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Magicical Adapting Trees

You don’t have to be a tree hugger to love these images of trees that adapted to our human environment cleverly:



A Bend in the Sidewalk

While Idaho is considered the “Gem State,” its capital — Boise — is known as the “City of Trees.” An unapologetic tree-hugger, I adore living in one of the historic preservation districts where trees are worked around, instead of cut down. 95 more words

Food For Thought

Cutting Back The Fences

Silently weeping willows
pray for relief
from saws that cut throats
like swords.

Coywolves mine for wilderness
in a world that’s no longer theirs
but still, isn’t really ours. 79 more words


We Lost, Time to Get Over It

After the 2012 election, RNC Chairman Reince Priebus released a document he referred to as the “Autopsy Report.”  It’s a little strange of a name, since an autopsy is performed on something that is already dead, but I can forgive the semantics.   1,932 more words

Politics And Policy

Advanced Science on How to Really Befriend a Tree

This just in from Raven:

“I love trees and this opened up a whole new world for me. It marries Chinese medicine with shamanism and working with the Fae in a very positive way. 41 more words

My Year In Books: The Ten Minute Activist by The Mission Collective - Book #29

Title: The Ten Minute Activist: Easy Ways to Take Back the Planet
Author: The Mission Collective
Illustrator: Lloyd Dangle
Series: N/A
Release Date: December 29, 2006… 755 more words

Book Review

Caught by the River

The central page of An Antidote to Indifference #7, the fanzine of the Caught by the River project in its diversion to Wales version, is a psychedelic illustration by… 33 more words

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