Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Actor-John-C--Reilly-at-Press-Conference-27MZIFLYFLJC.htmlConceptually similarBLM Boundary SignGP01M1FCompleted★★★★Actor John C. Reilly at Press ConferenceGP01H1OCompleted★★★★A Douglas Fir TreeGP01KWUCompleted★★★★A Douglas Fir TreeGP01KWVCompleted★★★★A Douglas Fir TreeGP01KWWCompleted★★★★A Douglas Fir TreeGP01KWXCompleted★★★★★★A Douglas Fir TreeGP01KWYCompleted★★★★BLM Boundary Sign on Tree in OregonGP01M1ACompleted★★★★BLM Boundary Sign on Tree in OregonGP01M1BCompleted★★★★View AllGP01H1PActor John C. Reilly at Press ConferenceActor John C. Reilly speaks out in support of Greenpeace’s campaign calling for a moratorium on commercial logging on public lands in the United States, and for increased protection and restoration efforts. Reilly is taking part in a press conference held near the site of Greenpeace's Forest Rescue Station. Greenpeace established the FRS at the site of the proposed Kelsey Whiskey timber sale.Locations:Medford BLM-Oregon-Rogue River-United States of America-Zane Grey Roadless AreaDate:9 Jun, 2005Credit:© Greenpeace / Dang NgoMaximum size:2464px X 1648pxKeywords:Actors-Celebrities-Day-Forest Rescue Station-Forests (campaign title)-Forests (topography)-KWCI (GPI)-Low angle view-Men-One person-Outdoors-Rivers-ValleysShoot:Forest Rescue Station in OregonGreenpeace's Forest Rescue Station, located on public lands managed by the U.S. Bureau of Land Management (BLM), aims to educate the public and pressure the Bush administration to cancel the Kelsey Whisky timber sale. This sale proposes approximately 500 acres of ancient forest logging in this Roadless Area. The station is open to the public for workshops, hikes and other educational activities and is a hub for Greenpeace's campaign calling for a moratorium on commercial logging on public lands in the United States, and for increased protection and restoration efforts. The BLM and other federal agencies have allowed extensive logging and road building in ancient forests across the USA, destroying forests and key fish habitats and costing taxpayers billions of dollars in net losses and direct subsidies to logging corporations.