A regular feature that I find important to keep up on in Black and Green Review is what I hope to be an expanding discussion surrounding land projects. Those that have succeeded, those that are just starting, those that are still working on everything, those that didn't work out. We have interviews about two projects in issue one and hope that they keep on coming. At least one more slated for number two. If you have a story to share or contacts to pass on, post them here or email them to blackandgreenreview [at] gmail.
"There is no light at the end of the Carpal Tunnel." - Bob Black
I have this in my Computer, I shall attempt to upload it. If it requires too much bandwidth, Admin may D/C....deliete, ahhh-hh-um, remove it..oh fooey. i shant even try. I shall just write a song about it.
Go to the VYZYGOTH Link above, there is a Media Player, scroll down to Program 7. Hal Anthony and THIS IS VERY IMPORTANT INFORMATION on We That Wish To Live Outside the Matrix.
I used to spend Years digging in the Mojave Desert, had a PLACER mine for TURQUOISE . I was able to Camp There As If It Was MY OWN PLACE. This all Changed in 1996, or so.
I plan on buying land someplace along the BC coast in the next 10 years and be part of such a network. An-prims, hackers, hobos, pagans. Wish I could do it sooner, but I've got banks holding family members hostage in the meantime.
I am part of a land/community project. We have 85 acres on a gulf island in British Columbia. There are 8 houses up and we are allowed to have 15 in total. Our membership is now full, although there will be occasional openings for various reasons. The membership is a mix of anarchists and our friends. I would be happy to discuss its origins, successes and challenges.