This is the 19th Century. A waterfall gardened to be a little Africa in Devon, England, a beautiful nod to colonial power, wealth and Empire. Think of it as a living postcard, […]
What a diminished world, a shadow. Not the Earth, but the world. There is beauty here, but despite the sense of intimacy and closeness that a world gives, it is at a […]
The competition wasn’t even close. Congratulations, Magpie!
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 […]
This is the tenth of a series on race and apples in Northern Cascadia and the stresses this racial past places on food security and affordability, land access and environmental resilience. I […]
Bit of a thing, it is. The City of Vernon wants to thrash milfoil… … in the lake, because it’s a nasty invasive plant that does a lot of bad things to […]
Travellers coming through today on their way to the Arctic, heads held high. Restaurant open for service. All is well.
I showed you a couple days ago how Oregon grape uses fine leaf points to dissipate heat, creating cold points which then attract frost, which creates heat when it freezes, more heat […]
The first glimpse of summer’s berries is here. Siyaʔ, the Food Chief, is awake. She yawned a bit four days ago. Right here: And now, she’s stretching out into the sun. This […]
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 […]