Rivers flood. It’s one of the things they do. They’re pretty good at it. The Similkameen River, with a minimum flow of 65 cubic feet per second at Nighthawk, an average flow […]
Cottonwood trees lay down the nutrient conditions for salmon by creating sandbars, back eddies, and nutrient rich water. More vitally, their leaves are salmon. They grow along a spine and then at […]
Here in the depressurized zone east of the Coast Mountains, they will soon be absorbed back into the air. They have only alighted for a moment on these cottonwoods, like birds.
Wind is the air, moving, at a speed greater than a breeze. It is also energy. It is a habitat. Humans and cottonwood trees both live in it. It is not something to […]
When water systems are used as reservoirs … Rosemund Lake, Flooded … people move between the trees, and are dwarfed by them.Here’s how we teach our children that… Children’s Playground, Chief Joseph Dam, Washington The […]