Canada’s west-central Rockies have changed dramatically in the two centuries since David Thompson’s time.
Just a few weeks ago, Donald Trump changed the Migratory Bird Treaty Act of 1918 by limiting penalties for bird deaths across the country. Now … Read more
Lately I’ve been reading about a lot of Mary’s, and I enjoy them all!
Rachel Carson is often seen as the driver of the modern environmental movement. But who stands in her shoes today?
On climate change, politics, and the power of good women writers. The last week has been pretty chilly for the Coast, especially for February. Where … 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
This week’s Wednesday on the Web is basically a list of things that make me shake my head. And then some. In the US: 1. … Read more
This past week, Evidence for Democracy (E4D) released a report on the state of government research capacity and oversight in British Columbia. The results weren’t … Read more
A few weeks ago I watched a documentary on PBS about Rachel Carson. Like most people, I’d heard about her and knew she’d written Silent … Read more
I just had an article published in Terrain.org: Journal of the Built + Natural Environments. It’s a Q&A with Margo Farnsworth, a fellow nature writer … Read more