Rally to Protect

Post-Fire Forests & Waters

When:  Thursday, May 6, 2021 at 4:00om 
Where: Oregon State Capitol—Wilson Park (westside gazebo), 900 Court St. Salem, OR 97301
As communities across Oregon continue to rebuild after the 2020 fire season, timber corporations and ill-equipped agencies are clear-cut logging large swaths of fire-burned public lands.  Places like the Santiam Canyon, McKenzie and North Umpqua rivers have recently been transformed by rampant post-fire logging.  In a changing climate, these activities will worsen drought, make wildfire hazard more severe, and fuel climate change.  And this is only the beginning of the logging planned.

 

RALLY WITH US TO PROTECT WHAT’S LEFT!
  •      Listen to the stories of Oregonians impacted by the 2020 fire season
  •      Learn about the landscape of post-fire logging happening now
  •      Look at photography and artwork of our forests after the fires
  •      Live art-build with Roger Pete, Just Seeds Collective
  •      Professional photography of the fires by Michael Hudson and Michael Sherman

 

Our communities deserve intact landscapes and clean drinking water!
We CAN have vibrant local economies and healthy forests & watersheds.
 
Rally Covid Mutual Agreements
Please wear a mask and practice social distancing
We are asking that everyone joining this event agree to wear a mask to prevent the spread of covid variants, regardless of personal vaccination status.  We will have extra KN95s and sanitizer on hand to share.  There will also be a volunteer medic team present..

 

EVENT SPONSORS:
 
  •        Portland Rising Tide
  •        Cascadia Wildlands
  •        Blue Mountains Biodiversity Project
  •        Bark
  •        Forest Web
  •        North Coast Communities for Watershed Protection
  •        Willamette Action Collective
  •        350 Eugene
  •        Coast Range Association
  •        White Rose of Salem
  •        Sunrise PDX
  •        FUSEE

Join Forest Web on May 23rd

for our next

Forest Immersion session

Forest Web wants to facilitate ways for people to relate to Nature on a personal level.  Based on the Japanese practice of Shinrin Yoku, forest immersion allows participants to experience a mindful reconnection to the natural world.
 
Small groups will be led through a series of invitations to gain an unhurried, conscious presence in the woods.  Your guide will facilitate opportunities to experience Nature in playful, inquisitive, and open-hearted exercises, connecting you and the forest in a profound yet simple way.
 
Forest Web will be holding a series of these 3-hour sessions for groups of between 5 to 7 individuals.  These sessions will be led by Mary Grace Brogdon, LCSW.  Due COVID-19, we will be practicing social distancing and masks are required. 
 
Our next Forest Immersion will be held on Sunday, May 23rd from 11:00am until 2:00pm near Cottage Grove.
 
To register, contact us at our email address: forestweb.cg@gmail.com
 
Directions and instructions for each session will be emailed to participants upon registration.  
 
Suggested donation: $25.00
 
Note:  Attending a Forest Immersion with Mary Grace does not establish a client-counselor relationship.