Literally. It’s done with fishing line in wet winter air. We can send rovers to Mars to find water and life, and we can figure out how to harvest water from a […]
With a few changes in environmental legislation in the current weed desert in which we plant houses in the catastrophically failing Okanagan grasslands, we can live in a land of plenty instead […]
Welcome to the 21st century! In this century, we’ve finally learned that a grassland is nothing without flowers. Here’s why: That’s right, bees, 500 kinds of wild bees and wasps that live […]
Communities include grass and flowers, animals, insects, birds, trees, water, gravity, people, sun, rock, dust, soil and wind. Each contributes to maintaining a community balance. ANew communities built in the grasslands need […]
What makes a plant a plant is not its growth. It’s not that it’s a “growing” thing. Neither is it that it spreads. Branching is popular, but not all plants branch. Similarly, […]
Some winters, Canim Bay freezes. This is one of those winters. A desire for social distance has increased the number of skating rinks, though. Everyone together apart!
Well, our future is here now. That’s the Okanagan Lake shore at Ellison Park. You can see the ground up sand brought in to make a comfy sunbathing beach of it, and, […]
The west shore of Okanagan Lake burnt last summer, amidst the burns of years before. It was a terrible time last summer, but now that the year is in its last hours, […]
The human eye is gifted at reading scenes in colour, like the pool of water and ice in the snow below. Such blues and purples, it tells us! Such golds and dazzling […]
Really. Look at it hanging there at the level of the mountaintops, and no more. Boiling off, really!