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Living with Climate Change

The kind of place I find many Lindens in the Allegheny Mountains--along streams good for kayaking!

It is not easy to live in the Age of the Anthropocene–the increasingly difficult challenges of everyday life, the unweaving social fabric and community bonds, and of course, the 6th mass extinction and ongoing climate change. Despite the media parading …

In Support of Community Gardens

In February, news headlines everywhere began describing a new study from the University of Michigan made claims that urban agriculture (which includes urban farms, community gardens, and individual gardens) has a 6x higher carbon footprint than conventional agriculture. The headlines …

Poison Ivy from the Plant Spirit Oracle. She's watching you. (AI also stole this work, but best of luck stealing her spirit!)

Poison Ivy Teachings

Sometimes, as druids and as nature-oriented people, we focus only on the fuzzy and happy parts of nature: blooming edible flowers, fuzzy soft rabbits, cute animals, soft mats of green moss, and shy deer. But nature isn’t just about things …