“October is the month of painted leaves…” (H.D. Thoreau)
Category Archives: Botany
A quiet woodsy morning evolves into a wake-up call. Continue reading
“Oak corn, that is ac-corn, or acorn,” (from Thoreau’s Wild Fruits) July 31. It’s 7 AM and acorns are pelting my car, which is parked in the driveway near the open window where I sit writing. A sunny summer day … Continue reading
I recently finished reading Faith in a Seed, which collects some of Henry Thoreau‘s late nature writing that was published for the first time in 1993. The book is composed largely of one of his lesser-known essays, “The Dispersion of Seeds,” … Continue reading
Federal Climate Report Predicts Hotter and More Extreme Future Because of Climate Change | TIME.com.