Stewards of Earth & Home Spring edition, April, 2019

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Dr. Ingrid R. G. Waldron is a sociologist and Associate Professor in the School of Nursing at Dalhousie University in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada.  There’s Something in the Water is an academic and community-participant based study of environmental racism in the Indigenous and African-Canadian communities in Halifax, Nova Scotia. Waldron acknowledges that the environmental racism …

Stewards of Earth & Home Winter ed. 2019

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Nature and Madness, by Paul Sheppard. 1982 University of Georgia Press, Athens, Georgia, 1982 Excerpt from the back cover: “Paul Sheppard (1925-1996) is widely regarded as an elder of the environmental movement, whose radical and visionary ideas shaped much of our current thinking about human nature.” I began my reading experience of Nature and Madness …

Fall 2018, Stewards – of Earth & Home

Putney, Vermont. June, 2018.
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I was talking with my daughter about ADD. She said that studies reveal that a 30 minute walk in the morning through the forest or the woods contributes mightily to a sense of calm and well-being throughout the day for children with this difference. Imagine that! This revelation points to the ideas discussed in Paul …

The Return to Divine Stewardship (or something like it), summer edition 2018

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Review: The Natural Alien: Human and Environment, 2nd edition by Neil Evernden “This is the book that started me on my career as an environmental writer/philosopher.” Derrick Jensen   In the preface to the second edition, Evernden wastes few words and delves straight into the essence of our environmental crisis: “We must begin, however, with …

Co-Creating & Stewardship

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Spring Edition, 2018 focus photographic essay, The Wisdom of Trees: Mysteries, Magic, and Medicine, Jane Gifford. Packed full of history, medicinal wisdom and folklore, for personal, spiritual and emotional caring. Readings on co-creating a sustainable and regenerative relationship with the Earth. I thought I would share some of my readings here for considering the development …