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Around the Campfire by Dave Foreman

"Nearly twenty-five years ago, I started writing a regular column called “Around the Campfire” for The Earth First! Journal, which I then edited. I first wrote it on a mechanical typewriter. With the breakup of Earth First! in 1990, John Davis and I launched Wild Earth, and I continued “Around the Campfire.” The Wildlands Project discontinued Wild Earth years ago for lack of funding, and Campfire lost a home." ~Dave Foreman

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Uncle Dave on the Noatak River, Alaska (c) Nancy Morton

Dave Foreman on the origins of Campfire...

During the quarter century of Campfire, I’ve tried to educate, provoke, and activate conservationists on a sweeping range of ideas, issues, and subjects. Material from Campfire has gone into my books, Confessions of an Eco-Warrior, The Big Outside, Rewilding North America, and the forthcoming The Myth(s) of the Environmental Movement. I’ve meant Campfire as a broadside of yore, such as Tom Paine and other patriots wrote during the War for Independence. (Read more about Around the Campfire...)

​Dave's Latest Campfires...

Around the Campfire, #79
Whence the Antiquities Act, Part II One of the Progressive Era’s foremost preservation laws, this act firmly established research and[...]
Around the Campfire, #78
Whence the Antiquities Act, Part I with Uncle Dave Foreman Vandalism to archaeological areas in the American Southwest provided the[...]
Stoking The Campfire: Wildway Rambles Winter 2019
Discontinuities happen, so let us not assume – even during this bleak political time -- that Earth is doomed to[...]
Around the Campfire #77, Deconstructing Today’s Great Land Grab
Issue No. 77                                   [...]
#75 Around the Campfire; What Condition My Condition Is In
What Condition My Condition Is In Well, I guess it’s time to explain my withdrawal of late and why The[...]
#73 Around the Campfire: Comparing Applies and…Parsnips?
Around the Campfire #73,  July 24, 2017 State Trust Lands are often misunderstood in terms of both their character and[...]

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