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Transformative Experiences in Nature

Dr. Susan Eirich has been invited to speak at the prestigious international Cortona Week 2022 to be held in Pontignano, Italy, June 26 – July 3, 2022. Speakers and guests from around the world are selected by the Cortona Friends committee and asked to share insights about emerging themes of

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Wolf standing on a small rise beside some trees

Wolves and the Power of Collective Action

For those of us who love wolves and know how critical they are to the health of many ecosystems, this year’s wave of government-sanctioned wolf hunts in states across the country has been nothing short of heartbreaking. Given that reality, news from Wisconsin provides some welcome relief. A judge has

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Woman holding a baby rabbit

Baby Rabbit Rescue: A Will to Live

On June 27th, a weeks-old baby mountain cottontail was hit by a car on a road in Rexburg, Idaho, and badly injured. A caring young woman saw him, picked him up, and called Earthfire. Hearing of the extent of his injuries, we recommended that she take him to our local

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Fox kits sleeping together in a metal culvert

A Skulk of Foxes Comes to Earthfire

Five orphaned fox kits arrived in April for recovery and rehabilitation, their mother killed by a dog. When discovered, they were hungry and dehydrated. They’re now thriving and rambunctious in their covered enclosure with an outdoor play area. We’ve placed logs, large stones, sandboxes and wide-mouth tubes in their garden.

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Girl watches a video presentation on a laptop outside near a pond

Susan Speaks at Cortona Pearls 2021

How can we turn a distanced appreciation of nature into a meaningful, life-changing relationship with all of Life? Susan’s virtual Cortona Pearl presentation Reawakening our Bond with our Wild Earth explored this topic, inviting shared experiences in real-time from participants. We’ve shared a snippet of the event below. For more

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Logo for Cortona Friends

Transformative Experiences in Nature

Dr. Susan Eirich has been invited to speak at the prestigious international Cortona Week 2022 to be held in Pontignano, Italy, June 26 – July 3, 2022. Speakers and guests from around the world are selected by the Cortona Friends committee and asked to share insights about emerging themes of

Read More
Wolf standing on a small rise beside some trees

Wolves and the Power of Collective Action

For those of us who love wolves and know how critical they are to the health of many ecosystems, this year’s wave of government-sanctioned wolf hunts in states across the country has been nothing short of heartbreaking. Given that reality, news from Wisconsin provides some welcome relief. A judge has

Read More
Woman holding a baby rabbit

Baby Rabbit Rescue: A Will to Live

On June 27th, a weeks-old baby mountain cottontail was hit by a car on a road in Rexburg, Idaho, and badly injured. A caring young woman saw him, picked him up, and called Earthfire. Hearing of the extent of his injuries, we recommended that she take him to our local

Read More
Fox kits sleeping together in a metal culvert

A Skulk of Foxes Comes to Earthfire

Five orphaned fox kits arrived in April for recovery and rehabilitation, their mother killed by a dog. When discovered, they were hungry and dehydrated. They’re now thriving and rambunctious in their covered enclosure with an outdoor play area. We’ve placed logs, large stones, sandboxes and wide-mouth tubes in their garden.

Read More
Girl watches a video presentation on a laptop outside near a pond

Susan Speaks at Cortona Pearls 2021

How can we turn a distanced appreciation of nature into a meaningful, life-changing relationship with all of Life? Susan’s virtual Cortona Pearl presentation Reawakening our Bond with our Wild Earth explored this topic, inviting shared experiences in real-time from participants. We’ve shared a snippet of the event below. For more

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