Traveling in a 40-foot biodiesel-powered bus, an energetic, creative troupe of activists, musicians and performers are traveling from Bellingham, Washington to Palo Alto, California to mobilize support for the permanent protection of the threatened Siskiyou Wild Rivers area. This world-class place in southwestern Oregon is threatened by Biscuit post-fire logging - the largest timber sale in the modern history of our national forests.
The evening shows include performance, video, slideshows and songs by veteran activist and musician Peg Millet to amuse, amaze and inspire. We will explore the special qualities of the Siskiyou Wild Rivers area, fire ecology, fire politics, and examine the controversial Biscuit post-fire logging project.
Ending with an empowering message of hope and a call to action, we guarantee you will have a good time. Bring your friends!
More information about the tour is available at www.o2collective.org. A partial listing of events is below.
April 14th, 7:00-9:00 PM
Portland State University Smith Center room 327
April 15th, 7:00-9:00 PM
Reed College - Student Union
April 20th - 7:00-9:00 PM
University of Oregon
Willamette Hall, Room 100
Other tour dates are available at: www.o2collective.org
Spread the word and bring others - this is an important (and fun!) chance to help protect the wild Siskiyou from the largest timber sale in modern history.
Siskiyou Regional Education Project
917 SW Oak, Suite 407
Portland, OR 97205
Protecting the world-class Siskiyou Wild Rivers area for future generations of all species.