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During the holidays, you can buy my books at a 60% discount off of the retail price. Each book is priced at $10 + $3.50 shipping = $13.50 I will sign all books. If you don’t like them, books can … Continue reading
Every Fall, thousands of hawks migrate past Hawk Ridge Nature Reserve, in Duluth, MN. Hundreds of bird watchers come for the annual Fall migration. Phil Fitzpatrick is a poet and is writing a book about Hawk Ridge. Phil said … Continue reading
A workshop developed by ArtStart director, Carol Sirrine, challenged 13 students to create an “Earthly Shrine” that honored the wonders of nature and addressed the impact that humans have had on the Earth. The artists/naturalists ranged in age from 14-17 … Continue reading
I have lived in the Twin Cities for 30 years and have never visited Coon Rapids Dam until last weekend. What a treasure! A lot of birdwatchers, photographers with ultra long lens, families, and bicyclists. Many thanks to Jane Ball … Continue reading
Text and photos by Gary Friedrichsen. Other photos by Robert Lockett. I feel extremely blessed to have visited many parts of this amazing planet, and been awed by the grandeur of both human and natural wonders. But after a … Continue reading
All photos and text by Celeste Rouse Why am I so obsessed with Nature? Because it breathes life into me, it encourages me, it embraces me and gives me permission to take time to listen. To listen to the … Continue reading
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I recently read an important new book on Earth Spirituality, called “Travels with the Earth Oracle”. This the story of a group of people who traveled to sacred areas around the world.The book is about engaging with the Earth in … Continue reading
The ArtStart Camp run by Carol Sirrine is in its 25th year. The theme this week was the Galapagos Islands. The students in our classes were between 6 and 11 years old. Their dedication to their work and attention to … Continue reading