Here’s the wall of a vineyard road in Germany (Schlossberg, Rüdesheim am Rhein) Vineyard Stair, a Self-watering garden zone. The wall collects water and delivers it to a reservoir. Here, the […]
The Yakama people have been living with horses for hundreds of years. In all that time, horses living wild on their land have been a part of their wealth. When settler culture […]
This is the rain. This is the light. This is farming: All images from Okanagan Landing, British Columbia.
This is mining. Goose Lake Hills By cattle. What this land needs is a good fire and then a good long rest.
Yesterday, I explored six dimensions of bodies on the grasslands. I’d like to show you the seventh today. I’d like to talk about ethics. Let me introduce you to one of the […]
Two fish stare from deep in the subconscious, in rocks that naturally wear into patterns humanly recognizable as faces. Mara Lake It’s a good place for some magic. Here’s a couple other […]
I’ve been walking around these last couple days as the earth turns its shoulder away from the sun and the sun comes in lower and lower angles through the grass, sometimes just […]
Even in dry country, water falls from the sky. Along the way, it imitates gophers. Yes, gophers. Here’s what the gophers are up to: Sorting Rock! It’s the season for moving out […]
So, let’s go to that premium human, salmon and wine habitat, Lake Chelan, for a moment, and see how the people are doing. This, after all, is the lake in which hydrofoil […]
Somebody got the idea that plants filter water and stabilize slopes. That’s true, but it’s only part of the story. What plants are really doing is living. In terms of work, the […]