The Ecstatic Poetry of Reproduction


Meadow, forest, mountain and sky, each merging effortlessly, one in to the other.

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If We Want Butterflies Then We Need Caterpillars


The rapture of the meadows continues beneath the flower canopy.

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A Thousand Years Old and Just Getting Started


Looking out from the open heart of this ancient oak, one sees its younger siblings growing underneath its protective shadow.

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Society’s Biggest Problems Need More Than a Nudge

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Is the water crisis in Flint, Michigan evidence that governments need a new way to make decisions?

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Words are Always a Shadow of the Beauty of Nature


Over the next ten days the Dehesa will come into the full expression of its floral self.

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He Sees the Beauty in Everything That’s Living for Words of Healing


Down beneath the incredible canopy of flowers, the secret life of the Dehesa continues its shady existence.

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40 Days – 40 Rides


Robert Shelton found a way to change his life (and perhaps the environment) for the better.

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Men are Intrinsically Bound to Tree and Forest


The old forest sits in quiet contemplation on this mountain.

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Talk About the Environment Everyday


It takes a bit of courage to speak up and and ask for options that are kinder to our planet, but it’s worth it.

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You Can Become Drunk Breathing the Air


The Spring rains have been bountiful on the mountain.

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One City Proves it’s a No-Brainer to Ban Styrofoam Containers

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Sure, Zero Waste is a “lofty goal.” But it’s achievable. Here’s how we can work together to make it happen.

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He Connects to the Nature of the Land


The sheer livingness of Spring in the Dehesa is breathtaking.

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One Man Plants a Forest Bigger Than Central Park to Save His Island

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Watch the lengths one man will go to in order to save his home.

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He Walks in a Sea of Scent and Color


As the season moves inexorably onwards, so the color palette of the mountain subtly changes.

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There are Lots of Animate ‘Things’ in the Woods


The forest is not a collection of individual trees. It is rather a great living and animate entity.

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Where The Rubber Meets the Road-Men’s Changing Focus on Cars


Giles Kirkland believes there is no longer a need to be a speed-hungry boy-racer.

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