We’re not alone in this. The land knows what to do and is striving to do so all around the globe at this very moment. Isn’t it time we notice?
Watersheds are life-places. They outline and embrace distinct realms. They collect fluid intelligence from animate terrains.
For eight glorious weeks, from March 23 to May 18, 2014, the Colorado River flowed all the way to the Gulf of California, something it hasn’t done regularly since the 1930s.
After spreading across Pennsylvania, fracking for natural gas has run into government bans in the Delaware River watershed.
Environmental disasters caused by human folly are all too familiar. But what about the environmental serendipity? The unexpected stories where nature and humans co-exist harmoniously.