Practicing Attentiveness Reflection by Steven Esau (Conservation Intern, Spring & Summer 2021) It was only a few years ago that I really looked at trees for the first time. I [...]
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By Jillian Urbach If you’ve ever been to A Rocha’s Brooksdale Environmental Center, then you know the Little Campbell River named TATALU in SENĆOŦEN, the language of the Semiahmoo First [...]
Since I was a teenager, I’ve had the instinct to hug trees. I was conscious of “tree-hugger” as a derogative term for environmentalists, and while this made the act feel [...]
“Stand Erect in Your Sorrow” —Henri Nouwen I live at its roots, a thick-trunked maple I see out my basement window, whose branches arc like a canopy over me while [...]
Nearly every day for the past four years, one of my first acts when I stumble out of bed each morning is to pull aside the ochre curtain of my [...]