jane on August 13, 2010 at 4:10 pm

    I find it disturbing that when I try to go to the website, it’s non-existent. Can you explain?

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    • Posted by ajomi on August 13, 2010 at 6:04 pm

      I’m sorry you’re disturbed by our website being under reconstruction. We are using this blog and Facebook (search Waterfront Sportsman) until it is complete. Thanks for reading! Our newsletter will be back soon!

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    • Posted by Renee on August 27, 2010 at 3:12 am

      Hello Jane….If you will email me your direct email address, I’ll be more than happy to send you a few of our back issues of Waterfront Sportsman internet magazine. Currently, we’re gathering content for a Fall issue since so many of our readers have asked us to publish one prior to this fall’s upcoming election.

      Thx….Renee

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  4. Posted by Paul Mohler Sr. on May 15, 2011 at 4:47 pm

    I find your articles about conservation interesting.I my self have big concerns about whats happening with our enviorment,and wish to get involved.I have read a few of your recent articles and things seem to be getting somewhat worse.Any information that you share would be great.Also the Waterfront Sportsman magazine is good read for my older kids,they seem to be woried about their future,and older issues that we haven’t received would be great. thanks. your freind Paul

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    • Posted by ajomi on May 24, 2011 at 1:45 pm

      Paul,

      Thank you for reading and I’m glad you’re educating your children about the environment! Here is the link to get the back issues of Waterfront Sportsman and also get in touch with other members of the organization: http://www.daleswiggett.com/

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  5. Posted by wilton on December 13, 2011 at 4:26 am

    Wow what a bunch of crap. Hey dale r u paying your bills now. Why don’t u tell everyone how many times u have been sued for not paying your bills. Or how bad of a job u did raising your kids . Lol.

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