In addition to attending the rally, your calls, letters and emails are still needed.
Please take action today!
You can send a free, instant fax from the Siskiyou Project website:www.siskiyou.org It's a fast, easy way to make a difference for the wild Siskiyou!
Tell elected official and the Forest Service:
1. Not to allow the logging of old-growth reserves in the Siskiyou before full judicial review can occur
2. Create a Siskiyou Wild Rivers National Conservation Area to protect this special part of Oregon for future generations
Senator Ron Wyden
Portland: (503) 326-7525
DC: (202) 224-5244
Rep. Peter DeFazio
Eugene: (541) 465-6732 or toll free in Oregon: 1-800-944-9603
DC: (202) 225-6416
Governor Ted Kulongoski
Linda Goodman - Regional Forester (Ore. & Wash)
Phone: (503) 808-2200
Scott Conroy - Rogue/Siskiyou National Forest Supervisor
Phone: (541) 858-2210
Capitol (DC) Switchboard
Ask for a specific member of Congress
While 37 million board feet of legacy trees have already been logged as part of the Biscuit logging project, thousands of acres of sensitive old-growth reserves are suddenly and imminently threatened by the Fiddler, Steed, Berry, Wafer, Hobson, Lazy, and Briggs Six logging sales. These Biscuit logging sales put the well-known Fiddler Mountain/Babyfoot Lake area in the Siskiyou National Forest at risk.
The Forest Service is trying to saw through these sales before a court case on the legality of the logging can be heard by a judge on March 22nd. If logging proceeds, it could be completed before the court decides whether the logging is legal or not.
You can send a free, instant fax to elected officials and the Forest Service, join the Siskiyou Project and get more info at: www.siskiyou.org