The Slow Flowers Society, begun in Seattle in 2013, asks us to consider supporting local growers and to reduce the impact of transporting flowers across the world.
The character James Dean played in 'Rebel' was exactly how we were in our teenage years.
On Oct. 8, we got a big reminder of the precarious infrastructure of our Puget Sound region.
How fluid are our sensitivity and resilience levels? How can we effectively bolster both?
As city lots shrink, creating a demand for smaller trees, this tree is a perfect candidate
In these times of incessant bad news across the airwaves, I’m keen to hear creative responses to this world gone awry. A delightful story recently reached me, describing a small neighborhood effort that led to a city-wide program for people to gather in communities, bringing their knowledge, skills, resources, and desires to be of service.
Fall is a perfect time for taking stock, and there's still time for the tasks that will support your garden for next year.
If supporters of Earthing are correct, the secret to blasting inflammation and boosting wellness might be right at your feet.
Perhaps you remember Tarō Gomi’s 1970s bestselling children’s picture book, Everyone Poops, featuring illustrations of all manner of animals relieving themselves, creating squealing delight for most children, along with consternation for some adults. In today’s world it’s common to see people dealing with dog poop and the consternation is when poop has been left behind. Once human animals are out of diapers and “potty trained” we take for granted that toilets will manage our human dung.
It’s a familiar story: I met someone who became my friend. And though this someone was a man, we were never more than a friendship. From his first dance class in my studio, there was something between us that might have made people think we were more, but it was never like that.
Think of your garden as a stage set — and you are the set designer.