Category: Environmental Awareness
West Through the Rocky Mountains: A Road Trip 2021 Photo Essay
The landscape of the Rocky Mountains dwarfs human scale in every way with breathtaking views in each moment.
American Junk! How Legends Furniture and Overstock.com Eschew Accountability for Making Expensive Landfill (Waste Series: Part 1)
This longish story, is an invaluable contemporary, cautionary tale on the plight of American-made goods. It’s worth reading if you want to save time, money and energy on important major purchases for should-be durable goods. If it doesn’t last decades, it’s junk.
Black Canyon of the Gunnison, Colorado: A 2021 Road Trip Photo Essay
Black Canyon of the Gunnison National State Park in Colorado offers visitors many wonders on a large and small scale.
Beekeeping: A Stonebridge Farm Photo Essay (Road Trip 2021)
Rescued Fur Babies (Part 2): Curving the Number of Street Animals
Follow our animal rescue stories and our community response to curbing the numbers of street animals while supporting families who love their pets.
A Month in the Italian Alps: Documenting an Artist’s Journey
I invite you to follow along with me as I examine and document instances of sacred geometry in the land and nature, deriving inspiration for my art. I will practice respectful and sustainable foraging, testing the physical properties of the natural landscape, like pigmentation, adhesion, and structural integrity, to aid in the making of weavings, clays, natural glues, paints, paper, and more. As I experiment with and study these age-old creative techniques, which are largely brand new to me, I will share with you my processes and discoveries.
Salton Sea Beach Photo Essay: Road Trip 2021
Borderlands: A Photo Essay of Border Field State Park in California
More than 60 percent of fabric fibers are now synthetics, derived from fossil fuels, so if and when our clothing ends up in a landfill (about 85 percent of textile waste in the United States goes to landfills or is incinerated), they will not decay.