Learn – Share – Volunteer – Teach

Thank you to the Nuxalk First Nation and the House of Smayusta for inviting Wild Earth to their territory! 


Workshops and Discussions

Welcome to Nuxalk Territory – Elder Chief Nuximlayc
Welcome songs - K'puts
The Great Bear Rainforest and the House of Smayusta - Qwatsinas
Clayoquot Sound Logging and First Nations - Steve Lawson and Suzanne Hare
Resisting the Olympics - Dustin Johnston 
Conflict Resolution and Non-Violence Training – Zoe Blunt
Tree Climbing Safety – Chris Johnson and friends
Herbal First Aid - Garliq
Wilderness First Aid – John Hobart
First Aid for Protestors – John Hobart
Basic Survival – John Hobart
Rainforest Campaigns in Olympia – Pat Rasmussen
Swimming for Change – Renate Herberger
Group Connections and Community Building - John Andreas
Wild Women's Circle - Radish

Suggested donation: $50-$100 includes round trip transportation, free camping, meals and workshops.

Get on the bus! We are arranging rides from Victoria, Vancouver and Kamloops. RSVP! Zoeblunt@gmail.com
Forest action hotline: 250-885-8219
On the web: wildearth2008.blogspot.com.

Get involved!
Join the volunteer crew, spread the word, put up posters, help with food donations and transportation planning.

Wild Earth Camp - Volunteer opportunities for 2008
Volunteers are needed!

Outreach – email, web, benefits, fundraising, posters

Logistics – transportation, food, donations, gear

Camp support
– kitchen, first aid, security, set up, take down, clean up, fire safety.

Some of the 2007 crew will be joining us again, and we have openings for a dozen or more new volunteers. Wild Earth volunteers get valuable experience, free admission to all Wild Earth events, free transportation to the camp(s), and a letter of recommendation from the organizers. Plus, they gain strategies, skills and contacts for environmental justice that will last a lifetime.

Thanks to all our supporters! Please pass this message on to others.

Email: Zoeblunt@gmail.com