Defend the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge from Oil Drilling

Folding Wildlife for the Arctic

Origami for an Interdependent World is gifting free origami crease patterns of origami arctic wildlife out of our appreciation for those who sign the petition to the U.S. Senate to keep oil drilling out of the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge. Details below.

Patagonia’s new 15-minute documentary The Refuge

For hundreds of generations, the Gwich’in people of Alaska and northern Canada have depended on the caribou that migrate through the Arctic Refuge. With their traditional culture now threatened by oil extraction and climate change, two Gwich’in women are continuing a decades-long fight to protect their land and future.

 

Sign the petition here

You can check a box there if you would rather not display your name also

 

Arctic Wildlife Origami Crease Patterns

Arctic Tern Designed and folded from a single uncut triangle of foil paper

Narwhal Designed and folded from a single uncut square of banana foil paper

Arctic Wolf Designed and folded from a single uncut hexagon of lokta foil paper

Whomever completes the following steps will receive a code to download a free crease pattern of an origami animal that lives in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge from the shop, as my thanks for sending our message to the United States Senate. After signing the petition,

  1. Forward your thank you email or screenshot from Care2 Petitions to Robert@Salazarigami.com.
  2. Receive a code for your crease pattern.
  3. Visit the shop, order the crease pattern of your choice, apply the code, and download for free!

 

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Bonus Crease Patterns

Polar Bear Designed and folded from a single uncut sheet of paper

Walrus Designed and folded from a single uncut square of bicolor lokta foil paper

Caribou Designed and folded from a single uncut sheet of paper

Whomever completes the following will receive a bonus crease pattern out of appreciate for voicing your support,

  1. Fold one of my arctic wildlife origami from a crease pattern.
  2. Post a photo of the newly folded origami online in a forum or on social media.
  3. Share a link to the petition in the description of your photo.
  4. Email a link to the post, or send a screenshot, to Robert@Salazarigami.com.
  5. Receive a code for your crease pattern.
  6. Visit the shop, order the crease pattern of your choice, apply the code, and download!

 

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