It’s local initiatives like this that lead the charge in normalising pschedelic compounds, so, do show them your support if you have the time or inclination

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*Please help us activate the mycelial network of entheogenic supporters and forward this email to anyone in Port Townsend/Jefferson County who cares about these plants and fungi.*

Hi friends,

Thank you to all who have sent in letters/comments and inquired about additional ways you can be of support. To better coordinate our efforts, we have decided to start hosting regular Zoom meetings. Our first will be tomorrow evening (Tuesday, February 9th) from 7pm to 8pm. We will provide more advance notice for future meetings, so don’t worry if you can’t make this one. 

These meetings will be focused on growing our organization and core team. So if you are passionate about psychedelics and interested in donating your time, skills, expertise, and/or ideas to the Port Townsend Psychedelic Society, please join us!

While decriminalizing entheogens and making them accessible to those who need them most in our community is a main focus, we are also working to contribute to a healthy, psychedelically informed community that can support more of this work being done with integrity, care, and nuance. 

Some of our current needs are around community organizing, writing, creating educational materials, design, website development, social media, and networking. We are also open to your ideas and suggestions!

If you are not yet familiar with our philosophy and approach, we recommend reading through our Powerpoint presentation from our last Community Meeting:

Tomorrow’s meeting format will begin with a brief introduction about where things stand locally in the decriminalization process, including where support is needed. We will then invite each attendee to share a bit about oneself, one’s interest in psychedelics, and ways one might be interested in being involved. 

Here is the link to join us by Zoom at 7pm: