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

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…]

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Review: Thinking Wild

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

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I like weather

On the cold mornings when we walk to preschool, my 4.5 yr old son insists it’s still winter. No, I say, look at the daffodils, violets, and pink blossoms on a tree I don’t know the name of yet. Spring is just getting started! [Read more…]

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Sacred Lands and Spiritual Landscapes

Niki looks ahead to Cherry Hill Seminary’s conference on Sacred Lands and Spiritual Landscapes and wonders what the map of her spiritual landscape might look like. [Read more…]

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How to be a tourist

What is it like to make your home in a “tourist” town? [Read more…]

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When one’s home shows up on television

Are any of you fans of Bravo’s tv show, Top Chef? I am. I love it. It might seem a strange question here, except for the fact that this week’s episode was filmed in Juneau, my home land, and the previous episode was filmed on a cruise ship sailing up the Inside Passage. [Read more…]

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The problem of Imbolc

I’ve never felt all that connected to this spoke on the great wheel of seasonal observances. While I feel connected to all things Celtic, I grew up in Alaska, where spring lasts all of six weeks and doesn’t arrive until after Beltaine. How could the coming of spring be visible in early February?? That’s crazy talk! [Read more…]

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