Tag Archives: ecology

Wildtending, Earth Healing, and Gathering and Sowing the Seeds

Calling all land regenerators, earth walkers, and friends of the weeds!  You can help heal our lands, today, with the resources you have and the love you have to give.  But this is not how it has to be. What … Continue reading

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Dam removal benefits for birds

Well, some birds anyway. Birds that eat fish that are impacted by dams. This is another bit of news related to the Elwha River, and how its damming, and now freedom, is affecting the surrounding ecosystem. The article concerns itself … Continue reading

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Mother trees and the plant-fungi network

I found multiple articles this week talking about how plants (trees, in particular) are connected with one another through their connections with fungi (usually referred to as mycorrhizal networks, and also called the “wood-wide web,” because it facilitates communication as … Continue reading

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Fish and farming

This is a really neat article that briefly touches on several really broad concepts as well as a couple of specific applications: The Sushi Project: Farming Fish And Rice in California’s Fields The basic concept at work here is changing … Continue reading

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The sixth great extinction?

I’ve seen lots of headlines about this recently, but due to other things I’d read in the past, I was a little hesitant to believe it – and I thought I’d seen this come up before, and then get refuted … Continue reading

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A little more love for the deep ocean

I feel I’ve been neglecting the watery side of things lately. Well, conveniently, and also what brought it back to my attention, Grist is doing a series of articles on the ocean (they are all really cool!), all interviews with … Continue reading

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More fun with insects and the earth

This time, beetles! The beetles that help clean up after certain animals, and enrich the soil in the process (from Meet the Beetles: One of nature’s most important and overlooked carbon farmers is also an ancient symbol of regeneration and … Continue reading

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