Category Archives: Planetary Stewardship

Knowing is the Key to Caring

Sylvia Earle wrote, “Knowing is the key to caring, and with caring there is hope that people will be motivated Read More →

Leaping Off the Cliff

Today I wrote a friend, “I feel a nudge to fly off the cliff….my toes are hanging over the edge Read More →

To Listen, To Connect….To Love

It was below freezing when I arrived at the farm. Frost dusted delicate tendrils of dried wildflowers in open fields Read More →

What is the Earth Worth to You?

A few days ago I visited a high school classroom where I presented a program on recycling. The teacher sponsors Read More →

Finding Our Voice

In her book, When Women Were Birds, Terry Tempest Williams writes about what it means to pair voice with inner Read More →

I Choose Love

The past week’s meditations have been about connecting with animals…wildlife and domesticated. It has been challenging. Once we determine to be Read More →

What Magic!

Today was the last of the 2013 Sea Turtle patrol walks for me. My Sunday morning strolls looking for mother Read More →

A Lightness of Being

Sunday mornings, prior to sunrise, find me traversing an empty beach lot to the dune line. A short climb over Read More →

Tides Are Turning

I can almost hear the squeaking, grinding gears of the cogs of the old machinery as it begins to come Read More →

When Technology Outgrows Conscience

In my cross-training efforts the elliptical trainer provides an opportunity to catch up on TED talks. While I whirl and Read More →