That is always the question when planting a native garden, isn’t it? How native is it going to be?
How do you mourn a landscape? In mid-July, my son and I took a drive up into the Angeles National Forest for a short hike to Winston Peak. COVID […]
A winter stroll provides a chance to get a sense of place where this vast wet wilderness meets the land.
Hetch Hetchy Valley was the little sister to the valley of Yosemite, a glacier carved gorge lined with vertical granite walls where multiple waterfalls roared.
Exploring ruins give me a sense of connection to those before me, of being a part of the stream of humanity. But I connect with ghosts.
It was a cool day with light cloud cover, good weather for a hike, so I decided to head out and see an old friend.
Pick a walk through a natural habitat and hike it once a month for a year. You’ll never have the same walk twice.
If you had to design a happy creature from scratch, chances are you’ll end up with something like a squirrel. Adorable, energetic, bushy tail, bouncy run.
Coyote brush is a tough, scrappy survivor, often overlooked and under appreciated.
Every forest is a graveyard.