National ObserverTree Poster Extravaganza Week!
Okay, I’ve been up here for over four weeks now. Still no sign of a conservartion agreement that will protect this forest, and the loggers are due back on January 16th. We need to amp up the pressure and spread the word as much as possible. It’s been going all around facebook, which is great. Now it’s time to take it to the streets. Please get on board and help!
Just follow these easy steps:
1. Choose your method of information dissmention.
a) Black and white poster- put it up everywhere you can
b) Letter box drop leaflet – just let us know which areas so there isn’t overlap.
c) Hand out flyers on the street – pick any place where there’s people and give them out
d) Colour poster – contact us and we’ll post you copies of the colour poster that you can put up in places like cafes, shops, community notice boards etc.
2. Print out the relevent flyer or poster below. For colour posters, or if you have difficulty accessing a printer – send us an email and we can post some to you: email@example.com. P.s: Make sure printing is done on recyled paper 😉
3. Get out on the streets – poster, flyer, letter-box drop till you drop!!
In addition to the poster explosion… get your thinking caps on for more ways that we can get the word out there to the masses. Please let us know if you come up with any ideas -we’d love to hear from you.
FLYERS AND POSTERS TO DOWNLOAD:
ObserverTree flyer (front)
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ObserverTree flyer (back)
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Posted on January 14, 2012, in Events, Posters / Flyers. Bookmark the permalink. 4 Comments.
Mass arrests like they had in the OLD days of the Franklin, its the only way to fight this insanity, I will be there with bells on!!!!
Does anyone know who Gillard and Giddings supposedly represent beside their own self-interests and those of their Labor apparachiks?
It seems Gillard’s Government yesterday announced ‘interim legal protection for 428,000 ha’ ahead of tomorrow’s scheduled return of recidivist logging. [The Australian:
This is good news. But the process is duplicitous and sly. Tasmania’s 2011 Forests Agreement is a community agreement about public forest protection involving taxpayer funded FT so what moral right does the Labor Party have to deny the process being public – i.e. transparent and open? Why is the forest map not publicly online? Which 1950ha get the chainsaw and why? Professor Jonathan West, Chair of the Independent Verification Group has a lot to answer for.
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