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Student working/writing on anarchism, permaculture, feminism, decolonization, affect, solidarity, autonomy, conviviality, prefiguration, joyful militancy.

Zoe Blunt's picture

Dedicated to grassroots organizing for social and environmental justice. Offers of mutual aid welcome. Phone 250-813-3569 or email

About me: Founder and director of Forest Action Network. Accomplished fundraiser, trainer, workshop leader, public speaker, writer, editor, campaigner, and litigant. Caravan to Unistoten Camp coordinator.

Non-profit experience: Pivot Legal Society, Greenpeace, Canadian Red Cross, Wilderness Committee (volunteer)

My work appears in Canadian Dimension, Focus Magazine, Dominion, People’s Voice, Adbusters, Common Ground, Counterpunch, and the Warrior Poets Society.

Planet Green says I’m one of the top Ten Inspirational Women Fighting for a Better Planet

Consult with me about:
Workshops on non-violence, media, and legal rights
Fundraiser training and development
Creating safe space and solidarity
Writing and editing
Public speaking

Thank you!

Stuart Hertzog's picture

I'm a long-time freelance writer and editor by profession as well as a print and online publication designer. I'm also an environmental and social justice advocate, running grassroots campaigns first in Vancouver and now in Victoria.

I've also researched and written in-depth reports and background papers on environmental issues. I wrote a major one: Oil and Water Don't Mix for the David Suzuki Foundation in Vancouver. This paper provided the factual basis of a successful grassroots campaign to maintain the federal and provincial moratoria on offshore oil and gas development on Canada's West Coast.

Right now, I'm very much into blogging and social network technology. I have two blogs: the somewhat neglected and Dandelion Times on ecocentrism. I also maintain an earlier portfolio web site at

I've lived in housing co-ops in the past and was active in the co-op movement, which I find to be unfortunately moribund these days. I've always wanted to be part of a media co-operative but have had no opportunity to join one.

I'd like to help start the Victoria Media Co-operative in this city.

ex - indie rock musician; now writing amongst other things. spent 20 years in Europe; born in Quebec, now in Victoria; lots of travelling. Photography, outdoors,

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