Locavorism as a Pagan Value


How can modern pagans, most of whom have never grown their own food, create a deeper connection to the land through food? Moreover, how does buying locally produced food become a sacred act in and of itself? [Read more...]

Small Green Things


The growing light of day wakes me a little too early, and my first thought is that I’ve forgotten to put the blinds back up again. [Read more...]

It’s Okay To Be a (Pagan) Omnivore


Amid claims that meat makes you a less spiritual person and that veganism is the only way to cure environmental ills, Lupa Greenwolf gives salient reasons why omnivorism can be ecologically valid and spiritually balanced. [Read more...]

A New Look at the Magic of Trees


I am here in this world, and I want to be as fully in this world as I can be for as long as I have the privilege to do so. I don’t want to chase down dreams of an afterlife and miss out on the miracles that occur here every moment, with every breath. Trees are one good example of a miraculous sort of being. [Read more...]

The Importance of Nearby Nature


Last week I was taking a walk while in between appointments around the residential portion of the Hollywood District here in Portland. It was a glorious day, sunny and warm, and amid the sounds of lawnmowers and cars I could hear the voices of numerous birds in the trees and gardens around me. I walked [Read More...]