‘Feeding the Bees’ or, What we can all do together to sustain the Planet

Bees are really important to the ecology of the planet and we rely on them. A lot of food crops would not be sustainable where it not for the bees. Likewise for native plants that feed the wildlife fauna around us. It is a documented fact that bee populations are declining. This can be arrested […]

Changing the Global Climate Paradigm

The controversy over the New Green Deal is really just a paradigm shift.  We are moving into a new way of thinking about our relationship to nature.  The old 20th century paradigm is one of competition and confrontation.  The new paradigm is cooperation and reunification with our natural heritage. The old way dies hard however […]

Why Adjacent Woodland Areas Should NOT Be Left Alone

Some people believe that small wooded areas adjacent to neighborhoods should not be touched. While I understand their concern for nature; their philosophy, which is best applied to a deep forest or isolated island, is inappropriate for these wooded areas. These areas are not pristine deep forest and do not have the capacity to become […]