What was once an undesirable bottom dweller becomes haute cuisine in short order when previously beloved species are overfished and unavailable.
I’ve caught a few salmon, mainly Chinook, coho and Atlantic. Watching a salmon die is a remarkable thing.
Promise to bury me in the garden so I can become a flower amongst trees and also the butterfly’s wings
“What doesn’t take thyme?” “Oregano.”
Hemp (Cannabis sativa) is an ancient crop and for some, a lifelong companion.
Farmers and ranchers are Colorado’s largest water users, but they’re typically underrepresented in local Stream or Integrated Water Management Plans.
Perhaps we would all do well to appreciate seeds as children do, treating them like the living beings that they are rather than as disposable inputs.