Our project to celebrate the resilience of the Sməlqmíx through friendship and an amazing apricot tree is celebrated in an article by Aaron Hemens in Indigenews. Here is elder and language keeper […]
Remember when Paul Terbasket’s apricot tree had a visitor? Now there is new fruit! Happy day!
Robins love plastic. I see more of these nests every year.
A little bit of snow, at 13 Below. Just another winter day in the Similkameen. Spring is on the way!
Kind of pretty when the sun comes out in February! Beloved of robins and ravens, these frozen and fermented apple daiquiris are just the thing to get through a chill winter day. […]
I just listened to a couple Canadian reporters talk about the stress of reporting on climate change and a hostile Earth firsthand during last months floods here in Northern Cascadia, and how […]
Here under Cipak, the sacred mountain of the Similkameen, the maiden wearing her wedding veil at this time of year and the eastern toe of the Cascades, lies a grassland without weeds, […]
Two years after the fire: When you stand there in the Similkameen, you experience both at once. They are, essentially, the same event.
For 12,000 years these cliffs west of Keremeos have been revealing their faces like this, and then weathering and retreating from view. This is the newest chapter in this old story. This […]
The Similkameen River flows beneath the northern wall of the Cascades. The Similkameen Looking South from Keremeos Creek Mouth It is not just a flow of water. The gravel of its bed […]