Browsing All Posts filed under »Land Ethic«

Seeking Balance

September 21, 2020


Seeking Balance at Equinox

‘Rona Time & Harvest Time

July 30, 2020


I realize that August is at the door, with arms full of produce.

Harvest and Healing

July 12, 2020


It is so important, now more than ever, that we LISTEN to the teachings of our indigenous elders.

Muffins, Milkweed: Two Haiku

July 9, 2020


Taking comfort in small pleasures during a difficult time.

Introducing: YpsiWrites Community

May 26, 2020


Cathy wondered if I'd be interested in using my Leopold Education Project and summer camp skills in the YpsiWrites community? I most certainly would.

Visual Literacy: Earthrise

May 19, 2020


The truth is in a photograph: the earth from outer space.

Rainy Day Ramble in 4 Photos

May 18, 2020


"Each moment of the year has its own beauty,"

Citizen Eater

May 6, 2020


A few years ago, I had a number of Lunch Buddies–high school students who ate lunch in my classroom–who deemed my vegetarian diet “twigs and branches.” After a few months of lunching together, graduation open house season was (so suddenly, it seemed!) upon us. I have the loveliest memory of one, in particular… The student […]

In Honor of Our Earth Mother

April 22, 2020


I was in kindergarten for the first Earth Day ever, and it had a huge impact on my consciousness. 

A “People” Is From A Place

April 8, 2020


It's all connected. How can we expect students to care about life on earth enough to help the human species survive if we teach them that nature is irrelevant for their lives?