While the Free Range Network concentrates on the mechanics of 'how' of change is made, to give that a practical expression we have to have some issues to work on and apply these ideas.
We're currently 'revising' all our project areas so they may not work perfectly. Sorry if this causes you problems accessing the site.
As you may of noted, the Free Range website is undergoing a bottom-up rebuild to save space, improve accessibility and scalability on different display devices. Currently our project micro-sites are undergoing a more prolonged rewrite as we decide how to develop them in the future. Consequently they're lagging behind the rest of the update.
The Free Range ‘Free Camping’ Project aims to teach the skills of simple living and degrowth through leaning practice of Free Camping. It's an English & Welsh land rights project focussing on the history land rights in Britain, and Free Camping to enact lifestyle change and regenerative ecopsychology.
The Free Range Network's travelling exhibition – which during the 2010s was called ‘The Fracking Truth about Energy’ – is the Free Range Network’s presentation/information on energy, resources, and the environment in Britain. These pages contain the parts of the exhibition which we make freely available for use by the public.
‘FRAK’ has been a long-term project to teach the law and public rights on activism, protest, and land access. It's been a little delayed due to pandemics and awaiting the government's recent crackdown on dissent, but is relaunching in late 2022.
This site is devoted to USAF Croughton (and its outstation, Barford St. John) on the border of Oxfordshire and Northamptonshire – part of a global electronic communications, control and surveillance that works on behalf of the US military and intelligence establishment, projecting of American military power across Europe, North Africa and the Middle East.
This site provides documentation around the issue of ‘electronic smog’ (esmog) – the growth in digital communications devices emitting high-frequency radio waves, such as 5G, wifi and mobile phones, and their impacts upon human health and the environment.