Convicted eco-vandal Briana Waters has been sentenced to six years in federal prison and was ordered to pay $6 million in restitution for her role in the 2001 blaze that destroyed a University of Washington horticulture center. Waters was a student at The Evergreen State College in Olympia, Wash., at the time and allegedly acted as a lookout for members of the Earth Liberation Front who were accused of setting the fire. Waters was the only one of the group who went to trial; two of the women pleaded guilty and testified against her; one man killed himself in jail; and the other, Justin Solondz, is on the run. At her sentencing, Waters told the court, “I do believe our planet is in need of healing but not through violence and force. … I don’t agree with property destruction or violence. I don’t want to be a martyr for any cause. My cause is to take care of my family.”