Note: I am helping with the organizing of this effort and encourage everyone to attend or find out how you can get involved with organizing. This effort starts with the buffalo but is not at all restricted to it - the focus of the group is environmental, economic, and social justice organizing local to the Gallatin Valley.
By early March, more than 800 of the buffalo living in and around Yellowstone National Park will have been killed. Concerned residents of Bozeman are beginning to organize to stop the slaughter and hazing of these magnificent creatures.
As we organize in Bozeman for the buffalo and other local issues, you are invited to attend a discussion, with Mike Mease of Buffalo Field Campaign, featuring a film documenting recent years in the bison’s struggle. This event will happen Wednesday, March 26, 7 PM, at Montana State University’s Procrastinator Theater (in Linfield 125 - on S. 11th Ave).
Mike Mease is the co-founder of Buffalo Field Campaign, a year round grassroots organization actively in the field trying to document and stop the slaughter of buffalo in and around Yellowstone.
All are welcome to attend, and admission is free.
For those interested, we will be organizing a meeting following the presentation to consider next steps.
For any other information, please sign up for the Bozeman Activist listserve by sending a blank email to:
For any particular questions, contact Chris Klatt at:
This presentation is being organized by local Bozeman residents with the intention of building a grassroots consensus-based activist organization concerned with environmental, economic and social justice issues in Bozeman and the Gallatin Valley. The possibilities are endless, and all with a heart for justice are encouraged to get involved.