Join the growing Deep Green Resistance movement and help actualize a strategy to save the planet. There are three ways to get involved with the efforts of the Great Basin chapter of DGR:
- Be a Group Member
- Be a Volunteer Member
- Be an Active Supporter
Group Membership involves participating in the organizing and activity of the DGR Great Basin Action Group, as well as meeting it’s unique expectations, including frequency of participation and attendance of group meetings.
Volunteer Membership taking on projects suited to their gifts and capacity. Individuals need not meet unique expectations of the local group, including frequency of participation and attendance of group meetings, but must abide by the policies of the broader DGR movement.
Active Support involves agreeing to be called upon when the group needs help in any given area. Individuals do not become members of DGR, so they needn’t abide by any policies set by the movement, nor unique expectations of the local group.Contact us if you have any questions: Phone: 206-395-6251 E-mail: GreatBasin@DeepGreenResistance.org
Choice between Aboveground and Underground
To be successful in saving the planet, resistance will need both aboveground and underground components. Broadly speaking, aboveground groups do not carry out risky illegal actions, and are organized in ways that maximize their ability to use public institutions and communication structures. Underground groups exist primarily to carry out illegal or repressed activities and are organized in ways that maximize their own security and effectiveness. Every budding activist must choose between working aboveground or underground, as a strict firewall must exist between the two.
The Deep Green Resistance movement, including DGR Great Basin, is an aboveground movement.