This post is a sketch of a detailed, viable alternative to this document: There are solutions in this blog for every problem listed in this document, that avoid its high […]
In the very place where big sage (an aster) … … makes a sun of heat in the winter and melts the snow (bringing on summer two months early) … … … […]
She’s not very big, but she sure is beautiful! About 12 or 13 mm long, I’d say. The early bees took a beating in the winter, but later pollinators have fared better. […]
Let’s do an experiment. The world is getting heavy. It’s break-in under the strain. Let’s see what we’re missing out on. There is light. It is a weightless thing. That makes sense. […]
Seriously. Here’s an image of the Grey Canal trail in the Okanagan Valley, the syilx homeland that Canada claimed as its own in 1871. Every single plant you see in this image, […]
The siya? berries are swelling. And here, on June 2, some are red. Amazing. This is a July crop here.
Simple. Just wait. Problem solved.
Cheatgrass is everywhere. Almost. Where cheatgrass doesn’t get a hold, flowers grow. Many flowers. Many many flowers. Note that there is little gras of any kind. This is the Earth reclaiming a […]
There’s an energy wave that we see as landscape. Here’s my bit. Let me suggest that this is not a native landscape but a created one. Nature, let’s call it. A native […]
Watch out, out there! Crab Spider Using a Balsam Root to Do Its Work (Beats chasing around. Note: the bees will not agree.)