To be Indigenous means you come from the land, and are of the land. This land, for example. This is an outcropping on Turtle Ridge in Vernon. Note the red lichen stains. […]
The Snow Buckwheat Country: All at Once The Grass Country: One… …by… …one. It’s not indigenous if it isn’t expressing the energies of the land. The energies are there for all to […]
So, you think you’re going to build a trail system across the porcupine’s trail to an orchard’s compost pile, eh, and water some trees along it to protect the people on the […]
For about 125 years, my valley has been the setting for the creation of a White homeland. It started in a British Empire that was largely Asian, looking for a racial state […]
Oh, hello. It’s a thing. With legs like hers (she is, let’s say, about 7 centimetres from tip to tip ), you can jump from twig to twig, in three dimensional space. […]
The mantids have found their home. They fit so well in this environment, I suspect we could breed them, using lavender. Perfume and pest control in one. Monsanto can’t do that.
This is not an image of mountains, not of what rises or mounts, but what held against the ice that cut all else away. The Coast Mountains The ice is now air. […]
The rattles of summer! Westron Wind, when wilt thou blow, the small rain down can rain.
They are still being born. They are countless and perfect. Born from suns themselves. At home in the complex interstellar environment. And now they are leaving home. Soon they will drift on […]
Smoke has replaced the sky. It is the way of things. Here are the dry hills. Overgrazing, a reduction to three species, one native and two of which are as flammable as […]