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Poetry: Positive Feedback & Tree Waltz

by Linh Nguyen Positive Feedback ever wonder why we destroy something so beautiful? that river where our blood runs beating in measured harmonies to life surrounding, singing in glory that forest of trails where we once walked joy escaping through quaking leaves, each footstep lighting stories, inspiring movies, music, and poetry that ocean of our … Continue reading Poetry: Positive Feedback & Tree Waltz

Earth At Risk 2014 Videos Available

Earth At Risk, sponsored by Fertile Ground Institute in November 2014, featured many of today’s most important activists and thinkers in environmentalism, anti-capitalism, anti-imperialism, anti-colonialism, radical feminism, and anti-racism. With keynote speakers Derrick Jensen, Alice Walker, Vandana Shiva, Chris Hedges, and Thomas Linzey; plus multiple panels, the event was full of insightful and inspiring discussions. … Continue reading Earth At Risk 2014 Videos Available

On the road to home from Standing Rock

Jennifer Murnan / Deep Green Resistance Colorado Thin Blue Line Flagged two times Curious? “The Line is what police officers protect, the barrier between anarchy and a civilized society, between order and chaos, between respect for decency and lawlessness.” Blue line Slap down Smack down Dogs dripping blood Mace Tear gas Pepper spray Pushing Violating … Continue reading On the road to home from Standing Rock

Why the Mountain

Why any mountain? Appalachian mountains, destroyed by mountaintop removal streams buried under rubble of valley fills… … who are we, humankind to remodel the flesh of this earth – – cutthroat surgeons sinfully rich reshaping mounds and curves… Tainting soil and groundwater toxic metals selenium sulphate magnesium degrading water quality of streams and rivers left … Continue reading Why the Mountain

Drought in Washington / Shelter-Building Workshop

This past weekend, we hosted a shelter-building workshop to work on outdoor skills, grow our connection to Earth, and build community. It was a small event but we had a great time. The photo here shows what we built at the base of a mother Cedar tree. — Editorial note: this poem by our good … Continue reading Drought in Washington / Shelter-Building Workshop

Sacred Water Tour — Updates

In about two months, we’ll be helping to lead the Sacred Water Tour in eastern Nevada, on traditional lands of the Goshute and Shoshone nations. We’re in the thick of planning the trip and coordinating with activists in the area. The latest news, which we’re pleased to announce, is that our good friend and fellow … Continue reading Sacred Water Tour — Updates