Earthfire Stories

The books Bright Green Lies and Embrace Fearlessly the Burning World standing on a rock with foliage in the background

What We’re Reading

At first glance, two new books that address our deepening environmental crises—Bright Green Lies by Derrick Jensen, Lierre Keith, & Max Wilbert and Embrace Fearlessly the Burning World by Barry Lopez—seem worlds apart in their approach on how to heal our ailing planet. Even the covers send different messages: the

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High altitude drone image showing the curve of the earth, rivers, and clouds in the atmosphere

Protecting Our Shared Home

Our rational conscious mind can process 40 bits of information per second. Our intuitive subconscious mind can process 11 million. Yet our western culture increasingly focuses on rationality and dismisses our capacity for intuitive wisdom, in our education, our cultural ways of seeing things, and our choice of policies in

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Brown wooden fencing with inset hotwire runs through a field surrounded by mountains

The Value and Importance of Wildlife Friendly Fencing

Millions of miles of fencing is used across the US to contain livestock and define property boundaries. Much of this fencing does not take into account the migration routes of ungulates and other large and small mammals, often leading to perilous outcomes for wildlife populations trying to reach critical resources

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Book titled We Are in the Middle of Forever laying on the forest floor surrounded by moss, leaves, and tree roots

We Are the Middle of Forever

Beginning each interview with prayer, Stan Rushworth and Dahr Jamail have nurtured a collection of stories, insights, and hope from the perspective of Indigenous narrators as we all confront the realities of climate change and other human-based damage to our Earth. During a conversation with Susan Eirich, the authors of

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Old willow tree with new growth

The Tree of Life

For more than 100 years it grew, gracing the home of the people who planted and gave life to it. It added a note of beauty and peace to the center of the small town, heralding spring with the fresh green of bursting buds, town crier for the renewal of

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The Teton mountain range tinted pink by the sunrise, with a forest in the foreground

A Spring Morning in the Tetons

The pinking of the sky in the early dawning. The cool pine-scented breeze flowing down from the mountains. The growing golden light casting long shadows across the fields of sage dotted with bright golden flowers, touching the tops of the trees in their fresh spring greenery as the entire land

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The books Bright Green Lies and Embrace Fearlessly the Burning World standing on a rock with foliage in the background

What We’re Reading

At first glance, two new books that address our deepening environmental crises—Bright Green Lies by Derrick Jensen, Lierre Keith, & Max Wilbert and Embrace Fearlessly the Burning World by Barry Lopez—seem worlds apart in their approach on how to heal our ailing planet. Even the covers send different messages: the

Read More
High altitude drone image showing the curve of the earth, rivers, and clouds in the atmosphere

Protecting Our Shared Home

Our rational conscious mind can process 40 bits of information per second. Our intuitive subconscious mind can process 11 million. Yet our western culture increasingly focuses on rationality and dismisses our capacity for intuitive wisdom, in our education, our cultural ways of seeing things, and our choice of policies in

Read More
Brown wooden fencing with inset hotwire runs through a field surrounded by mountains

The Value and Importance of Wildlife Friendly Fencing

Millions of miles of fencing is used across the US to contain livestock and define property boundaries. Much of this fencing does not take into account the migration routes of ungulates and other large and small mammals, often leading to perilous outcomes for wildlife populations trying to reach critical resources

Read More
Book titled We Are in the Middle of Forever laying on the forest floor surrounded by moss, leaves, and tree roots

We Are the Middle of Forever

Beginning each interview with prayer, Stan Rushworth and Dahr Jamail have nurtured a collection of stories, insights, and hope from the perspective of Indigenous narrators as we all confront the realities of climate change and other human-based damage to our Earth. During a conversation with Susan Eirich, the authors of

Read More
Old willow tree with new growth

The Tree of Life

For more than 100 years it grew, gracing the home of the people who planted and gave life to it. It added a note of beauty and peace to the center of the small town, heralding spring with the fresh green of bursting buds, town crier for the renewal of

Read More
The Teton mountain range tinted pink by the sunrise, with a forest in the foreground

A Spring Morning in the Tetons

The pinking of the sky in the early dawning. The cool pine-scented breeze flowing down from the mountains. The growing golden light casting long shadows across the fields of sage dotted with bright golden flowers, touching the tops of the trees in their fresh spring greenery as the entire land

Read More

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