Earthfire Stories

Tag: Trees
Blossoming pink and white magnolia flowers

At the December American Sustainable Business Network conference, I led a workshop called Transformative Experiences in Nature: A Path to a Livable Planet. My goal was to bring a deeper...

The view looking up through tall cottonwood trees

The Seven Sisters have become a closely-held secret for at least two reasons. Mostly, I was loathe to share them; and secondly, I feared I would be rightfully labelled as...

A white wolf and a dark gray wolf howling together

As I walk through the early morning cold, the wolves and coyotes begin their morning howl. I let the beauty of the sound vibrate through me, into me, into every...

Seeds in various stages of germination

Seeds are tiny, magical packets of latent energy and potential, ready to burst forth when conditions are right. They contain the very essence of Life itself: ancient wisdoms and future...

November’s Conservation Conversation
Having spent their lives working with living beings, human and non-human, Drs. Susan Eirich and Linda Bender share their observations and explore the mystery of “how nature heals.” ...
Face of a grizzly bear

Ravenous Bears 21 September. The bears declared that they’re starving today. It is a few hours before the fall solstice and they are complaining loudly. Food! They will have to...

White chicken standing in the doorway of a cabin

We have on the property some very strong-minded, independent and exploratory chickens. There is little that escapes their notice or their investigative interest as they wander the property seeking treats....

Black bear in a grassy field

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...

Bobcat standing on the end of a large log in a green meadow

There are many tales of Swatworth, self-named the Magnificent, a bobcat of extremely high self-esteem. In fact, he is the subject of our first children’s book, Swatworth, Josie, and the...

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