We drive our cars to pins placed on maps.
Therefore, social mapping will be a powerful force for social movements.
(listen up, Elon)
Exchanges of ideas lead to new flows of materials.
Kind of Animal: Donkey
Living Conditions and Duration (if known): Small, poop-filled pen, with no friends or room to stroll. Owner, Jack, says that he only feeds Rudy hay and doesn’t take him for walks. (Rudy loves apples.) A longtime visitor of the area estimates this situation has been ongoing for about 9 years.
Signs of Distress: Rudy’s lonely-sounding honks resonate across the valley several times a day; he nips at hands (feed with palm open)
Claimed Owner: Jack
Access Instructions: Find the “Donkey Xing” sign on the road then go north down the slope beside the house. Rudy’s little pen is easily visible.
Recommended Action: Coordinated protests may help Jack consider sending Rudy to greener, larger pastures.
Do you run a sanctuary? Map your sanctuary!
Know of other animals in distress? Map an AID‼️ note!
Discuss liberation options in the comments section.
Beginning study of current vegetation, animal inhabitants, and decomposing biomass. Also survey neighborhood for receptivity to community composting and growing native, edible landscapes. Reach out to me at [email protected] for more info on collaboration.
The Plantathon at Life Force consists of gathering donated plants and seeds and finding locations to plant them.
Activity Leaders (tentative): Leela, Jeff, Kaitlyn, Ben, Michael
Materials: shovels, plant protector fences, stakes, container plants & seed packets.
Former resident reports that in 2012 there were futile volunteer efforts to tackle invasive passionflower, poison oak, caster bean, arundo.
Passionflower color is 🟣