The past few weeks have witness a massive gathering of Native people from many tribes, and their allies, to stop construction of the proposed $3.8 billion Dakota Access pipeline. The gathering, which mainstream media have labeled "a protest," is an attempt to protect both sacred lands and the planet. It is the latest example of … Continue reading The Power of Place
A lovely, chilly, raining day. It is good to have rain, as the Earth here has been quite dry, and the fire danger high. Saturday Jennie and I hosted a workshop focused on using personal stories to nurture and protect beloved spaces. Those gathered shared stories of the places they hold dear, and the fates … Continue reading Holding Place Dear
We belong to the places we love.