Visiting Camp

What to expect

-If you are BIPOC they will help you out with getting sleeping bags. Whites are expected to bring their own (BYOB).
-There’s food, shower with warm water, a compost toilet
-It gets muddy when rainy
-skills always needed
-there will be a form online for people to fill out to come down
-bringing kids is iffy. Talk to the camp about it.
-There’s parking
-There are dogs and cats
-No drugs, alcohol, or pot.
-Most importantly, come with respect, humility, and an intention to decolonize. Recognize whose project you are contributing to, respect others’ experience, be mindful of the space you take up or claiming ownership over things you have not earned.

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