Stories Happen in Forests: Ruddy

There are many ways we enjoy the forests, whether it’s camping, trail running, fishing, or hiking. There are also many different ways we can protect Southern forests and stand in solidarity with the people most affected by deforestation and climate change. We met up with Ruddy of Global Justice Ecology Project in Hypoluxo Scrub, a […]

Groups Launch Tour Opposing Genetically Engineered Trees in the South

As part of “GE Trees Fall,” activists from across the United States are converging on two key regions involved in the genetic engineering of trees this fall, the US Southeast and the Pacific Northwest. On September 24th, activists are gathering near Asheville, NC for a Genetically Engineered Trees (GE trees) Action Training Camp, organized by Global Justice Ecology Project, and including the participation of Indigenous Environmental Network and Dogwood Alliance