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A profile of Lead2Life. Extracted iron ore can be forged into a weapon. A gun can be melted into a shovel that is used to plant a tree.


A profile of theologian Martin Palmer. The roots of religious belief and the sacredness of nature were once closely entwined: the ancient yew grows in the churchyard; the forest monks of Thailand follow the Buddha’s example of meditating beneath trees.


A profile of Black Kreyol farmer and food justice activist Leah Penniman, exploring her work to create spaces for people of color to heal and reconnect to the land—an effort to end America’s food apartheid system.

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The Wonder in an Acorn

Published in Issue 1 of From the Ground Up. "Imagine with me: what if we offered the places where we live an unflinching, unfailing, unconditional love? The sort of love a mother gives her child. Wha

Speaking Wind-Words

On the wind-sculpted dunes of Nebraska’s Sandhills, I consider the collision of prophecies that occurred over the Great Plains in the nineteenth century, forever altering the landscape; and how places

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