‘It has come to our attention that NO edible plants have been planted in this area…’ Greenjacker is back – with Project Green Jacker:

‘a simple and civil (if not altogether legal) solution to the related problems of food poverty and nutritional deprivation…’

Urban guerilla gardening at its finest – you can download the excellent warning notice poster at the site…

Greenjacker

greenjacker notice

Greenjacker is back and madder than ever. Things have gone from bad to worse where we live… both ecologically and economically, and the local authorities have absolutely no intention of doing a damn thing about it. Our solution… PROJECT GREENJACKER.

PROJECT GREENJACKER is a simple and civil (if not altogether legal) solution to the related problems of food poverty and nutritional deprivation. Food prices are increasing daily and real-time wages for most people are not even keeping up with inflation. With additional increases in rents, energy bills and service charges people have less and less to spend on food, but cheaper food options are often nutritionally poor, highly processed and – as the recent horse fiasco shows – not even what they say on the tin! In our area the problem has become so bad that food parcel hand-outs have increased by 70% in a year.

But hand-outs are…

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Roads >> Combe Haven Defenders need your pledge of assistance NOW

The Combe Haven Defenders need your help. Trees are being felled for the new road and there just aren’t enough people to stop it happening. They need more help. They are hoping to collect 1066 pledges for peaceful resistance to the road-building… As they write: Over a hundred local people have already signed a pledge… Continue reading Roads >> Combe Haven Defenders need your pledge of assistance NOW

Unis’tot’en solidarity

In case you somehow hadn’t noticed, heavy shit is afoot. Worldwide, the continued ravenous exploitation of the land proceeds apace, largely unchallenged and almost universally unchecked. The increasing thirst for resources means that our civilisation is turning to more and more desperate measures to supply the goods. One such demand is for energy – without