Action Directory - You can help save our Environment
It is us, the younger generations, that hold the vision and have
the energy to make a difference. This is the time in your life
to explore your world as well as your freedom and independence.
Your participation in direct action is essential to your life
experience and to the future of the earth. We can save a forest.
We can save a river. We can save a community.
prepare for your journey into the world of activism, you need
to open your mind and your soul. All of these campaigns are at
times emotionally, physically and intellectually intense and
challenging. You will learn along the way, but it is to everyone's
advantage if you personally learn as much as you can about a
campaign before you come. Your journey will inevitably be a very
unique and empowering experience. Please have respect for cultural
values and a diversity of perspectives. To ensure democracy,
most of the campaigns 'advertised' in this directory work by
the consensus process. Your voice will always be heard and your
personal freedom and independence respected.
Join hands with fellow passionate
people and break the chains that prevent justice, freedom and
equality. To fully respect all life is to deliberately act in
defense of ecological and cultural diversity and integrity.
journey begins now.
directory includes only a few of the worthwhile campaigns to
preserve ecological and cultural diversity. The purpose of this
directory is to give you the contacts you need to find beautiful
people, in beautiful places, moving in beautiful ways, so that
you too can contribute to positive change.
Earth and all of her life beings need you NOW!
Calendar-Specific Dates to Come
Take a step towards discovering the amazing support network and
community of activists by spending your summer at a direct action
Zero-cut meeting in Eugene
March call (541) 343-7305
Test Site - Healing Global Wounds
April call (702) 647-3095
Corporate Dominance - National Day of Action
May Day call (512) 478-7666
Memorial Day Weekend, May call (541) 343-7305
forest gathering in North Carolina
May call (812) 337-8898
Rockies Week @Cove-Mallard Idaho
August call (208) 882-9755
rally to save the Redwoods
Mid-September call (707) 825-8911
forest defense gathering
September call (814) 226-4918
Denotes Base Camp opportunity. Denotes
possible Base Camp - please call.
Rockies Week - August
The largest, roadless, wildland left in the lower 48 is being
clear-cut. Old growth forests + endangered
species + pristine
watersheds + essential
biological corridor + campfires
and stars + vegan
food + low impact
living + minimum
funds + minimum
experience needed + base camp
activist support community + and action!
will occur spontaneously and perpetually until the logging ends.
Extensive non-violence preps + backwoods
workshops + natural
history lessons + campaign
history + legal
briefings + ecological
and video monitoring + wide spectrum
of activist skills learned
PO Box 8968
Moscow, Idaho 83843
tel: (208) 882-9755
fax: (208) 883-0727
Rockies Preservation Project)
PO Box 625, Boise, Idaho 83701
(208) 345-8077, e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
for the Wild Rockies
PO Box 8731, Missoula, Montana 59807
San Luis - Taylor Ranch
Help shut down the largest private timber sale in the nation
and save the Chicano culture and their mountains. Extremely welcoming
to new people and energy.
Ancient Forest Rescue
PO Box 762, San Luis, Colorado 81152
Allegheny Defense Project
PO Box 245, Clarion PA 16214
(814) 226-4918 , e-mail: email@example.com
Cascadia Forest Defenders
PO Box 11122, Eugene, Oregon 97440
Headwaters Forest Defenders
PO Box 28, Arcata, California 95518
Heartwood Midwest National Forests
PO Box 1424, Bloomington, Indiana 47402
(821) 337-8898 http://www.heartwood.org/
Save the Wolf River and the Chippewa community.
Stop the Exxon Mine.
Midwest Headwaters EF!
731 State St., Madison, Wisconsin 53711
(608) 255-8765 or (608) 250-8378
Help prevent the federal government and Peabody Coal from relocating
one of the last indigenous peoples, the Dineh, onto land contaminated
with uranium. Emotionally intense and culturally sensitive. No
substances, just respect.
Sovereign Dineh Nation - Dineh Alliance
Louise Benally, President
PO Box 1042, Hot et villa, Arizona 86030
(520) 607-1449 or (505) 371-5551
Nevada Test Site - Western Shoshone
Stop nuclear/weapons testing and help bring the Western Shoshone
people to justice.
5007 Elmhurst Lane
Las Vegas, Nevada 89103
(702) 647-3095 , e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Action at sea! to protect our
Sea Shepherd Conservation Society
PO Box 628, Venice, California 90294
(310) 301-7325 (fax)(310) 574-3161
the BISON of Yellowstone
Only you can prevent the senseless slaughter of the bison at
Yellowstone National Park. Support especially
needed over winter/camp months.
Rosalie Little Thunder or Michael Mease
PO Box 242, Gardiner, Montana 59030-0242
(406) 848-9867 e-mail: email@example.com
PO Box 1415, Eugene, Oregon 97440
(541) 344-8004 fax(541) 344-7688
Please contact the Journal for copies of the Direct Action
Earth First! Web Page:
Training camps for non-violent direct action
Wild or Die
2425 B Channing Way, Box 204
Sather Gate Mall, Berkeley, CA 94704
Wetlands Preserve - NYC Headquarters
Pg2 | Pg3
| Pg4 | Pg5
161 Hudson St, NY, NY 10013
(212) 966-5244 fax (212) 925-8715
Meetings every Tuesday at 7pm
Denotes Base Camp opportunity.
Denotes possible Base Camp - please call.
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To Cove/Mallard base camp in Idaho
traveling from the NORTH, WEST or SOUTH, you will eventually
end up on US 95 and arrive in Grangeville, Idaho. Turn off of
US 95, follow the signs that say to Elk City which lead through
the center of Grangeville, and head north through town. About
300 yards past the Maverick Gas Station (on your right), at the
north end of town, turn right on State Highway 13. (NOTE: Grangeville
is the last place you can get gas, as Elk City doesn't serve
environmentalists) Just before you turn off on this road, you
can see the Nez Perce National Forest Supervisor's office just
ahead on your left. Continue on the main road one mile. Follow
the main road around a 90-degree bend (to the left) at the abandoned
drive-in theater. Don't continue straight or you will end up
at a ski resort. Follow this road (about eight miles) until it
merges with State Highway 14, where you will turn/merge east.
From here the directions are the same regardless of where you
are coming from. When traveling from the EAST, travel
west on US Highway 12 until Kooskia. Turn south on Idaho State
here go about 40 miles (about 60 miles, if going from Kooskia),
until you reach the giant timber mill (Shearer Lumber, the corporation
cutting the heart out of Cove/Mallard). Here the road forks.
Take the right fork (Forest Service road 222) toward Red River
(don't continue on Highway 14 to Elk City). Continue on this
road for about 15 miles, till you reach the Red River Ranger
Station. Just before the station, the road forks. Take the right
fork (don't continue on the road toward Red River Hot Springs),
which is still Forest Service road 222, and go past the Ranger
Station (Last chance pay phone!). Continue up this road for about
17 miles to Dixie Summit where it turns to gravel. At this junction
turn right and travel to the town of Dixie. The town of Dixie
is rather long (about one and one half miles), pass through the
center of town and continue past the cemetery. At a place called
the Govens turn left (road 222D) and continue up the road for
about 4 miles. This is a rough road, do not take any forks even
if those forks look like better roads. They lead to private land.
You will pass two signs pointing out trails, spaced at about
mile intervals. After the last sign (pointing to a turnoff to
the right leading to the comstock mines) continue about 1/4 miles.
You will see a steep rough road going off to the left with a
sign notifying you to continue to the other entrance. Continue
past the signs and follow the directional signs that lead to
the base camp parking lot.
and Mallard are the names of two adjacent inventoried roadless
areas in central Idaho. Central Idaho is largest contiguous forested
area in the lower 48 states - the last vestige of truly wild
lands with the greatest diversity of species in the the northern
Rocky Mountains. The region is home to the endangered grey wolf,
black bear, lynx,wolverine, bald eagles, and chinook salmon and
bull trout, recently placed on the Endangered Species List.
in the Forest is a Direct Action Environmental Directory for
people who are interested in saving our wildlife and natural
resources. Opportunities are described where YOU can make a difference.
Help save our environment - a forest, a river, a community -
our Earth. Base camps are located in the United States of America.
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