Dandelion Seeds: On the Fractal Nature of the Earth Mother

Fractal / Texture X

As we celebrate the changing of the seasons and the balance of day and night the Rev. Melissa Hill talks about the fertile Earth Mother and how to harmonize modern science with ancient understanding of this goddess who supports us with every step we take. [Read more...]

Dandelion Seeds: Digging Deep and Reaching High

a dandelion surrounded by grass

Combining ancient lore, science, chickens, compost, and a smidge of humor, this is the first post from a new voice for for the earth and us on Agora: Dandelion Seeds. [Read more...]

Pantheisticon: Walking (with apologies to Thoreau)

My son being very careful with a Louisiana green tree frog discovered at our community garden.

A couple of summers ago I took my Environmental Sociology students (all three of them—hey, it was summer!) on an evening walk around the lovely park across the streetcar line from our university in uptown New Orleans. We had been talking about bioregionalism, a kind of environmentalism that focuses on the importance of developing a [Read More...]