Our project to celebrate the resilience of the Sməlqmíx through friendship and an amazing apricot tree is celebrated in an article by Aaron Hemens in Indigenews. Here is elder and language keeper […]
Want one? A rufuous hummingbird visited this one today, a few times. What a beaut he was.]. This could be your future, too! With thorns, yes, but with lumpy fruits and exquisite […]
Look at the great food chief bursting in fountains out of the Earth. And remember, it does not all happen right now. This is just a stage. Last year̓’s fruit has brought […]
This is about as dense as they get. It’s beautiful, but why? What does this do? Or, what limitation creates it?
The bees that will pollinate the Nootka rose in the background here can only do so because of the willow in the foreground. Every year is a journey that starts with willow […]
The way we look at grass says a lot about our world. For instance, from a cattleman’s perspective, the bunchgrass below is something to graze. From a longer perspective, it is something […]
Compost requires labour and tillage. In other words, it is a renewable input. It is one that mimics natural processes, or interjects materials into them. I guess it is a bit like […]
The competition wasn’t even close. Congratulations, Magpie!
Really. Really. These are effects created by winter heating, freezing and melting. In other words, the nutrients released by lichens in late winter are created by stones heating in the winter cold, […]
As we work to free ourselves from the constrictions placed on the Earth by colonial understandings and allow it to come to life again, it’s good to remember that the very concept […]