A ponderosa pine towers over Pinyon-Juniper forest in Great Basin National Park, traditional Newe (Goshute/Shoshone) lands.

Reminder: RSVP Now for the Sacred Water, Sacred Forests Camp!

A ponderosa pine towers over Pinyon-Juniper forest in Great Basin National Park, traditional Newe (Goshute/Shoshone) lands.

A Ponderosa pine towers over Pinyon-Juniper forest in Great Basin National Park, traditional Newé (Goshute/Shoshone) lands.

This post is a reminder — the Sacred Water, Sacred Forests Camp is coming up in just over 2 months. Have you marked your calendar yet?

Learn more about the event and how to RSVP — click here!

This year we plan to visit and learn about the destruction of beautiful, important, and sacred Pinyon Pine and Juniper forests. These trees have nourished people and other beings for thousands of years and deserve protection, not rampant clearcutting, herbicide spraying, and chaining.

We will also visit sites and speak with local activists and indigenous community members about the SNWA water grab, Las Vegas’s plan to steal all the water from eastern Nevada and pump it more than 200 miles south to support unsustainable and destructive growth in the glitz city.

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