There is no need to think in straight lines. Lines like that say “this stuff is land”… … and “this other stuff is water.” That is simply a false division. There’s an […]
No matter what you’re using it for or who you are, British Columbian law states that any water licensed by the government must be put to “beneficial use.” What does that mean? […]
Two years after the fire: When you stand there in the Similkameen, you experience both at once. They are, essentially, the same event.
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 […]
Water pours down out of the mountains and into the lake and it floods. This is trouble. Here’s one thing we can do: Simple, really. We can store snow. 150 metres above […]
Apricot trees and land barges, these relics from my youth, go so well together, don’t you think. It was the age when you had a choice: to drive or to set down […]
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, […]
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 […]