Event week "Alle Bäume Bleiben"

Skillshare-Camp from 29.09.-06.10.21

From 01.10. the tree cutting season also starts in the ZAD Rheinland. In Lützerath RWE wants to generate further facts. We will prevent this!
We will resolutely stand in the way of the expected clearing work and will fight here in Lützerath for a climate-just future.
We will build tree houses, towers and huts. In workshops we will teach each other skills to safely(!) go into action and protect trees from being cut down!

From 01st October the tree cutting season begins. That means concretely for Lützerath that all trees, which do not stand on the property of the last farmer of Lützerath, may be cleared by RWE.They are to be destroyed in order to be able to continue mining lignite, as if no damage would result and as if no one would object.
However, they have done their calculations without us. We will set up a camp in the middle of Lützerath, with the usual infrastructure of a Küfa ((Kitchen for All) Except for fascists, that is important!)), compost toilets and workshop tents. Here we will prepare for actions, because from 01.10. the clearing machines could come.They are to be destroyed in order to be able to continue mining lignite, as if no damage would result and as if no one would object.
However, they have done their calculations without us. We will set up a camp in the middle of Lützerath, with the usual infrastructure of a Küfa ((Kitchen for All) Except for fascists, that is important!)), compost toilets and workshop tents. Here we will prepare for actions, because from 01.10. the clearing machines can start rolling.And should they not come for any reason, we will gain all the more time to build tripods, huts and tree houses in construction workshops, because from 01.11. the final destructioon of Lützerath is possible. So don’t just come for the action week, but stay to preserve Lützerath.

Important:

– Tent, (winter) sleeping bag and sleeping pad( if you have a second old one to sit on), earplugs.

– Weatherproof, warm clothing, preferably clothes that you can wear in layers if it is colder:

-Rain/Winter jacket

-wool socks (at least two pairs)

-Thermo underwear

-cap, scarf, gloves

-neck gaiter and rain poncho

– Sturdy shoes (which may get dirty, e.g. hiking or winter boots)
– Hygiene products
– Refillable water bottle
– Medication that you will need on a regular basis

-If you normally wear contact lenses, also bring a pair of glasses to be on the safe side

-A complete second set of dry clothes, can be the biggest luxury ever

Nice to have:

-Snacks: nuts, bars, chocolate(Everything is less heavy with at least one bar of your favorite chocolate in your pack!)

-warming bottle and pocket warmer

-pocket- or headlamp

-Powerbank

-climbing harness and/or other sports climbing equipment

-A good book, crossword puzzle or Sudoku book (don’t forget a pen)
-Card games

-If you are even halfway proficient: feel free to bring an instrument. The sturdier the better

-Tools (cordless screwdrivers, foxtails, etc)