Categories Archives: Culture of Resistance » Listening to the Land

The Wisdom of the Toads

By Boris Forkel / Deep Green Resistance Germany I want to tell you a story. A story about permaculture, food chains, friendship, love and death. People are storytellers. We transport information through stories, or narratives, to use the more sophisticated term. Actually I wanted to go with my good friend Cengiz to a political event, … Continue reading The Wisdom of the Toads

Until Only Scars Remain

By Will Falk / Originally published in Canary Literary Magazine Featured image: “Smog, Salt Lake Valley, and Wasatch Mountains” by Max Wilbert, CC BY-NC-SA 4.0 I want to give up. Each morning the headlines are heavier and my heart buckles under the load. A United Nations report, prepared by 145 experts from 50 countries, warns … Continue reading Until Only Scars Remain

Tiokasin Ghosthorse, Cheyenne River Lakota Sioux—Derrick Jensen Resistance Radio

This interview with Tiokasin Ghosthorse took place on July 14, 2019, on Derrick Jensen‘s radio show “Resistance Radio,” which is broadcast on the Progressive Radio Network. Tiokasin Ghosthorse—a member of the Cheyenne River Lakota Nation of South Dakota—is an international speaker on Peace, Indigenous and Mother Earth perspective. A survivor of the “Reign of Terror” … Continue reading Tiokasin Ghosthorse, Cheyenne River Lakota Sioux—Derrick Jensen Resistance Radio

Practical Sustainability: Lessons from African Indigenous Cultures

In this episode of Resistance Radio, Derrick Jensen speaks with  Helga Vierich. Helga Vierich did her doctorate at University of Toronto, after three years of living with Bushmen in the Kalahari. Then she was hired as principal anthropological research scientist at a green revolution institute in West Africa. Subsequently she has been teaching at the … Continue reading Practical Sustainability: Lessons from African Indigenous Cultures

Wild Foods and Connection to the Land

     by Max Wilbert / Deep Green Resistance I’ve been very interested in wild foods for many years, and over the last 8 or 10 have made a more concerted effort to make them a part of my diet—with more success over the last 3 or 4 years. A few years ago an indigenous … Continue reading Wild Foods and Connection to the Land

How Do Dams Fall? Conversations with the Colorado River

Featured image: Glen Canyon Dam on the Colorado River. © Michelle McCarron      by Will Falk / Voices for Biodiversity I need to come clean. When I joined Colorado River Ecosystem v. Colorado, the first-ever federal lawsuit to seek personhood and the rights of nature for a major ecosystem, my intentions were not completely sincere. The … Continue reading How Do Dams Fall? Conversations with the Colorado River

Update from the Field: In the Wake of Great Harm, the Central Herd Attempts to Make a Comeback

     by Stephany Seay / Buffalo Field Campaign It’s been a pretty mellow week here with the buffalo. We’ve had very few instances of buffalo along the highway, but there is one big bull who is starting to stretch his legs into some of the newly gained year-round habitat. He has headed north of … Continue reading Update from the Field: In the Wake of Great Harm, the Central Herd Attempts to Make a Comeback

Call Me Crazy: Babylon Apocalypse

     by Boris Forkel / Deep Green Resistance Germany Call me crazy, but I spent the last evening sitting in my garden and telling the first toad I met this year what I do and why. I told her about Deep Green Resistance, about the destruction of the natural world by our culture, and … Continue reading Call Me Crazy: Babylon Apocalypse