Screening of End:Civ- May 22nd

21 Apr

DGR will be hosting a screening of the documentary Film End:Civ,  which features interviews with Derrick Jensen, Lierre Keith and others.

We will be showing the movie and then facilitating a discussion on its basic premises afterwards.

The showing will be Wednesday, May 22nd at the Arden-Dimick Library from 6pm until 8pm.

More info can be found at our events page, or contact us by email at



Looking For Fuel In All The Wrong Places

15 Apr

Local activists Karen and Jordan will be hosting an evening of discussion about the Tar Sands, KXL, Fossil Fuels, and the environmental devastation that results from our last great hunt for crude- including advice and opportunities to join the fight!  Karen and Jordan are longtime champions of the planet and were recently arrested as part of the protest against the Tar Sands in Washington DC. This event will be held Tuesday, April 30, 2013 7:00 p.m. 909 12th Street Sacramento.

More Info can be found at our Events Page or from the Sacramento Area Peace Action

DGR Central Valley Will Be At Sacramento Earth Day

15 Apr

DGR will be tabling at the Sacramento Earth Day Event on April 21st, from 11am to 4 pm at Southside park in downtown Sacramento.

It has been our experience in the past that Earth Day events tend to be perfect examples of the false thinking that plagues the environmental movement- touting personal choice, individual consumption, and spiritual purity as the only ways to heal our planet.

DGR:CV will be focusing its tabling on refuting these myths, expanding the converstation to actual resistance, and establishing a presence in Sacramento. Please come by, check out the booth and support our efforts!

More Info on the “Events” page

Repair, Restore, Rejoin with the Dry Creek Conservatory

27 Mar
The week of April 6-13th has been designated “creek week” and is a time to focus on repairing the many fragile riparian ecosystems that dot the Central Valley. Getting out into the local, natural world and learning its way is an important part of learning how best to defend it.

Placer County’s Dry Creek Coneservatory is hosting these events- feel free to add more in events happening in your local area in the comments below.

Secret Ravine Fish Passage Project Saturday April 6th 9:00 am – noon
Maintain riparian plantings of this complete restoration near the mouth of Secret Ravine.
Meet at the UA Theaters parking lot off Eureka Rd, 520 N. Sunrise in Roseville.
Sturdy shoes, long pants, and a hat are suggested, as well as water and snacks. Gloves will be provided.
Please RSVP with Dry Creek Conservancy at or at 773-6575.

Miners Ravine Nature Reserve Restoration
Saturday, April 13th, 9am to noon
Care for more than 550 native plantings at this major restoration project including weeding, adding mulch, and repairing drip irrigation.
Sturdy shoes, long pants, and a hat are suggested, as well as water and snacks. Gloves will be provided.
Meet at Miners Ravine Nature Reserve parking lot 7530 Auburn Folsom Road, Granite Bay, CA 95746, approximately eight-tenths of a mile north of Douglas Blvd on Auburn-Folsom Road.
Please RSVP with Dry Creek Conservancy at or at 773-6575.

Kaseberg Creek Restoration Project, Mahany Park, Roseville
Saturday, April 20th, 9am – noon
Weeding, mulching, and other maintenance of these very successful plantings from past years.
Meet at the footbridge behind Martha Riley Library at 1545 Pleasant Grove Blvd in Roseville.
Sturdy shoes, long pants, and a hat are suggested. Gloves will be provided.
Please RSVP with Dry Creek Conservancy at or at 773-6575.

Auburn Ravine Park Planting Maintenance
Saturday, April 20th, 9am – noon
Weeding, spreading mulch, and repairing drip irrigation, tree stakes, and wire cages at this multi-year tree planting.
Please bring shovels, rakes, hoes, wheelbarrows, and 5-gallon buckets.
The park is between Highway 65 and Joiner Parkway – entrances on Green Ravine Dr. and the end of Moore Rd.
Sturdy shoes, long pants, gloves, sun block, bug repellent, and a hat are suggested. Water provided.
Please RSVP with Cammie Morales at 343-2380 or

Antelope Community Planting Project
Tuesday morning April 23rd
Antelope High School classes will meet at Oslo Ct. to work with Dry Creek Conservancy, US Fish and Wildlife Service, and Sacramento Area Creeks Council for maintenance of native oaks planted to reforest the Sierra Creek drainage tributary to Dry Creek.

Native Birds and Wildflowers of Roseville
Sunday April 27th, 9 to 11:30am. All ages welcome.
Join local Naturalist Scott Dietrich for a very easy walk through Miners Ravine at the best time to see birds and wildflowers. The lilies and the lupines should be showcasing their best colors and local and migratory birds such as Warblers and Flycatchers will be singing. Expect to learn a little natural history of the local flora and fauna and enjoy this splendid time of year.
Wear shoes to hike in, bring water and binoculars if you have them.
Meet at John G. Piches Park, 1471 Stone Point Drive Roseville, CA 95661
For more information contact Scott at 208-4976 or

Woodcreek Nature Center Tour
Join student docents for a night hike at the Nature Center.
Meet at the entrance to Roseville Aquatics Complex next to Woodcreek High School at 2551 Woodcreek Oaks Blvd.

Latest Event Announced!

11 Mar

Deep Green Resistance Central Valley is proud to announce that it will be tabling and distributing information at the upcoming Sacramento Earth Day Celebration.

On sunday, April 21st between 11am -4pm at Southside Park,  Sacramento Deep Green Resistance will be hosting an informational booth.

This free event is a great opportunity for people interested in the DGR analysis and strategy to learn more, and for us to reach concerned citizens who have not yet heard our message. Please come by and say hi, donate to support our cause, or just receive literature and learn about upcoming actions.

Earth Day events are, historically, a telling example of the gap in most peoples understanding between the severity of problems we are facing, and the proposed solutions to those problems. While DGR understands it will never be a mass movement, we feel that there is still a need to confront these fallacies and defend the imperative of resistance loudly to anyone who will listen. More information on Sacramento’s Earth Day Celebration can be found here.

This event will take place  Sunday, April 21st, 2013. Between 11am – 4pm, Southside Park, Sacramento CA

Time is Short: The Bolt Weevils and the Simplicity of Sabotage

7 Mar


By Alex Budd/ Deep Green Resistance Redwood Coast
Resistance against exploitation is nothing new. History is full of examples of people—perfectly ordinary people—fighting back against injustice, exploitation, and the destruction of their lands and communities. They move through whatever channels for action are open to them, but often, left with no legal or political power, they turn to militant means to defend themselves.

It is hardly a simple decision, and rarely the first or preferred option, but when all other paths have been explored and found to lead nowhere, militant action becomes the only realistic route left. Movements and communities come to that truth in many different ways, but almost without fail, they come to it borne by a collective culture of resistance. One inspiring example is the Bolt Weevils.

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Lawsuit Filed to Stop Unregulated Fracking in California

27 Feb

by the Center for Biological Diversityfrackingprotest

SAN FRANCISCO— The Center for Biological Diversity went to court today to compel California regulators to enforce an existing state law that should protect people and the environment from hydraulic fracturing, or fracking, a rapidly spreading new method of oil and gas extraction. The lawsuit filed this morning in Alameda County Superior Court says the California Division of Oil, Gas and Geothermal Resources has allowed fracking to expand without legally required oversight. Continue reading