About Niki Whiting

Japan’s Fukushima Disaster and Its Impact on Fish in the Pacific Northwest

A fishing boat in my home port of Auke Bay, Alaska. By Gillfoto, via Wikimedia Commons.

For the most part, those of us that love wild seafoods from the Pacific Northwest don’t have to worry — at least, not about radiation from the Fukushima nuclear reactor. Sadly, it is Japan that suffers the most from Fukushima’s meltdown. As I give thanks to the Great Salmon for their life-giving abundance, I offer up prayers for the people and land of Japan. [Read more...]

Review: Thinking Wild

Thinking-Wild-Its-Gifts-of-Insight

Niki reviews fellow Alaskan Theo Grutter’s book, ‘Thinking Wild.’ [Read more...]

Heading Out for a Festival

Niki heads off to Canada for a vacation and some sacred space. [Read more...]

Distracting you with flowers

Purple rhodedendrons.

Niki shares pictures of pretty flowers in her yard. [Read more...]

Procession Photos and May Day

Some one dressed up as skunk cabbage! One of my favorite plants!

Niki posts pictures of the amazing Procession of the Species parade in Olympia, WA. [Read more...]

Procession of the Species

By Davidakoontz at English Wikipedia via Wikimedia Commons, from 2005.

Niki prepares to participate in the Procession of the Species. [Read more...]

The body as a place

My Welsh fairy tree, standing in for the World Tree today.

Niki ponders a brand new (to her) idea about our bodies being Places and Lands of their own. [Read more...]


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