How Native and White Communities Make Alliances to Protect the Earth

This post was originally published on this site By Mary Annette Pember Resistance to the North Dakota Access Pipeline at Standing Rock brought greater media and public attention to Native peoples and our struggles with environmental injustice. It also provided a means for the public to express fears over the environmental threats posed to the … Read moreHow Native and White Communities Make Alliances to Protect the Earth

5 Ways to Make a Difference in the Life of a Monarch

This post was originally published on this site By Terri Hansen Winter is a perfect time to show migrating monarchs some butterfly love. Monarchs pair—bug talk for mating—over the winter in Mexico and California, and in February they begin their 2,500-mile journey north to Canada. It takes up to seven generations to get there, as … Read more5 Ways to Make a Difference in the Life of a Monarch

Take a Moment to Thank Your Food

By Kathryn Lafond During the holidays, talk is often of feasting. Even as a former chef with decades of experience raising plants and animals, I choose not to get into conversations about dietary choices—vegan, carnivore and everything in between. I prefer to ask: What fed you today, and were you thankful? Connecting to something larger … Read moreTake a Moment to Thank Your Food