August 4, 2022 - In the effort to provide safe passages for all kinds of creatures, wildlife corridors in all shapes, sizes, and locations are built through areas which could otherwise be hazardous. A first of its kind city-wide example is the subject of today's post. By Louise Conner
July 28, 2022 - A couple of experiences on a recent vacation brought home to me the beauty and resilience of creation's own art—as well as the good or harmful effects our actions can have on this beauty. By Louise Conner
July 14, 2022 - The art installation, Salmon School, places the plight of salmon and steelhead right before people's eyes through a "school" of blown glass fish hanging from the ceiling, absorbing the viewer imaginatively into their life and movements within a river. By Louise Conner
April 11, 2022 - Guest writer Rick Mylander invites us to consider crows as a symbol of hope and connection.
Feb. 21, 2022 - In 2015, my wife Debbie and had the remarkable opportunity to visit the Galapagos Islands. It opened a new world to us. By Mac Taylor