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Meltwater on the Sólheimajökull glacier

The Tears of the Earth: A Hike on Sólheimajökull Glacier

It was our final day in Iceland before returning back to the US. We so many great experiences visiting this country of beautiful extremes, but more than anything, what we wanted to see on our last day was a glacier. …

So much wonderful food in the greenhouse!

The Samhain of our Lives

Just last week, we had our first hard frost. After homesteading for a number of years, you grow to be vigilant for the signs of the first frost. The air smells different somehow in the two or so weeks leading …

A Spring Equinox Message: The Gifts of Druidry in the World

Today marks the Spring Equinox, Alban Eiler, a time of new beginnings, of the balance between light and darkness, between summer and winter, and between hope and despair.  Given the energy of today and the challenges before us, I’d like …

The Mountains of PA (Cambria County, looking out onto Bedford and Somerset Counties)

The Work of Regeneration: Taking a Stand on Your Land

As I write these words, I look out my window at at rounded, weathered, Appalachian mountain, topped with trees, rising up from behind the houses in my small town. This mountain, and the many others in Western PA, are part …

Permaculture!

The Power of Permaculture: Regenerating Landscapes and Human-Nature Connections

As a species, we are facing a number of challenges that can be overwhelming—from global climate change to failing ecosystems, to mass deforestation and substantial water stress. Many who care deeply about the earth, who see the earth as sacred, …