Categories Archives: Indirect Action

Protect Prairie dogs! Join us Monday, March 21st, and Help Kill House Bill 16-1010

19 Mar

By Wildlands Defense In Colorado, a house bill has been introduced to the State, Veterans, and Military Affairs Committee entitled “A bill for an act concerning the authorization process for the release of destructive rodent pests into a county.” If passed, this bill will make it increasingly difficult to save prairie dogs and the land […]

Prevent Naropa University from Killing Prairie Dogs

29 Aug

Deep Green Resistance fights for life and justice wherever we find they are threatened. Right now, Buddhist school Naropa University is planning to exterminate a colony. From change.org: Petitioning Naropa University, Todd Kilburn Save the Naropa Prairie Dogs and Withdraw the Lethal Application Filed with the City of Boulder WildLands Defense Naropa University has filed […]

California Tribes Fight for Water Rights

13 Aug

Industrial civilization has always thrived on the flesh and bones of indigenous peoples. Civilization leaves only whatever scraps of land, water or anything else, needed to indigenous populations to survive, which are too trivial or costly to sweep up. Deep Green Resistance is therefore encouraged to see several California Tribes fighting back. From Circle of […]

The Maul at Castle Rock

11 May

Readers who have frequented this site no doubt have heard of the massacre of prairie dogs resulting from developers who want to build the Promenade Mall in Castle Rock. Deep Green Resistance is happy to publish a deeper background story on the massacre by freelance journalist Suzanne Grover.   The Maul at Castle Rock by […]

Activists Continue Fight Against Promenade Mall in Castle Rock

2 Mar

Land developers have reared their ugly heads recently in Castle Rock, Colorado, where they have begun constructions on a 900,00-square-foot abomination called the Promenade Mall. Unfortunately for the local ecosystem, this construction will wipe out the thousands of prairie dogs who live where the mall is being constructed, and will irreparably harm scores of other […]

Castle Rock Council Sell Out Wildlife, Teach Valuable Lesson in “Governance”

18 Feb

Deep Green Resistance would like to thank the Castle Rock Town Council for reminding us activists why we can’t let up, ever, in our efforts to save the planet. (Hint: It’s mainly because the so-called ‘stewards’ of the community sure as shit aren’t going to do it.) Last night, at the Town Meeting, the Council […]

An Open Letter to the Castle Rock Town Council

16 Feb

Editor’s Note: The following is an adaptation of a letter written by a member of Deep Green Resistance and of Wildlands Defense. As a member of Deep Green Resistance and a Colorado resident myself, I reprint the letter here in the hope it can spark interest on the part of other residents and lovers of […]

PRESS RELEASE: Douglas County Mall and Prairie Dog Colony

13 Feb

Nation’s Biggest Mall in Douglas County Slated to Destroy One of the Largest Prairie Dog Colonies on the Front Range By Deanna Meyer:   February 13, 2015 Castle Rock, CO – Douglas County’s Town of Castle Rock recently approved construction of the ‘Nation’s Biggest Mall’ on top of one of the largest prairie dog colonies along […]

Castle Rock Town Meeting: Come Help Us Save the Prairie Dogs

13 Feb

We hope you’re keeping track of the ecocidal plans of Alberta Development to build “The Nation’s Largest Mall” in Castle Rock, Colorado.  For a quick review, please check out these links: Alberta Development Violates Promise Help Save the Castle Rock Mall Prairie Dogs Efforts to resist this destruction continue. Last night (Wednesday), nearly 20 concerned […]

Hundreds Gather at Oak Flat to Fight for Sacred Apache Land

13 Feb

Resistance to American Fascism grows.  We in Deep Green Resistance share the outrage of the San Carlos Apache tribe over the attempted incursion on their land, conspired to by clever duo of the American government and mining interests. We hope you will join those who have committed to protecting the land, and all the life […]