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Let me introduce you to one of the oddest characters you will ever meet: a Northern Midshipman. It’s a deep ocean fish that comes into the shallows to spawn. Besides that, it has some other amazing qualities.
Neil Leonard is a member of the Shuswap tribe in Kamloops. His father and his sister were students on this school. In this conversation with Roland Guenther, Neil gives us an impression of what happened in this school and how the traumatic experiences of the children have consequences for the lives of Native people today.
Someone asked me: “Why do you always talk about nature?” Here is my answer…
The Calypso orchid seduces bumblebees. Come and join me to discover what they get out of it.
In this post we explore the local Oyster and Polarity.
The Western Red Cedar and its character.
A close view into the character of the dominant tree of the Pacific Northwest.
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Ferns have survived on this planet for more than 380 million years. They are the elders of the forest and they tell stories of ancient times.
What happens to a river affects us deeper than we think.
Like the stars in the night sky, the new light is born in the darkest time of the year. In a very similar way the potential of healing can be found right in the core of our suffering.
Come with me to the old totem pole and let us listen to its wisdom. It tells us about our relatedness to animals. It talks about the teachings of nature. It teaches us about living in harmony with the land.