An ode to WS Merwin, who passed away last week.
How can artists effectively engage with the public about climate change?
Frost at the Cowichan Estuary, where a walk and some photography helped clear my mind.
The past two weeks have been pretty bad in terms of mental health. I’ve decided to cut down my Twitter and Facebook time even more. … Read more
Spring seems as though it’s halfway here, but it can’t make up its mind. The daffodils are starting to sprout, as is the garlic. The … Read more
Last week I published an article in Nature. Ha, I’ll bet you thought I meant a scientific article in the prestigious journal, Nature. Nope. I … Read more
Today instead of a Wednesday links post I’ve decided to write a regular post with a few links thrown in. —- Over the past few … Read more
Two weeks ago, I wrote a blog post for Science Borealis with my co-editor in the Earth & Environmental Science subject category, Sri Ray-Chauduri. A … Read more
I’ve been wanting to visit the Nature Conservancy of Canada’s (NCC) Cowichan Garry Oak Preserve since we moved here, but as an endangered ecosystem it’s … Read more
Consider all the losses that occur without our notice. The friend who stops calling, and you only realize six months later that you haven’t heard … Read more