What Can the Seasons Teach Us About Life?

I had lunch at Fish. the other day, one of my favorite hang-outs on the water’s edge in Sausalito, California, which serves sustainable seasonal seafood caught with rod and reel by local fishermen or with their own boat. What’s so…

Symphony for Nature – Official Trailer

The behind-the-scenes story of how classical musicians joined with indigenous drummers for a stunning performance of Natural History, a new composition by Michael Gordon inspired by Oregon’s breathtaking Crater Lake. Featuring the Britt Orchestra and the Klamath Tribe drum group…

An Adventurer Sets Out to Be the First Wheelchair Hiker to Cross the Sierra Nevada

In this life, in this world, you would think that we might run out of ideas, or stories, or goals – that the human capacity will at one point exhaust itself, that all songs might be written one day. Well,…

This is Your Brain on Nature From a Scientist’s Point-of-View

If you live in a city and spend a significant amount of time on your devices, this show is for you. New research has found that a cell phone is addictive, literally. The best antidote? Nature! The temperatures are warming,…

Life Beneath the Surface: How Soil Connects Us

There is a universe beneath our feet – billions of micro-organisms in a teaspoon full of healthy, organic soil. Fungi, earthworms, bacteria, nematodes, and other organisms, arranging themselves in a constantly changing world of death and live, dormancy and decay…

How Can We Honor Our Planet and Ourselves?

In the world of news and politics and social and environmental justice we, as a culture, often focus disproportionately on what is not working. From a deeply human perspective, the film Love Thy Nature brings the balance back in focusing…

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