Here are the specifics we got from Krow and her family on a new fundraiser. Between the lawyer legal fees and fines Krow is looking at a pretty hefty bill to pay raking close to nine grand.

Krow created a “Rad Enviro Fund” below which breaks down the percentage of your donation here. If you wish to donate just to Krow’s legal fees be sure to write that down.

1.) 40% for my (Katie Kloth) legal fees (& some envelopes for correspondence and phone calls)

2.) 40% for the womyn warrior project, which entails: A. Utilizes ‘resources’ for forest/ecological defense in the Northwest Great Lakes Bioregion (NWGLB) Utilize finds to procurement mycellium for mycorediatory direct action projects in NWGLB. Finish “The ethnobotany of (the) Penokee Hills” zine/book nd host a womyn-oriented (queer and trans inclusive) rad gathering and skills shre in the spring of 2016 in the NWGLB (Time and Location TBA)

3.) 10% to the production of EarthFirst! Journal

4.) 10% to the non-religious house-less shelter projecT in Ashland, WI

Listed below are a few different steps and ideas on ways to send support to Krow. In these hard times we know everyone doesn’t always have money to give but your support or thoughts go a long way as well!

A.) Write Krow a letter:

Katie Kloth
300 Taconite Street
Suite 226
Hurley, WI 54534

All letters must have Katie Kloth written and not Krow Kloth or they will not be received.

All letters must have a return address as well.

B.) Support Krow’s Legal fees and Projects:

Send Check or Money order to:

Brokaw Credit Union or BCU
P.O. Box 199
Weston, WI 54476
Place Katie Kloth’s name and account number on the memo of your check or money order.

C.) You can also use Bill Pay as a way to support through
Online banking go to:
1. Pay a bill
2.) payable to BUC
3.) Memo line Katie Kloth
4.) Or ask your credit union or bank about how to transfer.

D.) Send check to Karen Kloth, Katie’s Mother who is the main contact in legal fund.
Her address is as follows:

Karen Kloth
2504 Parkway Lane
Weston, WI 54476

In the struggle and for the wild-

Penokee Defenders