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Wrong Dan Brister?

Mrs. Dan Brister

Executive Director

Buffalo Field Campaign

Direct Phone: (406) ***-****       

Email: d***@***.org

Buffalo Field Campaign

P.O. Box 957

West Yellowstone, Montana 59758

United States

Company Description

BFC is the only group working in the field every day in defense of the last wild buffalo population in the U.S. more

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Background Information

Education

BA degree
English and Environmental Studies
University of Vermont

MS
Environmental Studies
University of Montana

Masters of Science degree

The University of Montana

graduate degree

Web References (198 Total References)


Buffalo Field Campaign: Working to Stop the Yellowstone Bison Slaughter

www.buffalofieldcampaign.org [cached]

In the Presence of Buffalo by BFC Executive Director Dan Brister

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By Daniel Brister, Executive Director for Buffalo Field Campaign


In the Presence of Buffalo by ...

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In the Presence of Buffalo by BFC Executive Director Dan Brister

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By Daniel Brister, Executive Director for Buffalo Field Campaign


LivingTreeCommunity.com - Editorial: The Elephant In The Room

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Dan Brister Executive Director Buffalo Field Campaign


Jim's Eclectic World: A few words on a beautiful soul injured and arrested documenting Yellowstone bison struggle

www.yellowstone-online.com [cached]

In April 2002, I wrote about Dan Brister of Buffalo Field Campaign:

Dan was a beautiful soul. I doubt I have ever met a more pleasant person, and I have met many pleasant people in my life. I just felt helpless, though, trying to convey how much I loved Yellowstone, and I felt small because in my heart I knew he must love it more.
On May 9, 2007, Dan Brister--who is the man on the left holding the banner during the April 2002 march--was injured and arrested while videotaping hazing operations perpetrated against Yellowstone's bison like he has for so many years.
I lost touch with Dan as priorities changed and life imploded around me, but I have never forgotten him. It makes me sad that he has gone through this and yet happy that he remains defiant and vigilant working on behalf of those who are victims of politics and economics based on a misplaced sense of entitlement.
I have witnessed and encountered many similar situations with law enforcement over the years. My firsthand encounters are so palpably similar to what has been described by Buffalo Field Campaign in their press releases that I must admit that I cannot imagine another side to this story, not after having met Dan, not after having seen police in action in situation after situation. I suspect that some of you reading this will be quick to jump to a different opinion, though you have not seen firsthand the kind of things police routinely do to anyone who has the nerve to stand up against their crimes. There are several accounts on this blog alone that tell you what we deal with here, in public, with a police force trained to deal with activists.
I'm sickened, even though I have grown to expect it to happen. It hits a raw nerve in me. The least I can do is raise up Dan Brister and point people to what's going on not only in the case of he and his friends but with the bison of Yellowstone.
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However, I am not really going to write about the facts of a case neither of us know nothing about (except in my case some firsthand knowledge of Dan) but rather on the whole notion of civil disobedience . I am not going to say that resisting arrest makes a great deal of tactical sense; I am talking instead about the question of what civil disobedience is and whether that's the only appropriate social response to unjust activities.


"The brucellosis argument has been ...

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"The brucellosis argument has been discredited so much that they're shifting their argument and saying there are surplus bison that need to be killed," said Dan Brister, executive director of the Buffalo Field Campaign. "You never hear anyone talking about surplus elk or other wildlife species. We really want to see bison treated like elk and other wildlife."

Brister's group has tallied more than 90 bison killed so far this winter by hunters.

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