September 16, 2023 - Guest writer Colleen shares ways she makes her art practice more earth-friendly. By Colleen Megerle.
September 2, 2023 - In this practical piece, Jessalyn shares an alternative to paper towels. By Jessalyn Gentry.
August 19, 2023. Household actions can have a big impact. By Abigail Welborn.
August 5, 2023 - In this very practical piece for Practical Earthkeeping, Jessalyn shares her own experience with finding a more earth-friendly toilet paper. By Jessalyn Gentry
July 15, 2023 - We have plenty to share. By S. E. Reid.
July 1, 2023 - Right to Repair is a global movement to allow you to fix your own stuff. By Jessalyn Gentry.
June 17, 2023. When many people take small steps, we make big change when combined. By Abigail Welborn.
June 3, 2023 - Eating "ugly" foods can help minimize food waste, support farmers, and care for creation. By Jessalyn Gentry.
May 6, 2023 - Repairing something that you already own, rather than buying a replacement, can truly can be a radical act. By Jessalyn Gentry.
April 22, 2023 - Practical tips to help birds during their spring migration. By Kevin Vande Vusse.
April 8, 2023 - We can use the power of the Internet to help care for creation. By Jessalyn Gentry
March 25, 2023 - Sustainable swaps for Easter baskets. By Jessalyn Gentry
July 11, 2022 - We can protect our birds by making bird friendly homes and choices! By Vidhya Chintala
July 4, 2022 - Today we welcome back Rev. Elaine Breckenridge as our guest writer as she shares a significant earthkeeping project from her own back yard. by Rev. Elaine Breckenridge
June 27, 2022 - Last week, since learning from each other is foundational for The Ecological Disciple (and our parent organization, Circlewood), we invited readers to share earthkeeping practices and habits from their own lives. We are grateful for those who shared from their experience.
June 13, 2022 - Today we introduce our new column, Practical Earthkeeping. We'll be hearing from different people in the Monday column on this topic while James is moving he and his family to Camano Island. Today, we hear about ways to make chores more sustainable. By Vidhya Chintala.