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wait... wut?Curry County officials say a group sponsored by Jackson County-based Rogue Climate has admitted responsibility for the July 1 start of the nearly 400-acre Lobster Creek fire that cost more than $2 million to control.
When questioned by sheriff’s investigators last week, the group told them that, “upon the advice of their attorney,” they would not provide any detailed answers regarding how the fire started, Ward said.
“It was evident they attempted to extinguish the fire initially,” Ward said, “… but deputies were only provided very basic information from a few campers on what they saw and the cause of the fire.”
The group camped at the Lobster Creek site, which they called the Next Generation Climate Justice Action Camp, teaches youth how to protest on behalf of environmental justice, according to its website. It was hosted by the Civil Liberties Defense Center and Rogue Climate, both active environmental advocates. The weeklong camp has previously been held at Camp Latgawa, about 5 miles southwest of Fish Lake, east of Medford.
Some of the activities planned included how to plan and run environmental campaigns, media outreach skills, nonviolent protest planning, “decolonization” and “know-your-rights” trainings, according to a statement on the defense center’s website.
It also says members support “movements that seek to dismantle the political and economic structures at the root of social inequality and environmental destruction,” and provide litigation, education, legal and strategic resources for others interested in doing the same.
An art group — Signal Fire — was also slated to participate in the Lobster Creek event to teach participants how to make impactful art for protests.
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