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feedback loops and sustainable activism

Touching Shame

I was out for a walk in the thin swath of wild borderlands between my suburban neighborhood and the high school and I met this plant which I had not seen before. I pulled out my phone and opened up the Picture This plant… Continue Reading “Touching Shame”


During times of crises, either personal or planetary, I often look to nature to see what lessons her 3.8 billion years of collective intelligence can teach me about life and resilience. As the COVID-19 pandemic spreads, taking over 100,000 lives and counting – further… Continue Reading “Serotiny”