New Video: Stop King Coal In Its Tracks

People from across the country are converging in Helena, the capital of Montana, for a week of activity aimed at stopping the “best last place” from becoming the new “coal ground zero.” Coal industry giants are pushing members of the Montana State Land Board to let them build the Otter Creek mine, the “anchor project” Read more about New Video: Stop King Coal In Its Tracks[…]

Day 2: Missoula, MO to Yellowstone

Miles traveled: 350 Number of sleeping bags strewn randomly around the bus: 14 Number of bagel and hummus sandwiches made: 37 9 am– We rolled out of the Unitarian church with a goodbye to our kind host Dan, the guy who lives in the basement, and the prospect of Yellowstone before us. 2 pm –Pit Read more about Day 2: Missoula, MO to Yellowstone[…]

Day 1: Portland, OR – Missoula, MO

(Thank you for the photos Rolando!) Miles traveled: 530 miles People on bus: 25 Number of stops: 3 6 am: Portlanders gathered at Rio’s and stocked up three cars with food and people. We got some awesome Freedom Caravan silkscreens made, and headed out to Olympia: 10:30 am After working all night building a back Read more about Day 1: Portland, OR – Missoula, MO[…]