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EPIC’s 2018-2019 Annual Report

The Environmental Protection Information Center is proud to present the 2018-2019 Annual Report featuring our achievements, highlights and statistics from 2018 and a sneak peak into the coming year. We invite you to take some time, pour a cup of tea and check what we have been working on to further the protection and restoration of our region’s forests and wildlife. From endangered species protections and timber sale litigation, to challenging big timber’s sustainability certifications, EPIC staff has kept a full court press on industry and agencies to preserve one of the most iconic forest ecosystems on the planet for more than four decades, and we will continue do this public interest work for years to come.

Mark your calendar! Enclosed is an official announcement for the EPIC Fall Celebration, which will be an evening to remember honoring Dennis Cunningham, the attorney for the pepper spray trials, followed by Delhi 2 Dublin, a Canadian world music group that connects roots to future with a heavy electronic backbone, live traditional Indian instruments, and the stunning punjabi-english vocals of frontman Sanjay Seran. The event will be held at the Mateel Community Center on Saturday, November 9th, 2019. Stay tuned for event details and ticket info.

In a time when bedrock environmental policies are on the chopping block and big business is striving to take whatever it can, we need your help to grow stronger. In the coming year, we will be working double time to weather this political storm and continue sticking up for the forests, rivers and wildlife of the Pacific northwest. With you by our side, EPIC will face these challenges head on to ensure that lasting protections are in place to safeguard wild California.

If our annual report is your usual cue to make a financial contribution, please make a donation online by clicking here. Remember, its people like you who make our work possible.

“Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed people can change the world. Indeed, it is the only thing that ever has.” -Margaret Mead


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