Bob Waldrop, a fourth-generation Oklahoman from Frederick, is a purveyor of peace, plants, and pianos.
He is involved in the Oklahoma Food Coop, The Oscar Romero Catholic Worker House, and serves as the general manager of the Oklahoma Worker Cooperative Network. He has received awards from the Oklahoma Chapter of the Sierra Club and the Oklahoma Sustainability Network for his efforts in organizing the Oklahoma Food Coop. Earlier this spring, Bob was arrested and jailed in rural Hughes County for locking himself to construction equipment at a Keystone XL Pipeline construction site.
Originally published in This Land, Vol. 4 Issue 11. June 1, 2013.