You are invited to CRISIS ON THE COLUMBIA, an Earth Day Forum on the Future of the Columbia River, on Saturday, April 23, at the Warrenton Community Center, 170 SW 3rd, Warrenton, Oregon.
Speakers include Mike Buettner of Eureka LNG Watch. Mike was insturmental in keeping Calpine Corporation from siting a Liquified Natural Gas terminal on Humboldt Bay, California. Also speaking will be Julian Darley, founder of the Post-Carbon Institute, Vancouver, British Columbia,and author of HIGH NOON FOR NATURAL GAS, Paul Koberstein, editor of Cascadia Times of Portland, Dan Serres of Friends of Living Oregon Waters in Grant's Pass, and Peter Huhtala of Pacific Marine Conservation Council in Astoria.
CRISIS ON THE COLUMBIA Forum aims to empower those who are working in local groups to resist the incursion of transnational corporations into Cascadia communities.
CRISIS ON THE COLUMBIA is sponsored by RiverVsion, People for Responsible Prosperity, and McKenzie Gathering Foundation. Suggested donation $25., includes lunch, but no one turned away for lack of funds.
Bird and plant walk at 8 AM Sunday, April 24, starting at CarruthersPark parking lot in Warrenton, to the Warrenton Nature trail, one of the best birding spots in Oregon, and one of the prosed LNG termianl sites.
KITKA, women's a cappella singing group from Berkeely, singing at The River Theater in Astoria Sunday evening, 7:30.
Go to www.columbiarivervision.org, or call 503-325-1935 for more information.