Stop Uranium Mining & Transport Red Butte Gathering June 23-25

Stop Uranium Mining & Transport
Gathering at Red Butte (near the Grand Canyon)
To Honor & Protect Our Sacred Land, Our Children, and Our Future
June 23-25, 2017
Sponsored by the Havasupai Tribal Council

3 Day Agenda
Sweat Lodge
Intertribal Gatherings
Haul No! Action Trainings

Campsites Available:
Bring your own camping gear, chairs, water, and food.

For more information: Havasupai Tribal Council, (928) 448-2731

Porta Potties, water trucks, and a kitchen will be on site. Please bring refillable water bottles. Weather is expected to be 94 degrees.

Directions: From Flagstaff, take U.S. 180 north to the State Route 64 junction in Valle.
Turn right (north) and continue 11 miles to Forest Road 320.
Turn right (east) and go 1.3 miles to FR 340.
Look for signs.

6 thoughts on “Stop Uranium Mining & Transport Red Butte Gathering June 23-25

  • Mike Hughes

    Do I need a jeep or 4 w/d to travel the forest road ? I’m considering the camping outing, but will likely go to the Flagstaffe meeting to introduce myself. I have been arrested several times in the past year for nonviolent direct action, and this is obviously an issue worth putting my body on the line. The reopening of this mine, and the hauling of toxic materials through the reservation is total BULLSHIT.

    • Mike Hughes

      Thank you, I really enjoyed your meeting last night. It was really informative (although I was late), and well run, with tons of info’ to bring home. I’m real interested in the upcoming weekend of training, but I may not make it to the high school this afternoon. I think I am getting sick from the old swamp cooler here ! Tough call…either use it and make it bearable, or marinate in my own juices ! Yuck…

  • ryan

    Stop that mining !!!!!!! There is an aquifer there no less !!!!!! Stop all development within 80 miles of Grand Canyon ,at least !!!! Sacred Land !!!!! We need water and Wilderness not more money for fat cats !!!!!!!

  • Bob Brister

    Thanks to the Havasupai and White Mesa Utes for leading the fight against the radioactive fuel chain.

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