Where will the gathering be?

We will gather peacefully for silent meditation the morning of July 4th, 2017 from dawn until noon; and a peaceful assembly of free speech and expression from July 1st through the end of Vision Counsel; in the state of Oregon. For directions, click here.

To find out how to get into the gathering without getting a mandatory court appearance ticket, click here and check out the right side-bar. To reach a human being, email Karin.

Friday, June 16, 2017

Caution For Those Driving to Seed Camp

Updated 6/20/17 2:50 p.m. California Time.

Please note there will be two CATTLE DRIVES in the next few days 
on the roads leading to the Gathering Site.

The FIRST CATTLE DRIVE will be on Monday June 19th on County Road 63, near the Gathering site. This is the paved road between 395 and the dirt road FS24. We are working together with this rancher in order to Gather peacefully on this site. This means there will be cattle walking on the road! We are still trying to get more info on what this means for folks driving in that day. We are not sure if it means the road will be totally closed for some time.  While the road IS open, please be aware and drive slowly, watch for animals on the road and understand there may be REAL delays.

Tuesday morning, June 20th (the next morning) there will be ANOTHER CATTLE DRIVE from 6AM until 9AM which WILL block access to the Gathering temporarily. We DO know that the road needs to be closed during this period of time. This is the dirt road between 64 and the last left turn to Welcome Home.


RIBBONS:   Once on the Site, you will see PINK RIBBONS and GREEN RIBBONS attached to vegetation. The PINK RIBBONS mean STAY OUT. These are areas that are ecologically sensitive and that we want to protect from human disturbance. The blue ribbons signal good creek crossings or access points.

PINK means STOP do not enter area.
GREEN means GO.

LEO's are sitting on the corner of Grant County Road 63 and Forest Service Road 24. Please read the side bar on this blog for instructions on how to get into the gathering without a mandatory court appearance ticket.

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