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REWILDING

 

 

 
 
 
 

ARTICLES

Back to Basics Volume 3: Rewilding - Green Anarchy Magazine

Beyond Veganism, Beyond the Consumption of Domestication - Green Anarchy

The ReWilding: Earthen Delight and the Dissolution of Civilization - Jesse Wolf Hardin

Taking Children Seriously (TCS) and Anarchy - (I)An-ok

Metal theft and Industrial Decomposition - In the Wake

A Woman's Journey to the Edge of Civilization - Viva MacSeoin

How to Drop Out - Ran Prieur

How to Survive the Crash and Save the Earth - Ran Prieur

"A Return to Wild Life-The Journey from 'Civilized' to 'Primitive' Living" or "How to Become a Godless Savage in Three Easy Steps" - RedWolfReturns

Wild Peace: Healing Relationships through Primal Awareness - RedWolfReturns

Practical Rewilding - Sky

In Defense of Omnivorousness - Wildroots

SOME SKILLS

BOOKS

Tom Brown's Field Guides - Tom Brown, jr

Mammal Tracks and Sign - Mark Elbroch

Participating in Nature - Thomas J. Epel

Lame Deer, Seeker of Visions - Richard Erdoes

Fox Fire Series

Feral Revolution - Feral Faun
(available in our distro)

Survival Skills of the North American Indians - Peter Goodchild

Gaia's Garden: A Guide to Home-Scale Permaculture - Toby Hemenway

Fire and Ice - Laurel Luddite & Skunkly Munkly
(for more info click here)

Naked Into the Wilderness - John and Geri McPherson

Native American Architecture - Nabakov and Easton

Peterson's Field Guides

Deer Skins to Buckskins - Matt Richards

The Book of Kudzu - William Shurtleff

Journey to the Ancestral Self - Tamarack Song

Birding by Ear - Walton, Lawson, Peterson

Permaculture in a Nutshell - Patrick Whitefield

Wildwood Wisdom - Ellsworth Jaeger

ONLINE

Plants for a Future (Huge Plant Database)
www.wildroots.org
www.rewild.org
www.teachingdrum.org
www.dancinghawk.com
www.primitiveways.com
www.hollowtop.com
www.primitive.org
www.wildmanstevebrill.com
www.earthskillsrendezvous.org
www.backtracs.net
www.abotech.com
www.paleodiet.com
www.foraging.com
www.beyondveg.com
www.pathtofreecom.com
http://www.simpleliving.net/
http://www.wildernessmanuals.com/
http://art.afterculture.org
www.inthewake.org

EARTH SKILL GATHERINGS

Winter Count Rendezvous
February - Arizona

Rivercane Rendezvous
April/May - NW Georgia

MAPS Meet
June - Maryland

Earth Knack Gathering
June - Colorado

Rabbitstick Rendezvous
September - Idaho

Falling Leaves Rendezvous
October - NW Georgia

 

For most green/anti-civilization/primitivist anarchists, rewilding and reconnecting with the earth is a life project. It is not limited to intellectual comprehension or the practice of primitive skills, but instead, it is a deep understanding of the pervasive ways in which we are domesticated, fractured, and dislocated from our selves, each other, and the world, and the enormous and daily undertaking to be whole again. Rewilding has a physical component which involves reclaiming skills and developing methods for a sustainable co-existence, including how to feed, shelter, and heal ourselves with the plants, animals, and materials occurring naturally in our bioregion. It also includes the dismantling of the physical manifestations, apparatus, and infrastructure of civilization. Rewilding has an emotional component, which involves healing ourselves and each other from the 10,000 year-old wounds which run deep, learning how to live together in non-hierarchical and non-oppressive communities, and deconstructing the domesticating mindset in our social patterns. Rewilding involves prioritizing direct experience and passion over mediation and alienation, re-thinking every dynamic and aspect of our reality, connecting with our feral fury to defend our lives and to fight for a liberated existence, developing more trust in our intuition and being more connected to our instincts, and regaining the balance that has been virtually destroyed after thousands of years of patriarchal control and domestication. Rewilding is the process of becoming uncivilized.