Heatwaves in the Pacific Northwest are bad news for the coastal temperate rainforest.
The recent Pacific Northwest heatwave has implications for future climate in this region.
Two weeks ago I read an article in our regional newspaper about the drought on Vancouver Island and I thought “drought, what drought?” It seemed … Read more
What if we excised “nature” and “wilderness” from our language – how would we relate to the natural world?
This past week I read two books by Raynor Winn, a UK nature writer. The Salt Path is the first, which was followed by The … Read more
I have always been fascinated by cicadas – the periodical ones that emerge every 13 or 17 years in a frenzy of feeding and mating. … Read more
Trees are so much more than just stalks of wood.
University of Saskatchewan researchers have developed a model to distribute snow over complex terrain.
Spring is coming – the equinox comes on Saturday March 20th!
In the North Atlantic, changing ocean currents mean changing weather patterns.