Creating with Nature by Sarah Hatfield

Creating with Nature by Sarah Hatfield

The holidays are different this year – for many reasons – but the end result is that I am doing different activities than normal, some old traditions are on hold, and it is an opportunity to try out some new things. I’ve always made a holiday wreath out of greens and...
Winter Clothing by Katie Finch

Winter Clothing by Katie Finch

I don’t think it’s a stretch to say that the natural world has never been more important than in 2020. For so many of us, nature has been the break from the increased screen time in our work, learning, and connection with others. A hike, or even a step outside...
2020 is for the Birds by Jeff Tome

2020 is for the Birds by Jeff Tome

Even the birds are having problems in 2020, but it’s the kind of problem that people who feed birds are loving. Birds that are rarely seen in the United States are flying south in record numbers. People with birdfeeders are seeing some interesting birds show up at...
Birds of Prey by Chelsea Jandreau

Birds of Prey by Chelsea Jandreau

As I was driving into work I passed a Red-tailed Hawk on the side of the road eating, well, something dead. If you are paying attention, you can see fleeting glimpses of large predatory birds everywhere. Look up and you may see a group of vultures with massive wing...
A Little World of Green by Sarah Hatfield

A Little World of Green by Sarah Hatfield

Maybe it is COVID, maybe it is winter, maybe it is a combination or something else entirely; but this year I have increased the number of plants in my house tenfold. Some houseplants, some culinary herbs, some succulents, some attempts to overwinter garden plants, but...