Monday, April 28, 2008

Forest Defense Camp at Grizzly Creek on Friday

The Humboldt Forest Defenders Camp-out will begin Friday at Grizzly Creek Redwoods State Park. The park is located 17 miles east of Fortuna on Highway 36, between Carlotta and Bridgeville. Hwy. 36 is 20 miles south of Eureka.

Happenings: Forest Defense Skillshares - Discussions - Hikes (mellow + challenging) - Music - Story Telling - DIY Media - Swimming - Campfires - Games - Group Cookouts

We will be examining recent events in the Pacific Lumber bankruptcy and what the future may hold for the ancient forests of this region.

Free Event, please bring whatever food, funds or other supplies that you can.

Please bring your own camping gear, dishes/utensils.

contact info: (707) 502-0673

Ride sharing from the Arcata Co-op at noon. If you have a vehicle with room for riders, please stop by the Co-op market on I Street. If you need a ride meet at the Co-op kiosk.

1 comment:

Stephen said...

Will we once more see zero help from "Forest Defenders" on helping Native Americans and Palco workers save Palco from another batch of out of area, out of state, corporate super richies?

You'll talk about everything but the Heartlands project and we will both watch 200,000 acres be transfered to a Maxxam/MRC/Marathon ownership, or perhaps a plaything for the Beals addition for yet more land for Red Emmerson.

Do the right thing. Save the trees forever, transfer ownership of one third of PL back to its original stewards, and two-thirds back to Palco workers owning their own company. Help us.