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Restoring the Earth Community ~ A New Perspective, Vol 2

Here’s the second segment of the series. I can’t say that I am getting more comfortable in front of a camera, so I am grateful to my patient husband Jim. Much of this content exists in an earlier post, so you can consider this the CliffNotes version. I am increasingly fascinated by the field of Read More…

Splashing with Whales

I want to introduce you to a friend and colleague who has recently returned from Baja. Megan LeBoutillier is an artist and naturalist, her work inspired by the sheer beauty of life of all kinds in its natural state, and, on this occasion, the lives of gray whales. These are her words: Recently I had Read More…

Toward a Deep Ecology: First Steps

Pat Hatfield, a naturalist and teacher in the Ohio state park system, conducts workshops for women who are wanting to reconnect to the natural world. She describes one workshop in particular with these words: “A creepy-crawly adventure in the grasses of the field. Bring journals, sketch pads, wear long pants.” Once the participants are gathered, Read More…

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