Wild Rockies Review 6, no. 1

from Multimedia Library Collection:
Earth First! Movement Writings

Wild Rockies Review 6, no. 1, front page

Wild Rockies Review 6, no. 1 (1993). Republished by the Environment and Society Portal. Multimedia Library. http://www.environmentandsociety.org/node/8128

In this special “rant issue,” Rhubarb discusses the idea of industrial collapse, Phil Knight tells of a lone hiker killed by grizzlies, and Jeff Juel reports on planned drilling in the Hall Creek area of the Badger-Two Medicine, home to the grizzly bear, the grey wolf, bald eagle, and other endangered species.

Welcome to this lo-o-ong overdue issue of the WRR. Though it’s true we’ve been busy, this rag is overdue beyond apology. In fact, this thing is so damn late most of you probably forgotten what it is, sobrerity being such a rare thing here in the Wild Rockies. So I’ll remind you. This here Wild Rockies Review is a newsletter published from time to time by the radical environmental community of the Wild Rockies bioregion, which often operates under the name Earth First!…The WWR is intended to be a voice of the radical environmental community, a forum for ideas, and a source of news. Please read it with a sense of humor.


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