Every generation and social class in Canada gets to make the country new, in their own image. That’s part of being in a settler society. Settlement is a permanent process, and everyone […]
It makes … …harvesting… … out of the question! And they call mint “invasive”!
Old Style Rock Garden. New owners, New Style Rock Garden: You can’t cheat at art.
The replacement of lawn with gravel to save a rain shadow valley from drought is based on the principle of laying plastic down over the living earth and smothering it so that […]
We don’t need lawn. Or gravel. But what about thyme? No mowing. No watering. The thyme below is just growing at the side of the road. Flowers for the bees! Something for the […]
Welcome to the second of a series of posts on creating a sustainable Okanagan. They are archived on the menu bar above. Today: smart water. Read on… Wherever there is a crack, […]
I thought you might like to see. Desert Parsley, Yarrow, Blue Bunch Wheatgrass, and Ponderosa Pine Cones
Imagine if this pussy willow… … was your world … …and not just yours … … but a world of many creatures … … namely a wasp… … and a different wasp […]
Canada does not deserve this land. It burns it… Forest Fire Smoke Over Okanagan Landing … it tries to make it hotter than it is … Plasticized Soil (Weeds, plastic, clay), […]
In forest fire season, even the grassland hills are suffering in the smoke.Note how the golf course road zig-zagging back and forth here manages to take all the water away. Note as […]