My last update on my 2021 “evolutions” was was in April, so it’s time for another update. My 2021 evolutions came about in January when I decided that Evolutions were better than Resolutions because resolutions imply product, imply ending, and evolutions are an ongoing process that recognizes setbacks and changes.
Rewilding is getting quite a bit of traction these days and for good reason. But what is rewilding anyway? Well, it depends on who you ask. In general it’s about ecosystems and allowing nature to do what nature does in order to repair degraded land and promote biodiversity. Some people
My dream of rain and a lush garden the second half of summer has not happened. And, based on the forecast, is not going to happen. The drought continues. Minneapolis has imposed water restrictions and you’d think the world was ending for some people who are pissed off that they
Apprenticeship of the hands. Isn’t that a lovely phrase? It comes from a moving article, Literacy of the Fingers by Beth Tilston published in Dark Mountain. Tilston is making sourdough bread, a new skill for her, and one she was astonished to discover she was bad at. How hard could