Join Beyond Toxics for a beautiful walk among the diverse woods of a sustainably-managed
forest! We will be looking into the healthy ecosystem created through
sustainable forest management and how this strategy can be used to sequester
carbon and sustain healthy air and water in the face of climate change. David
Eisler, owner of Shady Creek Forest, will lead us on a guided tour through
stands of resilient woods. Oregon forests are at serious risk from increases in
disease, drought, and wildfires due to climate change. You will hear Eisler’s
perspective on forest resiliency based on his experience managing for long term
health along with financial yield.
Register at www.beyondtoxics.org no later than July 6th at noon.
This is a family friendly event; please no dogs. People who
register will meet at Lane County Historical Museum at noon to carpool. More
details will be emailed once registered.
Beyond Toxics (541) 465-8860
A 4 hour intensive training from the Civil Liberties Defense Center, to impart knowledge and skills that will increase the security of individuals and political activist groups- a must for everyone fighting for a better world in these times. Learn about asserting your rights, the state repression our movement is facing and how to effectively combat it, as well as digital security for activists and best practices for private communications. It’s time to take yourselves seriously… don’t be organizing without these tools in your toolbelt!
Training line-up includes:
– Know Your Rights 201: The usual KYR, but expanded to include training on security culture, preparing for and combating state repression (Grand Juries, surveillance, SLAPP suits, RICO) and how to respond/what to do to protect yourself!
– How to copwatch and legal observe
– Digital Security for Activists
Come to this training and bring your friends! Let’s support each other in taking more risks and organizing in a safer, more effective way!
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Join Community Rights Lane County for a talk by Chuck Willer of the Coast Range Association on Wall Street
forest ownership, tax avoidance, and corporate forestry’s ecological
harm in light of climate change and social alternatives.
Where: Eugene Garden Club, 1645 High Street
When: Thursday, January 11th, 7pm
Free and open to the public.
Contact Community Rights Lane County
Oxbow Creek Headwaters, Oregon Coast Range