I love to hear what people are thinking, saying, and doing about their relationship with the Earth–especially students and other young people who are able to put down their phones, pads and get ‘off the grid’ and out into Nature.
I invite your emails, your Facebook posts, your ‘Likes’ to help spread the word, your photographs, and your stories.
I also invite you to get outside and connect with the Earth. Because that’s what it’s really all about.
The Old Naturalist
Hello, We are planting clover in the lawn here in Wisconsin today and found this website. My dream plan is to propagate wild rose shrubs and other pollinator shrubs from small cuttings and finally sell them for very little. Will try clover and dandelion in planters as well.
That is a real good song about frogs Larry. My grandsons will be hearing that today. I ordered the nature book. I will let you know how it goes with my 4 year old grandson. I’m teaching him and he is eager to learn about everything. We talked about tree bark today and little growing leaves. We investigated a dead headless dove. Why didn’t the predator eat the body, only the head? I don’t know, do you?
Thank you for this gift of weekly “lessons” / outings. Please add me to your email list – I so appreciate your work in the world!
Could you add me to your email list?
I am inspired by the wildness in the photos, stories and poetry.
Thank you for bringing such simple beauty to my life.