Summer Action Camp, May 19 – 26, 2012

Mountain Justice Summer Action Camp 2012, May 19 – 26
Where? Appalachian South Folklife Center, Pipestem, West Virginia

Registration closed
Poster for 2012 Mountain Justice action camp

NEW

Tentative Schedule Up
It’s in a PDF.

Medic Training Opportunity at camp
Mountain Justice is hosting a 20-hour medic training Monday, May 21 at 2pm through Wednesday, May 23 at the Mountain Justice Summer Action Camp. For more information, see this section of the registration form.


Join
us as we build pressure and momentum in stopping strip mining and other
exploitative resource extraction in Appalachia. This Summer Action
Camp is the place to learn new skills, expand on ones you already have;
strengthen ties, meet new friends and get ready for bigger events later
in the year.


You
can bet the types of workshops offered will range from mountaintop
removal 101, non-violent civil disobedience, to campaign and community
organizing, science and SMCRA (Surface Mine Control and Reclamation
Act), and Appalachian community economics. In addition, there is a
training-for-trainers track. Expect direct action to be part of this
camp as well, though participation is not required for camp attendance.

Mountain Justice welcomes parents, kids, families, and people at all ages and stages of life. For the past few years, MJ camp and our other events have had a physical space and a crew of people we’ve called the Kid Collective—loving and experienced child care givers and educators, armed with books, crafts, toys, games, and quiet space! Please think about bringing your little ones. Please contact erin(AT)mountainjustice(DOT)org if you plan to bring kids, so we can get more details, give you more info, and prepare as best as possible to make this a great event for your family!

The final schedule will be released later. The registration form is now on-line. To be notified when these come out, sign up for our News and Announcement List.
Registration fees will be $20 minimum plus $15/day, or $150 for the
duration of camp. This includes all workshop activities, three meals a
day and a place to sleep. No one will be turned away for the lack of
funds–scholarships are available.

If you need a ride to camp or can offer one, post at our Rideboard.

There’s also more work to pull this off. If you’d like to get involved now, here’s the working groups and their contacts:

  • Promotion & Outreach
    Whitney: whitney(AT)wiseenergyva(DOT)org
  • Agenda & Schedule
    Lou: lou.lepping(AT)gmail(DOT)com
  • Registration
    Alice: awautomation(AT)usa(DOT)com
  • Groundwork & Logistics
    Chuck W: conscious(DOT)lightbeing(AT)gmail(DOT)com
    Matt: mattlandon2001(AT)yahoo(DOT)com
  • Food
    Joe (at camp): joe(AT)firestormcafe(DOT)com
    Cathy (prior to camp): strangur(AT)graffiti(DOT)net
  • Action
    RAMPS: info(AT)rampscampaign(DOT)org
  • Reference Checking
    Ricki: rickidraper(AT)gmail(DOT)com
  • Conflict Resolution
    Adam: adamh230(AT)gmail(DOT)com
  • Medics
    DanDan: dgregor2(AT)gmail(DOT)com
    Dave: dave_p0512(AT)riseup(DOT)net
  • Welcome Wagon (Welcoming people to camp)
    Ricki: rickidraper(AT)gmail(DOT)com
  • Community Service
    Cathy: strangur(AT)graffiti(DOT)net
  • Anti-oppression & Collective Liberation
    Lou: lou.lepping(AT)gmail(DOT)com
  • MJ Kid Collective (childcare and daycamp)
    Erin: erinbick(AT)gmail(DOT)com
  • Intake & Volunteers
    working-groups(AT)mountainjustice(DOT)org
  • Eco-chaplaincy
    Sarah: sarah(AT)ecochaplaincy(DOT)net
    http://ecochaplaincy.net
  • Feedback & Communication
    Chuck W: Conscious(DOT)lightbeing(AT)gmail(DOT)com

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