Categories Archives: Culture of Resistance » Listening to the Land

Music of Resistance: An Interview with Big Dudee Roo

By Ben Barker / Beautiful Resistance Distro What follows is an interview with Aurora Lewis and Max Lockwood of Big Dudee Roo, an ecologically-inspired music group from Wayland, Michigan. I had a chance to talk with them around the new year of 2012 about their new album, what inspires them, and being part of a … Continue reading Music of Resistance: An Interview with Big Dudee Roo

Book Review: Plan B 4.0: Mobilizing to Save Civilization

By Max Wilbert / Deep Green Resistance Lester Brown’s exhaustively researched book, Plan B 4.0 – Mobilizing to Save Civilization, is a bold and impressive effort to chart a course to ecological sustainability, one of very few books that attempts this worthwhile goal. Brown lists 4 steps that Plan B 4.0 focuses on to achieve … Continue reading Book Review: Plan B 4.0: Mobilizing to Save Civilization

Land Maggots – By Denise Jackson

The following was written by Denis Jackson, and Deep Green Resistance Colorado is very thankful that she has so generously allowed us to publish it here. Look for more of Denise’s writings to come. Thanks Denise! Coronado was here; I found chain mail, finely worked deep in the gravel near Comanche Springs. The road here … Continue reading Land Maggots – By Denise Jackson

USDA study finds that prairie restoration improves groundwater quality

By Ann Perry U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) scientists are studying the overall improvement in water quality when native prairie vegetation is restored to fields once cropped with corn and soybeans. Agricultural Research Service (ARS) scientists in Ames, Iowa, were part of a team that examined changes in groundwater during prairie establishment at the Neal … Continue reading USDA study finds that prairie restoration improves groundwater quality

Indigenous delegation, scorned by WIPO, withdraws from genetic resources committee

By Catherine Saez, Intellectual Property Watch The International Indigenous Forum, in an unprecedented collective move, decided yesterday to withdraw from the discussions of the WIPO Committee on Genetic Resources taking place from 14-22 February. The move calls into question the legitimacy of the negotiations. As delegates were working on a compilation text at the twentieth … Continue reading Indigenous delegation, scorned by WIPO, withdraws from genetic resources committee