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Ripples

At the end of February I walked into Bishop Elementary School’s office to sign out my son so that he could go to a medical appointment. As I walked in the door, I was greeted by the sight of two photographs hanging on the wall. The first was taken quite a number of years ago as students...

Run Salmon Run

It was day three of Run4Salmon and Winnemem Wintu Chief Caleen Sisk was on a motorboat, heading from the salty waters of San Francisco Bay to the fresh water of the Sacramento River. A hundred pilgrims had walked for two days through the Bay Delta—Ohlone territory—following the route of migrating winter-run Chinook salmon, as we...

Fostering Alliances

True alliances are about partnerships, local and global community, amongst those with shared vision, values, and work. They thrive with simple clear agreements and exist beyond boundaries. They are sourced in relations with our common ground, earth, and best characterized by truth and love ….They are part of a paradigm shift, moving away from a kind...

The Vision Landing

It’s November 2017. I am at Evergreen Lodge (Miwok land)– somewhere in between Groveland and the western entrance of Yosemite National Park, where the incense cedar fills my lungs and cold air bites my nose. It’s the end of Day One at a conference called Localizing California Waters. Instead of heading to the pub to...

Journeys with the Waterman

This past December, I had the privilege to spend two weeks following the “Waterman of India”, Dr. Rajendra Singh, through his homeland, carrying his message of water protection and ecosystem restoration. The journey furthered my belief and understanding that widespread ecological healing is possible if we work together with the right energy and approach.

From the Sea to the Source

It was back in 2003 that I undertook the greatest adventure of my life, a pilgrimage from the sea to the source of the Yarra, the river of my home place, the city of Melbourne, Australia. It was a walk along the major Songline of Wurundjeri Country, along the river long known as...