For the FBI, environmental activism — with its arson, vandalism and more — has become synonymous with "domestic terrorism." But in the forests of southern Oregon, there's been another way.
Check out a photo gallery from Chris LaMarca, a photojournalist who spent four years with a diverse group — from college kids to ranchers — working to stop old-growth logging through civil disobedience and legal action.
"We can all learn a lot from these people," he says.
It's unbelievable how smart they are, how organized they are. They're not a bunch of homeless kids being idiots running around the forest. They're a collective of strong-willed people who believe in protecting what's wild and raw.