Support the Canyon Country Action Camp!

12 Jul

DONATE-MEME-Large

Cross Posted from Canyon Country Action Camp

We are building a grassroots movement to confront extreme energy development (such as tar sands and oil shale) on the Colorado Plateau and to foster community resilience in the face of climate change, and we need your help. This July 24-29, we will be hosting an action camp in southern Utah, to which we’re inviting locals from eastern Utah, western Colorado, and the Wasatch Front, indigenous communities who are fighting fossil fuels extraction, and people engaged in the climate justice movement from farther regions. Our objective is to draw on experience and knowledge that could be helpful to our burgeoning campaign, as we weave this resistance into the fabric of a global climate justice movement.

***The application deadline for the Canyon Country Action Camp has passed. If you are unable to make the camp, please consider donating what you can to help us make this important event a success. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us.

Donations will go primarily towards travel stipends for participants and trainers, site cost, food and infrastructure, and materials for the action at the end of the camp.

$15. Anything HELPS

$25. Provide camping for a participant for the week

$35. Pay for banner-making and other supplies for the action following camp

$50. Feed an organizer/participant for a week

$150-200. Bring a low-income regional organizer to camp

$200. Help cover our infrastructure costs, feed all of our participants, get materials for our action

$500. Donate to our scholarship travel fund, bring a national trainer or participant to camp!

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