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By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 20 Apr 24

Something magical happened in the last week as Penny Heiple and I traveled through Maine, Connecticut, Massachusetts, and New York. We found ourselves inside the dream of bioregional regeneration for the Northeast Forest of TurtleĀ Island.Our journey began in Norway, Maine where Roberta Hill welcomed us at the office of the Center for an Ecology-based Economy (CEBE). It was there that I took a photo of this wonderful decolonial map for NorthĀ America.This felt appropriate because we were about to begin a journey of discovery into the Northeast Forestā€Šā€”ā€Šsomething much bigger and more ambitious than what brought us to Maine in the

Something magical happened in the last week as Penny Heiple and I traveled through Maine, Connecticut, Massachusetts, and New York. We found ourselves inside the dream of bioregional regeneration for the Northeast Forest of TurtleĀ Island.Our journey began in Norway, Maine where Roberta Hill welcomed us at the office of the Center for an Ecology-based Economy (CEBE). It was there that


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 7 Jan 24

It is the dead rivers that stir something deep withinĀ meā€¦This one is the Paramera and it drains into the Barichara River. When I walk to these places, I am pondering how the locals say that water continuously ran in this drainage until about 25ā€“30 yearsĀ ago.I add to this my knowledge that 95% of the native forest has been cut down in the last eighty years. The entire region is in the process of becoming a desert. It is a human-caused calamity.My imagination stirs at the thoughts of bringing back the forest, connecting the biological corridors, and weaving of human activities

It is the dead rivers that stir something deep withinĀ meā€¦This one is the Paramera and it drains into the Barichara River. When I walk to these places, I am pondering how the locals say that water continuously ran in this drainage until about 25ā€“30 yearsĀ ago.I add to this my knowledge that 95% of the native forest has been cut down


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