Environmental Messaging: A Poverty of Words

2017-08-12T21:10:31+00:00 August 15th, 2017|Boundary Waters, Climate Change Denial and Misinformation, Climate politics, Environmental Messaging, General|

I love words. I listen to their songs for hidden stories. Like the sounds of water laughing over rocks. The forests speak to me. Yellow aspens chatter. The pines whisper. White clouds are clean and pure. So in the environmental movement, why do I often hear, “We catch more [...]

The Wanugi

2017-02-01T21:38:28+00:00 January 31st, 2017|Boundary Waters, Reasons for Acting|

Walk with me for a minute. I want to talk about the Wanugi. I am sitting on top of Carlton Peak on the North Shore of Lake Superior watching the sun go down. From here I can see the forest stretch out for miles to the horizon. Fall has brushed [...]