Maple Sugar by Sarah Hatfield

Maple Sugar by Sarah Hatfield

I have started the early seeds inside – onions, leeks, celeriac. The indoor herbs are started too, and the lemon tree I got last year opened its first flower. Remarkably fragrant, one flower perfumed the entire room. Spring is just around the corner, but one of the...
Forms of Faith in Nature by Katie Finch

Forms of Faith in Nature by Katie Finch

During this slow transition between seasons, I look for the first signs of spring. The return of Red-winged Blackbirds, Canada Geese and Turkey Vultures. The start of “see saw” territorial calls of Black-capped Chickadees and early spring blooms. But it is early yet....
Spring Dreams by Jeff Tome

Spring Dreams by Jeff Tome

March is a time for dreaming. It is the in-between time that is not quite spring, though some days feel like it, and not quite winter, though many days feel like that as well. It is a time when the world is transitioning from one season to the next, seesawing between...