May 18- May 25, 2012
This event will happen at the Appalachian South Folklife Center near Pipestem, West Virginia.
There is indoor bed space, heated buildings, chairs, and good food including meat. People of all ages are welcome and people of all ages do attend. You are welcome to come!
From a Twin Cities activist in Pettry Bottom, W. Va.—Think twice the next time you turn on your computer. The source of most of our energy in the Twin Cities is under attack.
Two people have occupied treetops in the small West Virginian communities of Pettry Bottom and Peach Tree within the blasting zone of a Massey Energy mountaintop removal coal-mining site.
Breaking News: Activists Engaged in Civil Disobedience at Mountaintop Removal Coal Mining Site and on Impoundment at Coal Sludge DamBy Anonymous Indymedia User on 23 May 2009
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE MAY 23, 2009
CONTACT: Sludge Watch Collective 304-854-7372
Activists Engaged in Civil Disobedience at Mountaintop Removal Coal Mining Site and on Impoundment at Coal Sludge Dam