Tuesday, June 5, 2012

Final Call for Workshops, etc.

Hey there feral folx! It's time for one final shout-out for workshops, skill shares, performances, discussions, etc. for this year's Wild Roots Feral Futures, taking place in the Weminuche Wilderness, June 16-24, 2012.

If you would like to commit to facilitating a workshop or discussion, or would like to book a performance, etc., email us at feralfutures@riseup.net and/or post them yourselves on our forums. Also, please let us know if you'd like us to post your workshop or performance (etc.) here on our blog, via the email address above.

Thus far, confirmed workshops include a two-day action medic training with Colorado Street Medics, forest defense tree climbing (and maybe platform rigging, etc.), discussions on the struggles at Black Mesa and the San Francisco Peaks (amongst others), wild plant walks, discussions on decolonization and dismantling civilization, assorted ancestral earth skills and crafts, and a possible visit by the Occupy Caravan!

This is but an incomplete list, and many more workshops etc. will emerge organically and informally in the woods. We also have various musicians and performing artists who will be sharing their craft with us in the woods (in the case of music, acoustically of course). We will announce workshops verbally on a daily basis at the morning circle, and will have a workshop scheduling board where workshops can be listed for further reference.

If there is anything we can do to help facilitate what you have to offer (such as trying to acquire certain materials and supplies, etc.), please contact us or post a general request that everyone can see on the forums.

Also, last night on the Full Moon, the Wild Roots Feral Futures site location scout council came to consensus on a site! Stay tuned for the location announcement shorty, which is again near Durango, but take note that it is not at the same location as previous years. But worry not, it's an wildly amazing location, and you won't be disappointed!

Off the computer, into the woods!

May the Forest Bewitch You...

-the Wild Roots Feral Futures organizers' collective


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  2. Hi,

    We are in the thick of a campaign and cannot spend the whole week at Feral Futures, as we wished and intended. We are looking for tactical training on climbing. What would be the best dates to be there for that?