I have always loved Thanksgiving. In our capitalist world we have a holiday that celebrates shopping for stuff we don’t need and cutting down millions of small trees. We have another that seems to center around stuffed rabbits and plastic eggs. The anniversary of our nation’s…
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Autumn is finally arriving in Oregon today, after an extra month of summer. Spring also arrived a month late this year, and farmers who were forced to…
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When I moved to western Oregon fourteen years ago, knowing that this would be my home for some time to come, I wanted to establish the same sense of…
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Turning Days growing shorter Dark now at 8:30. Same as mid-April but still summer Oceans and mountains holding the heat That our Sun no longer supplies…
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I’m rolling across the Palouse of eastern Washington State, a mix of sagebrush and wheat fields in thin soil over basalt – land scoured by the great…
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When I say that I have an ecological spirituality, I mean that I find sacredness and divinity in the living, ever-changing, ever-evolving planet that we…
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The Dendroica Project’s first guest post from someone very special to me, with whom I share a way of seeing the natural world that surrounds us. I’ll be…
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