Redwood Rondy June 14-18th
This years event is drawing people from up and down the west coast, including knowledgeable and skilled workshop leaders. We’ll be camped above the fog at over 4,000 ft elevation in the forests and meadows high above Redwood Creek. Weather at the site can be hot and sunny, but be prepared for cooler weather and rain. Also, there ’s a fresh cold spring at the site that provides pure water year ’round.
WEATHER UPDATE 6/12/13: The weather forecasters predict temperatures in the 30’s and 40’s at night to 50’s and 60′ during the day. Chance of showers Sunday and Monday.
Any food or financial contributions you can make will help!
The tree-sitters near Trinidad, Ca have been hearing the saws and heavy machinery as Green Diamond carries on clear-cut logging operations nearby. No news on the offer by Green Diamond VP Neal Ewald to preserve a small grove in the area, as well as officially allow public access on the heavily used hiking trail. Trinidad residents and activists have asked for much more, including at least a square mile community forest around the popular 300 foot megalith called Strawberry Rock.
Our banner drop along highway 101 got a lot of attention from people who saw it, those they talked to and in the local media. It stayed up for two days before Green Diamond had it removed. See media links below.
KMUD Radio News (Story starts at 15:52)
Also, here’s a show on KMUD radio featuring EF! Humboldt and Trinidad tree-sitter Eugene.