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September 2021 | THE WORK OF THE SACRED FEMININE CONTINUES
August 2021 | PART II: LESLIE ADKINS on Eco-grazing, the Fibershed, and Making Yarn.
July 2021 | LESLIE ADKINS’ STORY: PART I – The evolution of an environmental scientist and a wool farmer with a no-kill ethic.
June 2021 | THE PIPER by Diana Badger
May 2021 | RESTORING THE SACRED FEMININE — WHY ALL LIFE DEPENDS ON IT: An Interview with Jackie Crovetto in the UK: Part II
April 2021 | RESTORING THE SACRED FEMININE — WHY OUR PRESENT AND FUTURE DEPEND ON IT — An Interview with Jackie Crovetto in the UK: Part I
March 2021 | THE BAREFOOT GARDENER — An Interview with Yeti: There’s a need to find one’s place on the map. Not just the physical, but where are you in the rhythm and cycle of nature. The more you can locate yourself there, the more things work out …
February 2021 | INTERVIEW WITH BARRY VESSER FROM THE CLIMATE CENTER, SONOMA COUNTY, CALIFORNIA – Part II: The science is pretty clear, we need to get to net negative emissions by 2030 which means drawing down more carbon from the atmosphere than we’re putting into it.
January 2021 | INTERVIEW WITH BARRY VESSER FROM THE CLIMATE CENTER, SONOMA COUNTY, CALIFORNIA – Part I: Getting to a Carbon-free Economy
December 2020 | A “KINCENTRIC” VIEW OF LIFE. described by MELISSA NELSON, INDIGENOUS ECOLOGIST, WRITER, EDITOR, MEDIA-MAKER, AND SCHOLAR-ACTIVIST.
November 2020 | INTERVIEW WITH KAMALA BENNETT, LANDSCAPE DESIGNER – Part II: This work is my profession, but it is also my art form, my spiritual practice, and my activism.
October 2020 | INTERVIEW WITH KAMALA BENNETT, LANDSCAPE DESIGNER – Part I: I became very aware of the potency of crafting space and how transformative it can be, both in positive and negative senses.
September 2020 | MUD, MARRIAGE, AND MAGENTA, by IRENE BAKER
August 2020 | RESPONDING WITH LOVE AND COURAGE TO THE CALL OF THE GLOBAL ECOLOGICAL CRISIS, INTERVIEW WITH SHAMS KAIRYS – Part II: The aversion to facing our reality and our feeling responses is totally understandable. I don’t want to “go there” either, but the practice of sustaining my gaze is a form of living my truth.
July 2020 | RESPONDING WITH LOVE AND COURAGE TO THE CALL OF THE GLOBAL ECOLOGICAL CRISIS, INTERVIEW WITH SHAMS KAIRYS – Part I: The dread of feeling dread is part of what keeps us from opening to the fullness of our world.
June 2020 | INTERVIEW WITH SARAH ALLEN, MARINE BIOLOGIST AND CONSERVATIONIST – Part II: I focused on the importance of science in informing management. I learned from Starker Leopald that you can’t plan anything if you don’t know the FACTS! We needed the info first.
May 2020 | INTERVIEW WITH SARAH ALLEN, MARINE BIOLOGIST AND CONSERVATIONIST – Part I: You can’t care about species unless you have an emotional connection; without that you can’t empathize and understand them.
April 2020 | COVID-19: RECIPES FOR DISASTER AND OPPORTUNITIES FOR BEING
March 2020 | THE PARADOX OF BEES: INTERVIEW WITH MICHAEL THIELE
February 2020 | INTERVIEW WITH DESIGN ENGINEER LAURA SHUMAKER AND FROZEN 2: “My favorite place to climb is Bishop, California. It’s like going on a pilgrimage to a cathedral instead of weekly church.”
January 2020 | LESLIE DAVENPORT, PIONEER IN CLIMATE CHANGE PSYCHOLOGY – Part II: Everyone has a role in helping reverse our accelerating climate chaos.
December 2019 | LESLIE DAVENPORT, PIONEER IN CLIMATE CHANGE PSYCHOLOGY – Part I:
I used to say, “English is my second language, dance is my first.”
November 2019 | LUCY ARON, PHOTOGRAPHER: “Stay open to everything, seek the edge—the one that makes you feel you’re tangling with a koan—and never lose the spirit of play.”
October 2019 | RETAINING THE BIODIVERSITY OF WOODLAND – Part II: “It’s rare to walk around the county and see a hillside of redwood sorrel surrounded by other native plants.”
September 2019 | RETAINING THE BIODIVERSITY OF WOODLAND – Part I: Since I was a girl I’ve been programmed to experience and hold both the beauty and agony of the Earth.
August 2019 | FARMING WITH KILEY CLARK – A BLACK PERSPECTIVE: It’s easy to gloss over the issues in farming and just say, “Here’s a pretty vegetable.”
June 2019 | SACRED SEEDS with FOREST SHOMER—Part II: THE REDISCOVERY OF PRAIRIES: STOREHOUSES OF FOOD AND MEDICINE
May 2019 | SACRED SEEDS: INTERVIEW WITH FOREST SHOMER, A MASTER WILD SEED PERSON — Part I.
April 2019 | WATER – Part II: Now we can see water as an endangered species
March 2019 | WATER – Part I: The Intelligence of Water
February 2019 | HORSE-LOVE: SUSAN JAN’S STORY
January 2019 | THE BEAUTY AND HEALING OF TREES with ARTIST, MICHAEL ZIEVE
December 2018 | THE BARBER AND THE SAMI
November 2018 | “MAKING THE POWER OF WATER VISIBLE” with SCULPTOR, ALMUTH TEBBENHOFF
October 2018 | CONNECTING TO EARTH’S MAGIC with STEPHANIE NOBLE
September 2018 | INNER VOICE – A JOURNEY OF DISCOVERY
August 2018 | A QUIET STRENGTH with ARTIST, TERI SLOAT
July 2018 | CHILDHOOD MEMORIES & EMMANUEL VAUGHAN-LEE’S INTERVIEW with JOANNA MACY
June 2018 | TREES TALK: Have You Listened? By SALLY CHURGEL
May 2018 | GOATS GALORE!
April 2018 | SPEAKING STONES with BHAVANI JUDITH TUCKER
March 2018 | THE WISDOM OF TREES
February 2018 | EARTH’S POWERS
January 2018 | THE SUBTLETIES OF WATER AND LIFE
December 2017 | COMPOSTING AND “EARTH’S SECRET MYSTERY”
November 2017 | COOKING
October 2017 | BREATHING
September 2017 | GOOD GRIEF
August 2017 | HONORING THE SUN
July 2017 | GARDEN MEDITATION
June 2017 | SPRING BLOOM
May 2017 | GARDENING
April 2017 | WALKING THIS EARTH
March 2017 | PLUM BLOSSOM and PHOTOGRAPHER, RUTH GILMORE
January 2017 | NEW YEAR DESPAIR?
December 2016 | STANDING ROCK AND OUR POWER
November 2016 | WHAT DOES EARTH-LOVE LOOK LIKE? MARY JOHNSON RESPONDS FROM AUSTRALIA
October 2016 | WHAT DOES EARTH-LOVE LOOK LIKE?