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Let's flood the US Senate switchboards asking our Dem 
Senators to participate in filibustering the Gonzales' confirmation!   
Link to truthout article on the filibuster is in email below.

To locate your Senator:
BREAKING | Democrats Considering Filibuster of Gonzales
Boxer, Barbara  - (D - CA) (202) 224-3553
 Web Form:

Washington D.C.
112 Hart Senate Office Building
Washington, D.C. 20510
(202) 224-3553

501 I Street, Suite 7-600
Sacramento, CA 95814
(916) 448-2787
(916) 448-2563 fax

San Francisco
1700 Montgomery Street, Suite 240
San Francisco, CA 94111
(415) 403-0100
(415) 956-6701 fax

Feinstein, Dianne  - (D - CA) (202) 224-3841

Phone: (202) 224-3841
Fax: (202) 228-3954
TTY/TDD: (202) 224-2501

Senator Dianne Feinstein
United States Senate
One Post Street, Suite 2450
San Francisco, CA 94104
Or call (415) 393-0707
Fax (415) 393-0710

Is It Time For A Corporate Death Penalty Act?

More is needed. The corporation itself should die. It should have its charter withdrawn, and the assets of the corporation held in escrow to pay off the damages it created. -Dave

Ground Control to Mr. Bush
Probable weather manipulation in California, Oregon and Southwest
Iraqi Elections = Death for Iraqis & US Troops = Oil for US Corporations
Troops Home Now! End the Occupation and Empire!  Sunday January 30
4pm: Demonstration and Vigil 5pm: Procession Market and Van Ness, SF

Iraqis Had To Vote, or No Food !!! 

Congress proposes tax on all Net, data connections | Tech News on ZDNet

ECO FOCUS | Arctic Ozone Layer Is Thinning, Scientists Report

RFK on Fascist Corporate America 

The NeoCon organization that runs the
White House and most of Congress 
has spoken:  U.S. military conquest of
the world requires more "troops", and
Congress has been directed to get them
by any means necessary.
Americans have a legal right NOT to be
drafted into military service.  Being
drafted is strictly VOLUNTARY AND
OPTIONAL, if you know how to fight back.
Learn how here:

The day after the inauguration, January 21, the Bush Administration  signed an agreement that allows factory farms to freely violate  any and all clean air standards for the next two years, and forgives  these same companies from paying fines for past air pollution violations.  In exchange for the freedom to pollute without any restrictions, the deal "requests" that factory farms agree to monitor  their air pollution and provide that data to the government. Bush's  "Dirty Air" agreement is outrageous, given that the Clean  Air Act already requires factory farms to provide air pollution  data, while also requiring facilities to adhere to clean air standards.  One of the companies that will benefit the most from this arrangement  with the Bush Administration is Tyson Foods, who also happened to  be one of the largest donors to the Bush inaugural festivities.  Fortunately there is a 30 day public comment period. Please make  your voice heard. Take action here.

Ireland: All television commercials  for fast food and candy are banned.
Sweden/Norway/Austria/Luxembourg:  All television advertising to children is banned.
Belgium/France/Portugal/Vietnam:  All marketing is banned in schools.
United States: Spending more per child than  any other nation in the world, the U.S.  plugs $15 billion per year into marketing food to kids, which is more than  what it would cost to provide health insurance for all uninsured children.
Sources:  New York Times 1/12/2005, Children's  Defense Fund 5/14/2003 press release, USgovinfo SCHIP Program

The Multinational Monitor has released its annual list of the "10 Worst Corporations of 2004." Among the "winners" of this prestigious award are Coca-Cola, Wal-Mart and Hardees. Coca-Cola made the list when documentation surfaced revealing the company was involved in 179 human rights violations at its bottling plants in Columbia, including allegations of involvement in nine murders of union leaders. Wal-Mart was caught manipulating the tax system in order maximize profits at the expense of taxpayers. In fact, it turns out that each of Wal-Mart's 1000+ stores are costing taxpayers nearly half a million dollars per year. Hardees made its debut on the "Worst Corporations" list for its overtly aggressive advertising of its new product, the "Monster Thickburger." The 2/3 pound sandwich is 1,420 calories and equivalent to eating five standard sized hamburgers. Learn more...
Help others learn about food safety, organics, and related topics. Place a link on YOUR website to Banners for your use -

Sweeteners  - Good and Bad.  information on aspartame, acesulfame 
potassium, saccharin, and Stevia on  and   There is also 
a safe sweetener list on a couple of these web sites.

The Rise Of The Fourth Reich
Think40 MillionDollar Coronation was High ? How about 6.1 Billion $ for
new More Bullet Proof Presidential helicopters for "W" and Jeb to follow
U.S. prepares invasion of Venezuela: Venezuelan ambassador 2005-01-28 10:15:32 
 to control the petroleum of the South American country as 
it did in Iraq, said Venezuela's acting ambassador to Paraguay, Elmer Nino. 

Nino, cited Thursday by local Paraguayan daily ABC 
Color, said the present diplomatic crisis between 
Venezuela and Colombia was created by the United 
States as part of its future plans for an invasion. 

The Venezuelan oil reserves have a strategic value 
as they will last 350 years at the present 
exploitation level, the diplomat was quoted as saying. 

Venezuela is Latin America's second largest oil 
producer behind Mexico and the principal oil exporter 
in the region. 

Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez froze his 
country's diplomatic and commercial ties with Colombia 
in early January to protest what he called Colombia's 
"kidnapping" of a rebel leader in Caracas, the 
Venezuelan capital, which he considered as a violation 
of Venezuelan national sovereignty. 

The government of Colombia rejected Chavez's 
demand to make apologies to end the dispute. 

With respect to Paraguayan President Nicanor 
Duarte's position on the Caracas-Bogota crisis, the 
ambassador said it has been neutral. 


Union of Concerned Scientists - Automakers v. The People
The Union of Concerned Scientists Action Center makes it easy for you to communicate directly with the people currently making critical decisions that affect our planet. TAKE ACTION TODAY to ensure that these policy makers get timely, accurate information to help them make decisions that will protect and improve the health and safety of our environment globally, nationally and in communities throughout the United States.

Have a bar/restaurant job need a walk home? join the walkmehome tribe
I just started a tribe for people who want to have a buddy to walk home with after work or for those who would be willing to meet up with people as they leave their shifts. This will only work if we have a number of people on both sides who need walks home and who want to escort. 
I started this tribe as a response to the attacks that have recently happened in the Mission, one to a friend on her way home from a local restaurant.  Thanks,  burnin' steph 

Wed Feb 2

# 2/2: State of The Union Viewing Party (san mateo)
Reply to:
 What: State of the Union Speech Viewing Party 
Date: February 2, 2005 
Time: 5:30 p.m. – 8 p.m. 
Location: Unitarian Universalists of San Mateo 
300 East Santa Inez (cross street Ellsworth) 
San Mateo, CA 
RSVP:, or 310-559-3441 ext.124 
Join California Peace Action at a State of the Union Viewing Party. Don’t watch the speech at home alone; instead help ensure that the local media hears from Americans who oppose President Bush’s reckless foreign policy agenda. Discussion and commentary will follow the speech, allowing our community to show support for elected officials to who demonstrate leadership against the Bush administration's second term agenda. Refreshments provided. Free.

# 2/2 at 7pm in Oakland: screening of Matrix of Evil
390 27th Street between Telegraph & Broadway below Pill Hill
Midtown Oakland parking next door off both 27th & 28th Streets
The film is FREE but $5 donations are accepted.
MATRIX OF EVIL    by Alex Jones
Presented by Erin McCann  510-910-0696
Some of the best minds in the country, coming from different
sectors of the political spectrum, come together in this film to
expose an intricate web of deceitful wickedness controlling
America today. This Alex Jone?s documentary contains footage
from speeches and conversations with Congressman Ron Paul,
Colonel Craig Roberts, Congresswoman Cynthia McKinney, Frank
Morales, as well as Alex Jones himself. 
Before and after the film, everyone?s invited to indulge in our
Humanist Coffee House.

# Tantric Keys to Expanding Orgasm  Wed Feb 2 7:00 PM
"Tune In to Tantra"  Evening Drop-In Tantra Classes in Berkeley 
 "Orgasmic Alchemy"  learn tantric secrets to a longer, deeper and higher orgasm. Discover the keys to orgasmic alchemy, female orgasm, male internal orgasm, and ejaculatory timing. 
 Lake Merritt Church, Edwards Room, 1330 Lakeshore Ave., Oakland
OOPS! Someone copied a link that Tribe truncated.  So it does not work.
Cost: $25 for 1 class  Each 2-hour evening class includes: 
-An exploration of one Tantric principle or technique per class and its applications for 
* sexual loving  * relationship  * spiritual practice 
* physical and emotional well-being  -Q&A. 
-Tantra Bliss Formula - a simple yet powerful solo Tantra practice to leave you feeling ecstatic, energetic, more alive, relaxed, creative, open-hearted, blissful! 
Sexual practices are discussed but there is no explicit sexual 
activity or nudity in the class. 
> > > The focus for these four classes will be Tantric approaches to sexual loving. 
Week 1. Opening the Doors to Passion 
Week 2. Ecstatic Love Play 
Week 3. Coming into Union 
Week 4. Orgasmic Alchemy 
All are welcome! Singles and couples, men and women, beginners and adepts alike. 
No registration necessary. Please plan to arrive early to find parking and settle in. 
We look forward to seeing you! Namaste, Jan and Mead

# 2/2: A Show of Hands- A Benefit for the Tsunami Victims of Southeast Asia
 The Theatre Project and The Rickshaw Stop Present: 
A Benefit for the Tsunami Victims of Southeast Asia 

For your dancing pleasure: 
Nikola Baytala of S.W.A.T (HOUSE) 

For your listening pleasure: 

For your viewing pleasure: 
6XCRAZY, an iCandy Production (HIP HOP DANCE GROUP) 
And more….. 



OXFAM’s Tsunami Relief Fund and VeAhavta’s Sri Lanka Disaster Relief Fund 


Event Information: 

Nikola Bayatala of S.W.A.T. 
DJ/Producer Nikola Baytala is an A List artist with whose known for relentlessly vibrating the room with percussive house melodies, mean basslines, and funky soul-inflicted beats. 

Guerilla Soul 
Guerrillasoul is an electronic music collective that plays everything live, so much of the sounds will never be recreated. 

Accepted, rejected and everything in-between...The NEW sound of 
Hip-Hop and Rock. 

2Good4U are the queens of comedy. The world’s first all-girl boy band is a wacky musical comedy group. 

6XCrazy, an iCandy Production 
An urban/hip-hop style dance troupe. 

Killing My Lobster 
Killing my lobster is a non-profit San Francisco sketch comedy group 
that produces several original stage shows, Kabarets, film festivals 
and short films every year. For more info, check out: 

"Widow Maker" 8 min. ~ Winner of 3 awards including 'Best Western' in 
the 2004 Film Challenge, this SF Indieclub Production spins the tale of 
a meek housewife who must stop a gunslinging showdown between her own 
beloved sister & her abusive husband. SF CHAPTER 

# Punk Rock School Bus Debut Wed Feb 2 8:00 PM $5
 StudioZ  11th & Folsom 
 Come out for the first of many Punk Rock School Bus Presents shows: 
Lusty Lady Girls shakin' it between bands and drink specials whiskey Shot and Bud back for $5.00, KUSF CJ Bonnie Bondage spinnin' yer old school favorites, Don't miss the Debut show: 
Fracas  TheNightCrawlers  The Grannies  Hep-Si  $5

Thu Feb 3

# Thu Feb 3 1st Thursday art receptions @ 49 Geary 5:30-7:30
12 galleries in 5 story building. Free Paper outside sometimes after.

# The next meeting of the (Northern California) 9-11 Truth Alliance will be
Thursday, February 3, 7:00pm - 10:00pm, at 136 Taylor Street, San
Francisco, only 1 block from Market, and two blocks from the Powell Street
BART exit.  Please call the hotline at 1-866-268-2320 for directions and
other information.
911 - inside job: demand investigation into cover-up! - - - -  -  - - -

Thu, Feb 3 7pm Meridian Gallery 545 Sutter St. SF
American Friends Service Committee and Meridian Art Gallery present a free event at the “As They Saw It” graphic art exhibit of Frank Rowe and Richard Correll (includes print on Defoliation in Viet Nam) with Sandra Schwartz, recently back from Colombia, talking about the US-funded fumigation campaign in southern Colombia where billions of US dollars are being spent to eradicate coca plants. Does crop eradication work in efforts to stop the flow of illicit drugs into the United States? What are the costs to the people and the Environment? San Francisco. Call 415/565-0201 extension 24 for further details.

# Winterfest: Celebrating 10,000 Reviews
Thu Feb 3 7:00 PM The Rickshaw Stop  155 Fell @ Van Ness
Yeah that’s right, reached 10,000 reviews and now we’ve got a blizzard of fun coming your way . And we're celebrating the community that made it possible. Bands, community performers, some free drinks, an awesome venue with no cover and you! Winterfest will be Thursday, February 3rd at The Rickshaw Stop in Hayes Valley, SF. Doors open at 7 and bands start at 9:30. 

We’re also looking for people to read their reviews on stage. The biggest crowd pleaser will receive a $100 Amazon gift certificate. Additionally if you have a talent that was recommended on our service and would like to expose it to hundreds of users at Winterfest, please contact me at So mark your calendars, get your favorite tribe members and non members to join you and come have a great time!

# Anon Salon at Ruby Skye
Featuring SF's Top 10 DJ's as voted by YOU! 
 THU FEB 3 7:30 - After hours  @ Ruby Skye  (420 Mason @ Geary) 
The DJ Dreamteam 2005 will feature some of ANON's favorite DJ's: 
Third annual event, but big underground turnaround this year in getting all these bad-ass breaks DJ's up in there - a real "break" from the past. It should be a cool night. Nitevibe has told the dress code VIP room at Ruby Skye to lighten up. So wear whatever you want! 
Get there early as there will be free appetizers courtesy of Bambuddha Lounge and Maroc. Stay there late as LORIN is playing the closing headline set! 
Tickets are normally twenty bucks - but Nitevibe is giving us one mo' "break" 
with these special discounted to ANON List - $15 tickets! 
For tickets, follow this link> 
More info @ 
And check out the totally fun Q & A's they have with each of the DJs! 
- Miguel Migs 
- Mark Farina 
- Lorin 
- M3 
- Laird 
- Jeno 
- Ellen Ferrato 
- Smoove 
- Jondi & Spesh 
Show starts at 7:30pm! Pre-set by DJ Seven, majestic video installations by Stephen Williams, percussions by Ahmed Azzam, Om Records CD Giveaways, URB Magazine and more surprises! 
To Subscribe/Unsubscribe to the ANON SALON/pARTy/SCIENCE list go to...

# Human Rights International Film Festival Thur 2.3 - Fri 2.25   $8
 Yerba Buena Center for the Arts (701 Mission St, @ 3rd and 4th St.
 This series of documentaries from the Human Rights Watch Film Festival and YBCA's own collection sheds light on the many faces of contemporary human rights challenges. The films deal with a wide range of subjects — Zana Briski, a New York-based photographer, teaches children of prostitutes in Calcutta how to take pictures in the Oscar-nominated Born Into Brothels, while two North Korean prisoners in South Korea tell their stories in Repatriation. Amongst other offerings, the program also includes Edward Said: The Last Interview, a discussion with the famed critic and activist less than a year before his death. Broad in scope, yet intimate in focus, this festival provides galvanizing insights into the troubled times in which we live. 


# LSD - Power and Control Fri feb 4 7pm $10
 new documentary about LSD is playing as part of SF indie fest.
It's one man's jounrey across America in an attempt to uncover and interview some of LSD's forgotten and secret past.  Including the LSD brothel run by the CIA in the late fifties in North Beach..
 Aron RAnen, director. Womans Building 18th St @ Valencia   415-820-9622

# Flaneur Art Exhibit Curated by Andrew Schoultz   FREE
Fri Feb  4  (This will be the final art show at Punch Gallery) 
Opening Reception Friday February 4th, 2005. 7pm – 1am
DJ Code 538, DJ Terrible, DJ Tragic free 155 10th St. @ Mission

# STRANGE ATTRACTION photo exhibit. Painted women,  
(hmmm, I seem to recall East Bay express saying Sunday,
yet the opening day is Fri Feb 4.)(check website closer to date)
Feb 4-29 Reception Sunday? 7-pm 'till closeGreen Girls
LaneSplitter in Berkeley: 2033 Shattuck (@ San Pablo)
Art reception. Free Pizza!

# BE COUNTED! The Open Voting Consortium
 Friday, February 4 7:30pm-9:30pm
 Veterans Memorial Building (846 Front Street- next to the Post Office in downtown Santa Cruz). 
Hear about the problems with the current election system and discuss solutions for the future.  Watch parts of movies "Votergate" and "Electile Dysfunction," hear from activists Emily Levy (about election anomalies in Ohio) and Maureen Smith (about her meetings with the Secretary of State), and meet the creator of the open voting system, Alan Dechert.  There will also be live music from the Santa Cruz Jazz Society and a political rock band- Ms. Information, food, and a dance performance about the election process by the Federal Dancing Authority.  (PS. Penny Little- the producer/director of "Electile Dysfunction" *might* be there- she'll let me know soon.)
Requested donation: $20-30; $10 students/young adults; NO ONE will be turned away due to lack of funds! Donate what you can. Everyone is welcome!
Contact info: Lara Shaffer, 831-419-0758,,
Can't come?  Please join our announcement list or become a member:
The Open Voting Consortium (OVC) is a non-profit organization dedicated to the development, maintenance, and delivery of open voting systems for use in public elections.

# Sockpuppet Soundsystem Presents: You Big Dummy!
This is the big one! Dusty hiphop and trunks of funk - no junk - with
your new best friends Sir Thx-a-lot, Brother Kris and Jaybee.
Friday, Feb. 4. 9PM-2AM. @ Gallery
1515 Folsom St $2 cover, 21+

# Ring the Bell That Can Still Ring! by Caroline W. Casey

February 4, 6th 8pm on 4th, 2pm on 6th $20 on 4th, $50 on 6th
Caroline W. Casey brings her astrological/political/ritual/lecture/theatre along with medicine songs provided by Jane De Cuir.

Title of Event:
"Ring the Bell that Can Still Ring, forget your perfect offering, there is a crack, a crack in everything.  That's how the light gets in."  Leonard Cohen.

Two Parts to event.

February 4th 8PM Sebastopol Community Center
$20 at the door only.

High Tea Council with Caroline
Followed on Sunday Feb 6th at 2-5pm in Guerneville (mystery location call for details)
$50 reservations only at 707 874-9553
Sebastopol Community Center
390 Morris Street

Exit Highway 12 off 101, go west to Sebastopol, turn right at light, Morris Street, take to end of road at curve is the Community Center.


In cooperation with CODE PINK HAYWARD


Part of the NO CHILD LEFT BEHIND legislation makes it
necessary for school administrators to turn over the
names of HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS to The US Military.
Students are also being recruited through video games,
which track and then contact very young potential
recruits, Army interactive vans which visit our
campuses and let students play simulated war games,
and a plethora of high market value advertising
campaigns      ..all designed to get students involved in
The Military. These recruiting techniques
disproportionately target low-income and minority


Court decisions have granted those of us who have an
alternative view to have equal access to our students.
it’s student wing MILITARY OUT OF OUR SCHOOLS have
prepared materials to help us offer an alternative view.

If you would like to learn more, contact or (510) 582-9833

10AM and lasting till about 2PM

Lunch will be available Cost: Free. Donations accepted

# Come to an organizing meeting to get the military out of our schools!   
   Saturday, 11:00 a.m., February 5, 2005
   Centro del Pueblo, 474 Valencia Street  
   (near 16th St. in S.F.)
   We ain't gonna study war no more!
   (Killing and being killed is not a career choice!)
   Come to an organizing meeting to get the military out of our schools!
   Saturday, 11:00 a.m., February 5, 2005
   Centro del Pueblo, 474 Valencia @16th St. in S.F.)

#  I am looking for 5 volunteers to help plant some new trees in Greer Park on Saturday, February 5 at 1 p.m. No experience is necessary, but be sure to wear clothes that can get dirty and sturdy shoes. You must be 16 years or older or accompanied by an adult. If you have questions or would like to help out, please contact me by email at or by phone at 650-964-6110.
 Jana Dilley Program Director Canopy: Trees for Palo Alto
3921 East Bayshore Road Palo Alto, CA 94303
phone: 650-964-6110 fax: 650-964-6173

# Made in Secret: The Story of the East Van Porn Collective
 Sat Feb 5 2:15pm-4:00pm $7
 SF Indie Fest presents the world premiere of Made in Secret: The Story of the East Van Porn Collective, a thought-provoking look behind the scenes of what might be the world's only underground, DIY, anarcho-feminist porn collective.
It's got rhyming manifestos, erotic bicycle repair, funny little songs, and some of the sexiest films you'll never see.
A full write up and additional screenings are available at
A short trailer is avaiable at
The Women's Building 3543 18th St @ Valencia San Francisco 415-820-3907

SF Art Institute Lecture Hall  800 Chestnut @ Jones. AFTERPARTY @ Infinite Kaos!
136 Taylor @ Turk / Eddy
WORLDSPIRIT DVD RELEASE & SCREENING  by visionary artist Alex Grey, Violinist Kenji Williams
Sit back, and hang on! Watch Worldspirit with a top notch projection and sound system in a heavenly spacecraft. Visuals and spoken word by Alex Grey. Music and film direction by Kenji Williams. 
This is the official launch event for the Worldspirit DVD! 1 hour film screening, Discussion panel, behind the scenes videos, and live - in theater performance by Kenji Williams. 
"A beautiful, brilliant, exhilarating multimedia presentation of sacred art and music. Dazzling from beginning to end, and deeply moving throughout. Highly recommended!" 
- Ken Wilber, A Brief History of Everything

# Please make note that the SCREENING is at the San Francisco Art Institute @ 7:30pm. The AFTERPARTY is at Infinite Kaos from 11pm.  Sat Feb 5 $10 
WORLDSPIRIT DVD RELEASE & SCREENING (film description below) 
San Francisco Art Institute Lecture Hall Theater (SFAI) 
- 800 Chestnut near Columbus & Chestnut in Northbeach Snacks served.) 
7:30pm Doors Open  8:00 WORLDSPIRIT Film Screening 
9:05 Chris Sia, Kenji Williams & Worldspirit Producer, Eric Kalabacos discussion panel 
10:00 Kenji Williams short in-theater live audio visual show 
11:00 Doors Close - head over to the afterparty! 
 Check out the video trailer! 
event flyer: 
*Screening event ticketholders get a free pass to the afterparty!* 
* * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * 
Fluffy Evil productions present the WORLDSPIRIT LAUNCH AFTERPARTY: 
Infinite Kaos warehouse in SF. 136 Taylor St. SF 
$10 (SFAI Screening event ticketholders get in free) 
 Live Performances by  KENJI WILLIAMS (progressive techno violin) 
ZOE KEATING (looping cello) 
 DJ's          Adnan (LUSH) 
Syd Gris (Opel/Opulent Temple) 
Rhythmystic (Beatstream/Rhythm Society) 
Ammon (Rhythm Society) 
Jacaranda ( SF) 
Dj Pacwan ( 
Ezra (Rhythm Society) 
 Altars, Free Organic Fruit, Chai service by Chai Guy. Art by Vibrata Chromodoris, visuals by Caroluna & Spot, poi by Glittergirl, bellydance by Lazuli & NeferTen, massage therapists, and more! for details 
* * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * 
What is Worldspirit? 

#  Friends and Loved ones,

On Saturday February 5th we will reconvene for Downtemple in our
favorite new playground:  A 100 year old church that has become
Oakland's Sanctuary for the Arts.

The experience of grooving out to soulful, psychedelic downtempo and
trip-hop beats while surrounded by stained glass and vaulted ceilings
drenched in amber-violet light in a room designed for vibrational
resonance is truly sublime.  Join us.
performing live:  machine drum - orlando - merck recording artist -
brother - santa cruz - spaceship gaia
subal - santa cruz - cruz gruv
rd & trichome - los angeles - elm conceptions -
danny - los angeles - moontribe -
phidelity - san francisco - travelingcorn -
raina - somewhere - travelingcorn -

downstairs lounge area with performances by:
warrior medicine - basho and sage - live music for the journey
john arns - live sitar performance

visionary artwork by carey thompson -
chill environment by fuzzy phillipe and friends
visuals by kaia and madeline
vegetarian/vegan breakfast served in the morning
15 dollars all night
 for more information visit

@ THE SHIPYARD in Berkeley, 1010 Murray St 
 Come see the pig fly!  Come see the other pig do things to the first 
pig that are illegal in several states!  Come see the pig(s) burn!  
The fat will drip and the pig will split and the coins that YOU put inside the
pig will create a lovely musical symphony of metal and hog butter on a
giant donation plate.  BACON! SEX! MONEY! DON'T MISS THIS!  BRING US

Yes, the people behind this have acually constructed a giant metal pig. 
It will be stuffed with money (my money, your money, the jingly kind)
and mated with a second pig for no good reason at all.  Suspended high
above the majestic skyline of Berkeley, it will take a magical Peter
Pan-type flight around ! the  Shipyard, possibly to the accompaniment of
bluegrass mash ups, and then it will be set aflame and immolated in its
own pigginess.  Coins will drop magically from its belly and cascade
onto a resonant metal plate.  The pig dies, but offers itself up as the
ultimate sacrifice to the good people at Coin Star Inc.  The pig who
saved art!  Hooray for the pig!

50 bucks worth of pennies in a closet somewhere.  What am I ever going
to do with it?  Hey, what if I PUT IT INSIDE A BURNING PIG?  WE give 
money to artists, YOU take home memories (and perhaps the odor of
rendered pig fat) that will last a lifetime.

Come witness flaming PIG MAGIC and more: crazy hillbilly MUSIC will be
provided for your entertainment (if watching a fucking flying burning
pig drop money out of its ass isn't enough,) BAR where you can DRINK. 
OF TERRER and win some crap... or learn a painful lesson. DONATE to
BORG2 and have a great time doing it... and possibly a headache.  And
much more to be announced!


Sat Feb 5 9 PM - 2 AM
9 PM - 2 AM
1010 Murray Street
Berkeley, CA

# The February Potluck will take place on Sunday,
 February 6th at 1pm in the Community Room of the Police Station at 630 Valencia St 
(nr 16th, 5 mins walk from 16th and Mission BART).

 Please bring a raw vegan potluck dish to share sufficient for 10-12, with a
 serving utensil, and your own plate and silverware.

I believe that the speaker this month will be John Kohler and that he'll be speaking 
about Juicers of all shapes and sizes (and prices) but when I tried to check the 
sproutline it wasn't working. I'll post again if I find out anything different, otherwise I 
hope everyone has a great time there (I won't be able to make it myself, 
To join this listserve, send a blank email to:

# Introductory War Tax Resistance Workshop Sun Feb 6 2:30-5pm, 
225 Potrero @ 15th St. SF (near 16th St. BART) 

Unhappy about the U.S. policy on militarism? Stop paying your taxes. More than half of our federal 
income taxes are being used for war. Find out more about this form of conscientious objection at our 
introductory workshop. Topics will include: 

-- Creative legal protests 
-- Refusing to pay all or part of federal taxes and the possible consequences of this form of civil disobedience 
-- Living below the level of taxable income 
-- Phone tax resistance 
-- Redirecting resisted taxes to local alternative funds and/or community organizations 
-- Local support networks for war tax resisters 

Northern California War Tax Resistance 
(510) 843-9877 
To join listserve send blank email to:
Thank you for working for peace! 

# No Circumcision please,
The next Bay Area iNtactivists Group planning meeting will be this Sunday evening, February 6.
 Note that upcoming events are now listed on, and additions or corrections to this list are appreciated at any time. Thanks, and I hope to see you then! Tina
 Tina Kimmel, MSW, MPH
PhD Program, UC Berkeley School of Social Welfare
Home: 719 Aileen Street
Oakland, CA, USA 94609-1611 tel/fax 1-510-653-5260
"Every child wanted, nurtured, protected, and loved = world peace in one generation".

# Online Invite
Opening Night: February 6th, 2005(7-10pm)
Exhibition end date: March 6th, 2005
With the sensuous works of:
 *Adrian Ordenana * Doug Rhodes * Dan Arcos * Ivan Mancera Oviedo
An offering of sacred dance by: Phoenix Sanchez
And sticky, fruity treats by: Carolina - the Jam Girl(
Amaru Gallery 510 Valencia @ 17th St.

# StreetLevel TV screening: February 6th, 8pm @ Artist's Television Access
992 Valencia St. @ 21st, SF
It's been a year exactly since a group of local video activists came
together with the goal of producing a monthly television show committed to
getting out the stories blockaded by the Channel 5's and 2's, and spun out
by the SFGate's and Tribune's of the Bay.  StreetLevel TV was born, an
entirely volunteer-operation investigating local stories of the struggle
for justice, bringing the community news from all over the world, covering
local stories of resistence and community unity, and documenting the
voices of those struggling for grassroots change to the status quo.
Screening on both sides of the Bay, StreetLevel TV has grown, steppin' up
its coverage and workin' round the clock.

Come celebrate a year of independent community media at ATA.  Join us for
some tunes, hella booze - and television coverage of YOUR community!!!

This month's episode will feature:
** The Year that Was: 2004 - a montage of the stories and events, the
disappointments and victories, that rocked the globe and the movement -
remember this???
** Newsdesk - the on-going tragedy of the people of Asia and Africa
affected by the December tsunami; the resistence in Aceh; pending housing
evictions; the war STILL raging in Iraq; California's 11th execution since
1978; historic court cases; Palestine update, and more...
** Local Solidarity with Tsunami Survivors - Bay Area groups rally and
organize to send relief to Asia, from rock to hip-hop to Balinese puppets!
** The Reality of Aceh - The remotest province of Indonesia was also the
hardest-hit by the tsunami.  Local independent reporters talk about the
political crisis & GAM's struggle for independence in Aceh, with footage
from the area before the tsunami hit
** IrRESISTable - the 3rd annual hip-hop extravaganza sponsored by the
Naked Souls Collective and Artist's Alliance
** Pro-Woman, Pro-Choice - Thousands of anti-choice Christians and
lobbyists descend on San Francisco to "walk for life" - see what happens
when San Francisco fights back!!
** No Inaguration Today: Jan. 20 - The Bay Area rallies once again to show
its disgust with the Bush administration and its bloody illegal war,
turning the heat up on oil-igarchy in power
** New Bike Co-Op in SF
** Barbara Bovine from NO BS News reports from the RNC - it was just too
funny not to put in!
** latest news on oil privatization and election SHAM in Iraq!
** ... with special guests Matt Gonzalez and Ralph Nader, shorts by
Austin-based radical ReSet Video collective, music by Monument to
Masses... AND MORE!!!
back once again by popular demand: La Colectiva de Mujeres!
Meet the kick-ass ladies of the Day Labor Program's Women's Collective.
We Love You Bay Area!!!  REPRESENT!  Hope to see you there!
Sunday, Feb. 6, 8pm Artist's Television Access
992 Valencia @ 21st   $5   GET INVOLVED!

# LEARN SKILLS in 2005 - @ CELLspace's The Media Arts Lab
Monday, February 7  CELLspace's Media Arts Lab 
2050 Bryant St. (18th btn 19th) SF 94110 view map
The Media Arts Lab is now offering workshops for the Winter term. 
Intermediate/Advanced Digital Video Editing 
Introduction to Website Development 
Practical Television Production 
Electronic Music/ Remix 
Design and Create Flyers 
Screenwriting in the Age of Final Cut Pro 
Intro to Mac Computers in Spanish . 
Winter Schedule: February 7th - March 20th 
These are 6 week workshops 
Classes begin the week of February 7th. * Start date is contingent upon enrollment. 
The deadline to sign up for classes is Friday February 4th. 
To sign up for a class, contact the CELLspace office at 415-648-7562 
or email For fees and a full class schedule,

# What¹s Really Happening in Iraq Tue, Feb 8, 2005   7:00 pm
 New College of California 777 Valencia @ 19th St.
 Report-Back from Humanitarian Aid Mission That Delivered Over $650,000 in
Aid to Falluja Refugees
Join military family members whose sons died while fighting in Iraq and
Medea Benjamin (Co-founder of Global Exchange and CODEPINK: Women for Peace)
for a report-back from their unprecedented trip to the Jordanian/Iraqi
border. The Families for Peace delegation delivered over $650,000 worth of
medical and humanitarian aid for the thousands of refugees made homeless by
the U.S. attack on Falluja in November. Tuesday, February 8th, 7 PM, New
College Theatre, 777 Valencia Street, San Francisco. $5 Suggested donation,
no one turned away for lack of funds. For more information, call
415.255.7296 or visit

# Nina Hagen at DNA Lounge Wed Feb 9 8pm - 2am. 
 Performing live: Nina Hagen, Jill Tracy

# RTFM Records and Refraction Present: Love and Gravity 
Fri Feb 11  9pm-2am  Infinite Kaos  136 Taylor @ Turk / Eddy $10 
Artemis: Gravity CD release party 

# New monthly KFC protest in SF starting Feb 12
Join BAV as we stick up for the chickens and protest the Colonel's secret ingredient (animal cruelty) and distribute vegetarian starter kits at KFCs in San Francisco. 
With eleven KFCs in San Francisco, we will be leafleting a different store every month. 
New or experienced activists are welcome. This is a monthly event, usually happening on the 2nd Saturday but check calendar to confirm. If you can't make this date but want to help at future ones, please email me. For more info on this nationwide campaign to get KFC to mandate better conditions for the chickens slaughtered, click here
When: 2/12/05 Sat, 12:00pm - 1:00pm    
Where: SF - 4150 Geary Blvd (5th & 6th St) 
What: KFC Protest (Monthly 2nd Sat) 

# OPEN HEARTS Valentine¹s Benefit for the Seva Tsunami Relief Fund
 The Rasa family invites the Bay Area community
to gather and send our unified prayers
and abundance to the tsunami survivors.
 We welcome you to join with us
in opening our hearts this Valentine¹s weekend
to help soothe the suffering of our brothers and
sisters in South East Asia.
 Saturday February 12th 7-10:30 p.m.
Program and Performances 10:30 ­ until late Dance Celebration
 Entry Donation $15 - $500
 Studio Rasa, Berkeley 933 Parker St Between 8th and 9th 
 Program and Performances 7:30 ­ 10:30
Opening  Invocation
ANCIENT FUTURE World Fusion Music
With Matthew Monfort on scalloped fret guitar,
Salah Takesh on Arabic Percussion,
and Mariah Parker on Hammered Dulcimer

Dick and W Act Ed Holmes and Amos Glick

Report on Relief Efforts

SASHA BUTTERFLY And Friends Soulful Acoustic Serenade

WES  SCOOP NISKER Buddhist Author and Meditation Teacher
Guest Host, KPFA

David Rucker, Sandi Thompson, Suzette Burrous, and
Heather Munro Pierce    TransDance 
Dance Celebration 10:30 until late
 CLAY The Yoga/Tai Chi Collective
Prizes include retreats at Spirit Rock, massage gift
certificates, Studio Rasa Memberships, and more...

# Saturday February 12th 9pm until the rooster crows
Raindance we invite to join us in  celebration of Chinese New Year

the coming year will be Year 4702 by Chinese calendar
Year of the Rooster or the Green Wooden Chicken

The Annual precession will start @ 11:30 pm 
so arrive early so that you do not miss out we have some very special performance lined up for you

We are honored to have Leung's White Crane Lion Dancers 
check out these video clips, this must be seen to be believed
Goddess of Funk with members of Suco performing with Hipnaughtica
and a manashery of circus freaks
And of course our very own Dragon Dance
make your own Rooster Mask and join the precession !

for audio pleasure and bass healing we will
the legendary bass of the El Circo sound system
fuzed with the knowledge of magnetic  

Visual enhancement by DAX

The Wizards of da  rhythmic sorcery 
Lorin (Bassnectar) *Jeno (Wicked) * Brother (13 Moon Tribe)
Little John (Raindance, 13 Moon Tribe), Adam (Raindance)
Shawn & Laura (EFL)

presale is recommended to avoid a line and or disappointment 
the first 100 presales will be $15 the $20
tickets will be available online now @
or these following locations by Jan 28th
Streetlight Records in Santa Cruz 939 Pacific Ave
Distractions on Haight St in San Francisco

CELL SPACE 2050 Bryant @ 18th st. San Francisco 

# "Smart Dust & Silicon Swarms:
The Brilliant New World of  Mobile Sensor Nanomesh Networks"
Sunday, February 13, 2005  1 - 5 p.m. at
Round Table Pizza
Banquet Room on 2nd Floor
5160 Geary Blvd. (at 16th Ave.)
San Francisco, California

Philip Langton
Nikola Tesla is widely acknowledged as the father of Robotics, but  even Tesla might pause in awe to ponder some of the potential applications of technologies Philip Langton is working to develop.  His research could eventually lead to scalable nanomesh net applications such as: smart  shipping labels that report damage, spray on computers or a robo-insect air force.

How  will smart dust particles talk to each other?  What are the most likely nanomesh  products to reach consumers soon?  Might we see a computer in a can in 3 years?    What are the costs and dangers of this new technology?  Mr. Langton has some  fascinating answers to share.

Philip  Langton is a second-generation Silicon Valley engineer / inventor expert in Optical Frequency Identification Devices (OFID),  Micro-Electro- Mechanical Systems (MEMS) and process control manufacturing,   Philip  recently received the first patents (US #6553481  and #6772239)  ever issued for a self-, one-time only, programmable (SOTOP™).  single-circuit  secure memory device (SCSMD).

Parking is available on the street or for $ 2 per hour in the  garage nearby behind ROSS Dept. Store.  For more information about the  San Francisco Tesla Society, call (415) 931-2593, or visit us online at

# February 16 is Global Warming Awareness Day
On February 16, 2005, the world's first global warming treaty will
become effective. The treaty requires industrialized countries to
limit, by 2008-2012, their annual emissions of greenhouse gases to
the atmosphere to 5.2 percent below 1990 level of emissions.

The United States is the largest emitter of greenhouse gases in the
world. Governmental leaders of the U.S. did not ratify the Kyoto
Treaty. Consequently, the United States is not subject to the
requirements of the Kyoto Treaty. Seventy-one countries ratified the
treaty, as of January 20, 2005.

Meanwhile, Earth's globally averaged land, ocean and atmospheric
temperatures have continued to increase, especially since about 1980.
Scientists have reported that temperatures across the globe rose an
average of 1.1 degree Fahrenheit over the past century, with the rate
of change since 1976 at roughly three times that over the past 100
years. A large majority of the world's scientists attribute the last
30 years of warming to rising accumulations of heat-
trapping "greenhouse gases" in the atmosphere. Greenhouse gases such
as carbon dioxide - the most abundant of the greenhouse gases -
remain suspended in the atmosphere upwards of 100 years, with each
year's emissions accumulating with the previous and the subsequent
years of emissions.

In 2003, U.S. emissions of greenhouse gases totaled 6.94 billion
metric tons of carbon dioxide equivalent, which was 0.7 percent
higher than 2002's total U.S. emissions and 13.4 percent higher than
1990's total emissions of 6.12 billion metric tons of carbon dioxide
equivalent (U.S. Energy Information Administration, "Emissions of
Greenhouse Gases in the United States 2003", December 2004).

February 16, 2005 is being recognized as "Global Warming Awareness
Day" in the United States. Recommended actions for people in the U.S.
to take on Global Warming Awareness Day 2005 can be found by
accessing the following web site:


# Freebeats and Subductive present Friday February 18, 2005
ALIEN AUTOPSY: Featuring Surgeon
An evening of  inquiry, examination, and discovery in a clandestine research facility, featuring internationally celebrated aural specialist, DJ Surgeon.
Guest Physicians in the Operating Room:
Surgeon  Terrac  Red Stickman  DJ Disconnect  
With Hosting Physicians:
DJ Yap (Freebeats) Plateshifter (Subductive)
Bay Area Location
Info-line will be posted on the website closer to the date of the event
All information will be kept updated on the website leading up to the date
Pre-sale price $10 Door price $15

# 5th Annual Conference for Young Women Affected by Breast Cancer Feb 19-20, 2005; 96th Meeting American Association for Cancer Research April 16-20, 2005; SABCS 2005 Breast Cancer Action

# February 21-25: Take Action Against  DR-CAFTA
Help give Bush the first major  defeat of his 2nd term!
Please join our ActionLA Listserv
go to:
or send e-mail to:

# Punch Going Away Party Fri Feb 25 8pm - 4am 155 10th St @ Mission
 Live Hip Hop  Most Chill Slackmob  Psychokinetics  Felonious
 Dance Performances  Sistas of the Underground  Flo-Ology
 DJ Code 538  DJ Colly (Dub Shack) Selector Colly
DJ Vanka  Romanowski  Jboogie
 Hosted by  Ryan Greene
 Photos and Visuals by  Danielle Barnett, Nick Kasimatis
 Sponsored by Flavor Group, Exact-Science, Music For America

# Puget Sound - Olympic - Vancouver Island Bioregional Rendezvous Feb. 26/27...

# February 26th-27th, 2005: BURMA, REALIZING THE DREAM
The Second Annual Working Conference of US Campaign for Burma
How grassroots citizens can help 50 million people in their struggle 
for human rights, freedom, and democracy
George Washington University, Washington, DC

# Thu Mar 3: 1st Thurs Art Receptions @ 49 Geary 5:30-7:30p FREE
12 galleries on 4 floors. Cross Streets Market, 3rd St. Do not miss: aerial photos of mining operations. 4th Floor

# Kinky Salon presents.... Thu Mar 3 7:00 PM
 Mission Control  2519 Mission @ 21st  94110 
 415 789 8513
Redefining Our Relationships 
with Wendy-O Matik 
Author of the book, Redefining Our Relationships- Guidelines for Responsible Open Relationships 
$10 – $20, sliding scale 
This is a daring and provocative how-to workshop on radically defined relationships and alternative lifestyles. Wendy-O Matik talks about what she has lived and experienced: open relationships. She believes that open relationships reduce the hazards that accompany unhealthy co-dependency. Open relationships challenge us to confront our jealousy and possessiveness. Committing to a relationship not mapped out by our parents or society or Hollywood means tearing down the very foundation of status quo and conformity. It means redefining and rebuilding your own version of an alternative relationship based on your needs and your values. 
Loving openly and freely in this day and age, whether you're straight or queer, is a political act. We are conditioned by out-moded social norms that limit our perceptions and shackle us to unhealthy cycles of dissatisfying relationships. Yet we live in a time where we can choose our own gender or redefine our own sexual identity. Isn't it safe to assume that we also have a right to decide what kind of relationship is more suitable to our lifestyle? Declare yourself a revolutionary activist of the heart. Find out how you can expand your potential to love,and radicalize your lifestyle! 
Check out the East Bay Express article about Wendy-O here:

 On Saturday night March 5th, your burning friends from across the Bay will converge at SOMArts in SF to celebrate Burning Solstinox, the mid-point between burns. Do NOT miss this one - we’ll be halfway home.

# Photographer and tree-hugger Jack Gescheidt here, with news that the TreeSpirit is going public again, as part of the monthly Sausalito Artwalk, opening on Wed. evening, March 9th, 2005, from 5:30-8pm.  Save this evening on your calendar!   
Fellow photographer/artist—and tree-lover—John Wilmer is being generous enough to open up his beautiful studio space for this month-long TreeSpirit exhibition @ 333B Caledonia St in dowtown Sausalito (just a couple of blocks from the theater).
For those who've not seen them, see archivally framed large prints, and for those who have, see the largest print so far—40"x50".  And meet fellow tree-lovers, including many participants in the Project so far who will be in attendance (clothed; sorry).
Refreshments & hors doeuvres will be served.  I look forward to seeing  many of you there—mark your calendars! in love with trees, Jack 415.668.5225 

 Building the Movement to Stop Global Warming
Weekend Workshop March 11-13, 2005, Malibu CA
Environmental Education Services in a partnership with Green House Network

# War Tax Resistance Workshop- Palo Alto
Saturday March 12, 9-Noon
Palo Alto Friends New Meeting House
957 Colorado Avenue, Palo Alto, CA
(510) 843-9877 €
Unhappy about the U.S. policy on militarism, stop paying your taxes.  More than half of our federal
income taxes are being used for war. Find out more about this form of conscientious objection at our
introductory workshop.  Topics will include:
-- Creative legal protests
-- Refusing to pay all or part of federal taxes and the possible consequences of this form of civil disobedience
-- Living below the level of taxable income
-- Phone tax resistance
-- Redirecting resisted taxes to local alternative funds and/or community organizations
-- Local support networks for war tax resisters
Northern California War Tax Resistance
(510) 843-9877 €
Thank you for working for peace! 
To join listserve send blank email to:

# She Creates Sat Mar 12 7-10 PM 965 Mission St.
 group art exhibit celebrating International Women's Day. 

# March 15th, 2005, will mark the ninth year of the International Day
Against Police Brutality (IDAPB). It first began in 1997 as an initiative
of the Black Flag collective in Switzerland, with the help of the Montreal
Collective Opposed to Police Brutality. The date was chosen because on
March 15th, two children, aged 11 and 12, were beaten by the Swiss police.


# Mar 19,20 Anniv of 2003 bombing of IRAQ - GENERAL STRIKE
Massive Global Protests: 

# Interdependance Day Week End - A New Global Holiday Launch
Sunday, March 20 12:00 PM
We are inviting together a team of like-minded souls who wish to cooperate to produce an amazing global transformational event in mid-March. 
Interdependance Day is a celebrating of the inherent connection of All That Is and the Expression of a Universal Culture based on the realization that All is Related and Mutual. We are inviting Creators of all type to join together to make a most Inspiring Evocation of our Collective Spirit. 
Core to Buddhism is the realization that everything arises as an interdependent whole, that there is no separation. It is this illusion of separation that is the source of suffering, the ills of the world or "samsara". Realization and Embodiment of Interdependence is in like measure core to Our Original Expression. 
To this end we have recently started a new tribe, the "Interdependence Day" tribe to coordinate the creation of this event. You are invited to join us, too. 
Our tribe format is based a self-organizing model/experiment using, as a collaborative "software" venue to organize and implement the launch in March of Interdependance Day.

# "Central Park Belongs to the People--March on Central Park on March 20 
to End the Occupation!"

#  San Francisco Anarchist Bookfair on March 26th
? Golden Gate Park ? Stanyan @ Waller / Kezar Pavillion ?
Panel Including Ward Churchill Cancelled in New York
February 1, 2005: University of Colorado Boulder Professor and longtime American Indian activist Ward Churchill has come under increasing criticism recently because of his view of why the September 11th events happened and could occur again. Prof. Churchill was scheduled to speak at Hamilton College in New York state this Thursday, and family members of people who died in the 9/11 incidents have been protesting his right to speak. Hamilton's website this afternoon indicated that the panel, "Limits on Dissent", has been cancelled due to "safety concerns," even after the event had been moved to a larger building. Churchill's speeches, essay, and book entitled "On the Justice of Roosting Chickens" earned national media attention in the leadup to the cancellation of the event. On January 31st he resigned his post as Chair of the Department of Ethnic Studies at the University of Colorado, but not his teaching position. Churchill is scheduled to speak at the San Francisco Anarchist Bookfair on March 26th

# May 20-29 Portland, OR Village Building Convergence 5
Human-Scale Community Action at the Urban Crossroads
Ready to change the world starting in your neighborhood? intersection repair

Do not feed the machine April 15th. GENERAL STRIKE
Northern California War Tax Resistance announce list. (510) 843-9877
Infor/support for conscientious war tax resisters in the SF Bay Area.

# Five years after thousands of activists came to Washington 
DC in the first mass show in the U.S. of dissent and solidarity with the global 
struggle against the World Bank and IMF, the Mobilization for Global Justice is 
calling for people to come to Washington DC April 15-17th, 2005 to protest the 
institutions during their semi-annual spring meetings and to celebrate the 
other, more just world that is under construction due to the daily resistance 
of millions of people worldwide! 
For More Information and to Get Involved: 
Visit E-mail 

# 5th Annual Conference for Young Women Affected by Breast Cancer Feb 19-20, 2005; 96th Meeting American Association for Cancer Research April 16-20, 2005; SABCS 2005 Breast Cancer Action

# Bicycle Film Festival: Call For Entries
Sunday, May 1 2005  - Tuesday, May 31 2005 
 New York, Los Angles, San Francisco, Tokyo, and London! Haight Ashbury
 212 726 8505

(Formerly Health & Harmony Festival)
Northern California's premiere community celebration of progressive culture
Music * Arts * Ecology * Healthful Living
Saturday and Sunday, June 11th-12th, 2005.
Sonoma County Fairgrounds, Santa Rosa, CA
11AM - 8PM Saturday? 11AM - 7PM Sunday
Saturday Night Dance?? 8PM - 12 PM

Any law that is repugnant to the Constitution of the United States
of America is NULL and VOID.  Marburry v. Madison -1803

-The Geneva convention instructs us to resist genocide by any means necessary.
-The US constitution directs us to overthrow our government if it fails to represent us.

If a cop does not understand these laws, you can arrest him for impersonating an officer.

Get used to ignoring or arresting officers who do not understand the US Constitution.
For updates and info, contact scott at planttrees dot org.