Chesapeake Bay Earth Exchange

I went to the site of our very first adventure with Trebbe on the Chesapeake Bay in the fall of 2009! (And the site of several Global Earth Exchanges since!) I hadn’t been to Savage [...]

I Vow to Develop Compassion

On the morning of June 22 thirteen people gathered at Portuguese Point, a fishing place near the Hugh Keenleyside Dam, on the Columbia River upstream from Castlegar, B.C.   Our first activity was for each [...]

Journey to the Spring

Our Global Earth Exchange was held at Wekiwa Springs in Apopka, Florida.  We chose this site because Florida's freshwater ecosystem is suffering increased wounding by the unnatural amount of nitrates and pollutants that enter the [...]

Honoring the River

There were twelve of us who gathered in a small cove on the Hudson River, after following the Father C. Jorn Trail from the parking lot of the Falling Water Preserve in Saugerties, New York.  [...]

Lake Superior Earth Exchange

It was a beautiful, sunny day with powerful winds on Wisconsin Point Beach in Superior, WI. The waves crashed to shore with great strength speaking of the power inherent in Gichi-gami. The 2019 Lake Superior [...]

Honoring the Ocean

Ten of us gathered on the beach on a warm sunny day and began by searching for litter we could pick up. Great news: there was NONE! We then gathered to share stories of hope [...]

The River Is Us

The weather was perfect today, after many, many days of  torrential rains in the area.  Everyone who had expressed interest in joining me today bowed out, so only my husband and I went to our [...]

Baseline Creep for the Black River

Annette Joseph, an Episcopal Priest working in rural Missouri, and I met at Sportsman Park in Poplar Bluff, Missouri, to do a Global Earth Exchange. Our focus was on "Baseline Creep", a term that describes [...]

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