Join us this Friday October 19, 7-9pm, at the Unitarian Church in Moscow for a performance by Dana Lyons, as he swings through town on the Great Coal Train Tour. The local event is part of a regional tour in which Dana is trying to raise awareness to the existing proposal to transport millions of tons of coal, via train, across the Pacific Northwest, and eventually barged to China. The tour is from Billings, Montana to Bellingham, Washington.
Wild Idaho Rising Tide, Palouse-Sierra Club, Palouse-Great Old Broads for Wilderness, Palouse Environmental Sustainability Coalition and FOC are co-sponsors. There is a sliding scale donation at the door–give what you can. Beer and wine will be for sale, and there will be a raffle drawing for some cool prizes. The Unitarian Church is located at 420 E. 2nd Street.
Celebrate with us on Friday November 2, 6-10pm, at the 1912 Center in Moscow for FOC’s 25th Anniversary Annual Meeting & Gathering. Time flies when you are working to protect the largest undeveloped watershed complex in the lower 48—the Big Wild! And thanks to you, we have much to be proud of, and even more to keep working towards.
The evening’s festivities will include a delicious community potluck, local-goods silent auction, live music by Jeanne McHale, year-in-review awards ceremony and our annual Board elections. We will also be honoring conservationist Liz Sedler for a long career in defending wild places and wild things throughout the northern Rockies. The 1912 Center is located at 412 E. Third Street.
Hope to see you!