This week, I’d like to look at how we might extend the notion of map-making to read the environment in ways that release opportunities that are currently blocked by contemporary maps. In […]
I went down to the estuary today, to see how the world was doing there, deep in the valley fog. The ripples in the water below are from a kingfisher trying to […]
There are two ways of dealing with pests that are eating your crops. The first is human. It involves death. Before humans singled it out, there was only life. Death is the […]
Today, simplicity: Vernon Creek, 1/125 of a Second Letting the Earth speak for herself. Imagine if you slowed the mind down yet more!
Words matter. In fact, words are matter, because they set up the boundaries of human activity. For example, what is this stuff? They Call it Water Hmmph. It’s not water. It’s a stream. […]
Water is sacred. It tells the story of gravity. If you want to read the pattern of the stars, look to water. It’s telling you about that. I’ve been trying to follow […]