Content Index

This special Baby Treesus issue of Ecotopia Earth First! sets forth campaigns named after seasons: Redwood Summer - Corporate Fall - Nuclear Winter. It focuses on the Corporate Fall protests and other cases that required EF! demonstrations on the problem of “logging to infinity”. The issue additionally includes letters to the editor, a quiz, and a plea for money.

In this issue of Willamette Week of December 1992, Paul Roberts discusses economist Timothy Hermach’s shock therapy for timber policy. For him, federal timber policy is subsidized socialism at its least efficient.

This Earth First! issue serves as a citizen’s guide to the US Forest Service and its negative impact on U.S. national forests. As topics Scott Greacen includes reform proposals for the USFS, the role of deep ecology, the destruction of eco-systems across the U.S. and its related abuse of Native American cultural heritage and a call for the protection of national forests. Earth First!'s own position and its demands in this context are stated in the end.

This special edition of Earth First! is dedicated to Samhain, the Celtic term for “summer’s end”, a time to reassess goals and strategies. It discusses endangered rivers, tar sands, protection from environmental degradation, information about US climate justice activism (MCJ), the green Scare, Deep Ecology, and the G 20 Summit. Letters to the editor and songs are included as well.

In this 1995 annual report, the Fund for Wild Nature focuses on current anti-environmental politics and the skirting of environmental laws. The purpose of the fund, its funding guidelines, areas of support, and grant projects are laid out. Their intent is to foster connections among diverse groups with the underlying philosophy of Deep Ecology.

This introductory guide to the Earth First! movement outlines the purpose and definition of Earth First!, its philosophy, gatherings, and projects. It also provides information on how to form EF! groups, on different forms of direct action, on the Earth First! Direct Action Fund, and on monkeywrenching.

This is the first issue of Earth First! News, meant to be a compendium of the most vital direct action, resistance, and environmental news.

This Earth First! primer serves as a citizen’s guide to the US Forest Service and its negative impact on U.S. national forests.

This introductory guide to the Earth First! movement was produced by The Earth First! Journal as a service for Earth First! local groups. It includes the purpose and definition of Earth First!, their philosophy, gatherings, an EF! International section, and EF! projects. This edition focuses on extinction and prevention of wildlife destruction.

This 1990 newsletter was created by the Earth First! branch in Ukiah, California. It includes updates on lawsuits and protests against lumber companies, timber harvesting, and logging.