The practice of collecting water in the mountains, delivering it to cities and farms in the valley bottom, and then emptying recycled water into the lakes is placing us at climate risk, […]
There are too many apples in the world. Far too many. Too much cropland is taken up producing a product falling out of cultural favour. For 120 years in Canada, the solution […]
That’s right, islands in the grass. They’re not just sitting there. They are creating nitrogen and releasing minerals from the rock into a form that plants can use. In fact, instead of […]
This week, I will be discussing options for reducing climate risk in Okanagan farming. The Canadian government is interested in protecting the atmosphere from carbon emissions. I am interested in that and […]
The Canadian Government has recently released an economic action plan. It’s a bit exhaustive and exhausting, but worth a walk-by. Click here to have a look. Bring some friends along. Coyotes, maybe. […]
When it got down to 20 Below last week, ice appeared along the ditch of the Grey Canal Trail in Vernon. This is not ice from the water the city has been […]
Suppose you’re hunting voles. I know, it’s not on any list of grocery items, but just suppose. It’s winter. It’s 20 Below. And you’re hungry. There are a lot of holes. Which […]
It is a rule of magpie society that no-one gets a picture. Absolutely not allowed. I got lucky!
Sunrise? No, Lakerise!
At first, we spot bone, skeletons and ribs. We look. Fish, I’d say. Then we notice it is ice and turn away. That first look, though, the eye’s own look, is the […]