Often, we get catalogs we never signed up to receive. Or, we get catalogs we used to want and don’t want now. It’s simple to get off their lists—and doing so addresses several climate change game changers.
Here at Poetic Earth Month, we seek to stir wonder in the heart, to inspire earth care. See if this “Sirens” video doesn’t stir wonder in you.
“Engaging your senses with something can alter everything you thought you understood,” says photographer and artist Kelle Sauer.
A walk to a small secret place becomes a chance to climb—literally and metaphorically.
Forget about typical gifts. This couple did something amazing.
What happens when one woman decides to sit with the squirrels, in a year-long experiment posed by Merkel’s book on simplicity? It all starts in the woods.
One woman, millions of trees planted. How did Wangari Maathai do it? She inspired others.
A tender coming-of-age story about a beloved tree and its disappearance. A reminder that every child has worlds we don’t know about.
A poem about the disappearance of Arctic Summer Ice, “After Reading About the Iceberg Waterfalls” connects time to someone we love.
At a small farm in Ossining, NY, kids play in a garden on a wooden seesaw, watching as the movement pumps water into large green barrels. At Something Good in the World (SGITW), a children’s education program that focuses on sustainability and permaculture, kids are taught how to live in ways that value and take […]