Pearlington and Camp Katrina made the front page of the San Francisco Bay Guardian newspaper this week. Steven Jones spent a week here, leaving just before I arrived, and wrote the cover story for his paper about our exploits here. It both made me proud and gave me a deeper appreciation of what's going on and at stake here in the bayou.
Jones' piece is available in print in this week's SF Bay Guardian, or online at http://www.sfbg.com/40/21/cover_katrina.html
Tom Price, one of the principal instigators of this endeavor, wrote a fantastic companion piece, "Why I'm Here", available online at http://sfbg.com/40/21/cover_why.html. This manifesto espouses my feelings about what I see and experience here far more articulately than I could myself.
The website for Burners Without Borders is at http://www.burnerswithoutborders.org.
Please take note of the Donations page -- we're pretty much entirely funded by the Burning Man community, our family and friends. A little donation goes a long way to buying diesel, bacon, and bug spray down here.
Feel free to ask questions about our endeavors here and I will do my best to respond as our solar-powered wifi and cellular modem setup allows.