Category Archives: Environmental

Mexico’s Earthquakes

The Deadly Anniversary: A Recount of What was By: Arthur Fields September 19th, 2017: Mexico City woke up to the 32nd anniversary of its most devastating natural disaster in recent history: an 8.1 magnitude earthquake that brought hundreds of buildings to the ground, killed thousands, and left as many as a quarter million people homeless

OIL AND WATER DON’T MIX And Black Snakes Can’t Swim

A look at modern oil extraction

Water is Life – Lake Okeechobee and the Poisoning of Florida

Our nation has a water problem, pronounced to varying degrees from coast to coast.

Human Nature, Natural Cycles & Civilization – Summer 2016

Wherever you are as you read this, begin to soften any tension you’re holding in your body. Take a breath. Smoothly receive an inhale; fill the lungs all the way up..

Reserved For Nature: South Padre Island’s Fight – SPRING 2016

Help save South Padre Island! Read the article and sign the petition!

Heroines of Mother Earth, Environmental – Winter 2016

Writing and Photography: Jennifer Palmer Ever since I was a little girl, I always felt the nourishment and nurturing of ‘Mother Earth’. She soothes me during life’s wildest storms and protects my vulnerable heart when it has been hurt. She guides me when I feel utterly lost and lifts me when I convinced that I am

Permaculture Care for the Earth, Jaya – Fall 2015

Permaculture Care for the EarthBy: Jennifer Palmer Founder of the Permaculture Institute, Scott Pittman, is one of the foremost experts in the field of permaculture and has taught the subject extensively for the past 20+ years in over thirty countries. He says that the hardest question he is asked to answer is “what is permaculture?”