Filed under: Anarchist Movement, Announcement, US
The Earth First! network and movement announces this years’ Earth First! Rendezvous, from July 3rd-10th.
Join us in occupied Ute land, in the Uinta Mountains of northeast Utah, this July 3 – 10 for the Earth First! Rendezvous. There will be (very cold) swimming! There will be rad workshops, trainings, and presentations–e.g., direct action, Indigenous land defense, resisting borders, grassroots media, climate change and wildfire ecology, dismantling patriarchy, basic camping and woods skills, and a shitload more. There will be action in defense of life and against the machinery of death! There will be campfires, singing, and plant walks.
As organizers of this year’s Earth First! Rendezvous,we are grateful to be able to offer travel support to POC organizers, Indigenous land defenders, and other folks from directly impacted communities. But we’ve maxed out our budget! Can you help us in supporting even more rad folks in attending this year’s gathering? DONATE HERE.
If you need travel support, get in touch with us at 2019rrr.org/contact.
DETAILS + MORE INFORMATION
Location: Occupied Ute land. West side of the Uinta Mountains, Northeast Utah, Kamas-Heber Ranger District of the Uinta-Wasatch-Cache National Forest. Nearest town is Kamas. Nearest large town is Heber City. Nearest city is Salt Lake City.
WE WILL POST EXACT DIRECTIONS TO THE SITE ON OUR WEBSITE IN THE NEXT WEEK.
Weather: The site that we selected is in a beautiful spot in the Uinta Mountains. It is very high elevation (almost 9,000 ft). The sun will be fierce, the weather both hot and cold. Bring plenty of warm clothes, long underwear, layers, and rain gear as well as warm weather clothes that provide sun cover, hats, and sunglasses.
Ride Share: Coordinate travel plans using this rideshare forum.
*Workshops: We have a lot of workshops, panel discussions, and trainings lined up already. If you have a workshop you would like to offer, that’s great! Let us know. Here are just a few of the workshops/panel discussions/presentations already planned: Direct Action 101, Art as Action, Blockades, Know Your Rights, Confronting Patriarchy, Grassroots Media, Basic Camping and Wilderness Skills, Wildfire/Forest Management/Climate Change, History of Earth First!, Resisting Borders, Indigenous Land Defense, Herbal First Aid Clinic, Radio Communications, and a whole lot more!*
*Money: Donate ahead of time to help make this event possible. Bring cash to support the
Earth First! Journal and others selling merch to support their projects, and to donate to the community kitchen.
*We will not turn anyone away for lack of funds, but we are suggesting that folks donate around $50 if they can.
For the Wild,
2019 EF! RRR Organizing Team