Water is Life, at Sacred Water Camp, and everywhere else.
New logo and new location, now on the Suwannee River east of US 129 in Suwannee County, Florida. Last Sunday afternoon when we visited was a slow time for the camp.
Felipe, seated in the blue shirt, brought the bus and the cooking gear.
#NoDAPL, #NoSabalTrail, #WaterIsLife.
During the week school groups come out for education, and a group of nurses were expected later that afternoon. So this is an educational camp in addition to staging for documenting what Sabal Trail is doing and making them do it right. It was Sacred Water Camp that discovered Sabal Trail was extracting water from the Santa Fe River, apparently without a permit.
Gregory sent a video he and Jordan made showing pictures of many people protecting water and land at the Suwannee and Santa Fe Rivers and elsewhere.
Don’t poison the future away.
Previously I visited Gregory Payne shortly after he started the camp north of I-10. Plus more pictures from the ground around that former location. You can see the easement markers the Suwannee County Sheriff made Sabal Trail put up after Sacred Water Camp complained there weren’t any, in these WWALS pictures from the air of Sabal Trail destruction there and for a hundred miles around; thanks for the flight, Southwings.
This camp is not a WWALS project, but WWALS supports this and other nonviolent legal opposition to the Sabal Trail pipeline. WWALS members, such as Debra Johnson, in these pictures, can of course do whatever they want to.
You can join this fun and work by becoming a WWALS member today!