Industrial ruins, like this one at Cedar Falls, are called forests. It is a desert.
Today, I’d like to show you some water in its living environment and some crazy water. First, living water: That’s mock orange, doing its thing. Home to deer, porcupines, bears, lazuli buntings, […]
It ain’t just smokestacks. Here’s a field of stones … The panels were made to cover with plastic sheeting (now removed), into which were planted tomatoes. Here are some of them, looking […]
Even if you spend many thousands of dollars to cover most of your whole yard in black plastic tarp and to cover it in river gravel, there is no guarantee of success at […]
It’s too easy to do it wrong. View of Spallumcheen Farm from Swan Lake A 10,000-year-old lakebed gets thrown up into the wind while boaters get ready to be pulled around […]
I spoke about the non-wage economy yesterday, and how it operated by trading work for the opportunity to do more work, rather than cashing out on work produced. Such an economy draws […]
Earth, or machine. One increases diversity. One reduces it. Or is it so? When the Syilx managed these grasslands with fire and selective harvesting methods, they increased species diversity. The species-rich landscape that the […]