Thanks for putting up with my shit, being against greeting cards, capitalism, and reminding me that I was raised to by a Badass to be a Badass. We stand up and fall down together.
Hey buddies, I'm now the owner of a big old farmhouse along the shores of the Columbia river. It's a work in progress right now but it's real big and real pretty here. I'd like it to feel kinda like a sanctuary. If my people, especially my city people need some space to break down or get themselves together or just spend some quiet time doing weird boat stuff somewhere beautiful I got you. Come visit!
For over a decade the threat of America's largest open pit copper, gold and molybdenum mine has loomed over Alaska's Bristol bay. For those of you who do not know this is where I have the privilege to make my living, harvesting wild fish from the largest sockeye salmon run in the world, in watersheds that have not been dammed dredged or polluted. In 2014 the Obama administration's EPA under Gina Mcarthy initiated the veto authority under 404(c) of the clean water act to protect Bristol Bay this has only been enacted thirteen times in US history. The new EPA administrator Scott Pruitt is poised to rescind the protections that Alaskan Natives, people who DEPEND on subsistence harvesting, commercial fishermen and environmental groups have been working tirelessly for, allowing the pebble limited partnership to apply for permits. The federal comment period is ending Tuesday October 17th things will be moving very quickly, There is a link in my profile, please take the time to voice your objections. Tell the EPA that we are STILL AGAINST THIS MINE, It's a weird world, that seems to be getting worse and worse, it's hard to feel any sort of inertia coming from clicking buttons on your computer or phone, but it makes a difference. If you live in the Pacific Northwest there will be a lot of opportunities to take action in the near future.
Donezo! Thanks guys. Highlight, low light, we are all wild cards