Stephanie Mills is an author, bioregionalist, speaker and activist. A resident if Northwest Lower Michigan, she has published widely and written several books, the most recent of which is On Gandhi’s Path: Bob Swann’s Work for Peace and Community Economics. She was featured in the 2010 PBS documentary EarthDays, and is a former recipient of Agraria’s Arthur Morgan Award.
Watersheds are life-places. They outline and embrace distinct realms. They collect fluid intelligence from animate terrains.
February 17, 2022
In the 1990s, Jungian psychiatrist and naturalist Sterling Bunnell observed, “We’re in for some pretty rough bumping over the next century. The important thing is that we don’t totally lose our bearings and become degraded by it.”
November 1, 2018
Revolutions in human ecology might usefully be grounded in a sense of humanity’s deep past, for that is where our power arrangements began.
April 27, 2011
As it has grown in numbers and technological might, the human race has become a force of geophysical proportion, on par with the asteroid that struck the Yucatan during the Cretaceous era, dethroning Tyrannosaurus rex. Extinction is final. Yet no species is immortal. Extinction has been part of evolution since life emerged on Earth.
January 4, 2011
The map of the area threatened by the BP blowout, comprising nearly half of the US’s coastal wetlands, looks like tattered lace. It’s a realm of islands, shoals, estuaries, marshes, swamps, bayous, and creeks, land speckled across water, water twining across land, all of it in flux…
May 7, 2010