Dear Fellow Artist: No, I Will Not Use Fake Fur, and Here’s Why

The Litany of Nature; Or, Time For a New Journal

Townsend’s chipmunk. Bleeding heart. Chicken of the woods. Earlier this month I experienced an important milestone: I filled up my hiking journal. Most hikes I’ve gone on in the past seven and a half years, I’ve toted along an increasingly battered, well-loved spiral-bound blank… Continue Reading

Plastics, Resins and Foams: On Trying to Be an Eco-Friendly Artist in an Era of Synthetics

Song For the Elements

Book Review: In the Field, Among the Feathered

The Pagan Ape

Totemism 201: Why Species Are Important

So, Lupa, How *Do* We Make Nature Spirituality More About Nature?

Why Do We Make “Nature” Based Spirituality All About Us?

My Recent Environmental Nonprofit Contributions