Are Your Easter Lilies Poisoning This California Town?

A spray rig applies the carcinogenic fungicide chlorothalonil onto Easter lily fields adjacent to Smith River Elementary School (buildings in the background). On this day wind speeds were clocked at 30 mph. Photo by Greg King This article originally appeared at

By Dean Kuipers, March 25, 2016

Evidence mounts that the intense pesticide use […]

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The Tracks of the Coyote

Rod Coronado photographed at FCI Tucson in October 1994 by Max Aguilera-Hellweg. This article originally appeared in Rolling Stone Magazine.

By Dean Kuipers, June 1, 1995

Rod Coronado’s radical campaign to destroy America’s fur farm industry.

After the the Animal Liberation Front firebombed a university research lab, federal authorities accused a young American Indian of ecoterrorism. Rodney […]

By | July 13th, 2016|Blog, Operation Bite Back, Stories, Uncategorized|0 Comments

Honey Stinger

This article was originally posted in Outside Magazine. By Dean Kuipers, November 26, 2012. The FBI used an 18-year-old woman called "Anna" to infiltrate an alleged eco-terrorism cell. Did she stop a bomb plot before it came off? Or did she launch one?

By | April 21st, 2015|Blog, Stories, Uncategorized|0 Comments

Are the Alps Crumbling?

This article was originally posted in Men’s Journal

By Dean Kuipers Dec 2014
Rising temperatures are causing more rock slides on the world’s biggest mountains.

298_298_are-the-alps-crumbling Credit: Jon Griffith / Aurora

Two days after a good snowstorm, Chamonix guide Denis LeRoy leads a 10-mile descent through Vallée Blanche, one of […]

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“Operation Bite Back” major reviews

The new review on the Christian Science Monitor site reminds me that I haven’t put up the other terrific reviews of the book posted by other sites. I’m proud of what’s been said about the book thus far.  Oh, yes, there’s a long, drawn-out screed about the book posted on Amazon by Teresa Platt, executive […]

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