This is the closing of a series on mitigating climate change through local action. The Earth is very responsive. We can trust that. This estuary on Vernon Creek, for example, with its […]
Life is the ability of self-replicating organisms being able to react to the environment. Life is also a quality of an environment. When an environment is said to have life, it means it is energized, […]
As long as not too great a mass of water is involved, surface tension is stronger than gravity (and stronger than adhesion). Take a look: This water ran down the twig (it […]
Some people just can’t help gardening. Take the local porcupines, for instance. They love to chaw down on the pile of cull apples a farmer dumps at the top part of his property, […]
Well met on the coyote trail. (It’s a big pic, just click it.) The world we share… Fruit for us, bark for her.
Fog up high. Fog down low. Yes, grass. It’s as much a pressure condensation as airborne water. Fog up high and down low together. Fog in the gully (Bushes squeezed out of […]
Whose cherries are these? Choke Cherries in a Gully, Okanagan Landing Whose are these? These Ones are Sweeter, but the Skins are More Bitter Not mine. Someone Wasn’t Using a Ladder Ooomph! […]