At 7 pm on Saturday, June 4, stalwart Earth First! activist Karen Coulter will offer a multi-media presentation about the 30-year history of Earth First!, followed by local and visiting bands raising the roof and some funds at the Unitarian Universalist Church, 420 East Second Street in Moscow. 

 John Treasure and the Pleasure will play a benefit concert starting at 9 pm, and other Moscow musicians and a well-known Missoula group may provide raucous tunes as well.  

Five-dollar-plus, sliding-scale admission donations for one or all of the evening’s events will benefit the Earth First! Journal and preparations for the annual Earth First! Round River Rendezvous, hosted this year by local group Northern Rockies Earth First! for 200 to 300 activists camping somewhere in the Selway-Bitterroot Wilderness from July 5 to 12. 

Among other goals, these folks are coming to Idaho specifically to confront the megaloads. 

On Sunday, June 5, from 10 am until mid-afternoon, Karen Coulter will also provide a free workshop on non-violent direct action and strategic campaigns, in the 1912 Center Fiske Room.