Meeting people where they are has been one of the drivers during our trip. Was it surprising then that I wanted to meet a local farmer in Ontario on our […]Read More
Thought in between trees
Trees aren’t “carbon sinks” or “carbon removers”. Trees aren’t a practice, a simple tool. Trees are community builders. They create the edges for life to thrive. Where different species meet […]Read More
How do you manage an overgrown, overrested clear cut to become a native forest again? We are walking along the fence line to the neighbor’s property. The sandy path is […]Read More
In summer we have started the journey on re-designing our hub @landregeneration Finding way more questions than answers in trying to figure out our purpose, our value. The last days […]Read More
Integrazers – timberland and wildfire prevention
How can we create our desired, resilient future landscape with a healthy and thriving ecosystem while balancing the needs of timber company, herders, and animals? I’m kneeling with Lee on […]Read More
West Bijou Reflections
#1 Gratitude. The days passed by quickly at West Bijou. Checking on the bison at sunrise became meditation, a morning ritual I will miss. Together with the others, I dove […]Read More
The right animalsat the right timeat the right placewith the right behavior. It always starts with this first question: „The right animals.“ Does your place need animals?If yes, which animal […]Read More
Over the fence.
Fencing. Some love it, some rather try to avoid it. But when you look closer, you can learn a lot from it: Fencing is absolutely context-specific. You can gather inspiration, […]Read More
What do I do?
In challenging times – world-wide crises and our own personal journeys through life – I found myself and others asking: Where do I start? What can I do? What is […]Read More
Closing Nature’s Cycle.
“I need to regenerate!” I hear myself and others saying quite regularly. But I guess what we actually mean is that we need to rest, to recharge. To step back […]Read More