Really Big. Talk about a billboard showing us the way! And in case you missed it, here it is again (well, most of it; it’s tail is in the clouds to the […]
The correct management of forests is to fill them with water and then to eat the trees. Well, actually the bark of the trees. The wood is used to hold the water […]
Rome is Burning: An Election With Fire and No Water
The sun rises over Shuttleworth Creek, at the heart of the Okanagan. Still a world of smoke. It’s like those ponderosa pines on the edge of Okanagan Falls are lined up and […]
There Goes the Neighbourhood
So, you start out with a pretty nice place, with some folks coming by in the summer for some fishing. Big Bar Lake And then the riff riff moves in. Three years, […]
It’s Only a Desert Because We Killed the Water Keepers
Sobbing water. Sad water (30 minutes from public sobbing). Sadder water. (32 minutes from open sobbing.) Happy water. Yay! Love a beaver today!
Beaver Makes a Splash
It is possible to annoy a lake. Sorry, brother.
Green Algae + Yellow Pollen + Rain + Beaver = Beautiful Life
Pollen in the rain is nice. But without rain, it’s nice, too. You’d think these currents might be created by the wind. Nope, they run with deep flows of water. The wind […]
Smarter, More Ethical Water for the Okanagan
Here’s a great idea about water… …which the Vernon newspaper graciously printed for me. You can find it in the February 26 edition of the Vernon Morning Star, here. If you page […]