In tree reading

Links & Resources

Read this first: Pomo Tribal Elder Priscilla Hunter Speaks on Protecting Her Forest Family & Recovering Her Homeland

Latest: You can read a portion of the Coalition presentation (which included many members speaking, not all is written down) to the Board of Forestry on December 6, 2024 in this written statement and watch video recordings of the meeting (and Dec. 5th Management Committee Meeting).

With our presentation we submitted this file of supporting documents to the Board that includes letters CalFire has never responded to, letters of support from many organizations, and important JAG and CalFire policies that relate to our presentation.

Our follow-up letter submitted Jan. 17th, 2024 still has not been responded to.

Printable Info Sheets and Handouts

One Page on The Campaign to Preserve Jackson Forest 

One Page Handout about Save Jackson and Pomo Land Back

Half sheet handout about how to support Pomo Land Back

Resolutions of Support

Resolution of Support From California Democratic Party

Resolution of Support From California Environmental Justice Coalition

Webinars, Podcasts, and Radio:

What is a cultural landscape? Radio interview with Polly Girvin and anthropologist Dr. Victoria Patterson

Green and Red Podcast: Defending Mendocino’s Sacred Sites October 2022

Priscilla Hunter and Polly Girvin on KMUD Radio Nov. 21, 2022

Pomo Land Back webinar done with SURJ National for more info on the campaign March 2022

Radio coverage by KMUD in Garberville (not an exhaustive list of all coverage)

Jan 25th, 2023 Webinar Video

Jan 25th Webinar Slides

Save Jackson in the News:

Los Angeles Times Feb. 19, 2022

Free version of New York Times article Jan. 26, 2022 regarding Intertribal Sinkyone Wilderness Council

Cal Matters Nov. 29, 2021

JDSF Management and Timber Harvest Plans:

Letters, Booklets, and Resolutions:

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