LINK FEST: 12 APRIL 2022

Links that may or may not be related to gardens, food, travel, nature, or heterotopias and liminal spaces but probably are. Sources in parentheses. photos:

Day 26 / Writing 28 Days: Noticing

Here is the U.S. and in many other temperate places around the globe we have four designated seasons — spring and fall, marked by equinoxes,

Wednesday Vignette: Golden Blanket

Ginkgo biloba trees — which have been around for 270 million years, have no living relatives, and can live individually for 3,000 years — lose

A Tangle of Bright Moments: Frog Hugs

“Wood frogs emerge from hibernation when warm rainfall thaws them. They participate in a yearly migration that brings them to vernal pools for breeding, starting

Phenology, or, Everything is Related

In 53 years on Earth, I hadn’t noticed the word “phenology” until I read about in The New American Landscape, in the chapter “Gardening Sustainably

black-throated green warbler in 'Tina' crabapple, 31 Aug 2014

Reading The New American Landscape

My permaculture group is finishing our reading and discussion of The New American Landscape: Leading Voices on the Future of Sustainable Gardening (2011), ed. by