The following posts are filed under: water.
Wellington winter means lots of water. Falling from the sky, and then being all around us… and being all up in our face where we don’t want it. What can we do?Read More
Guest author Kara Puketapu-Dentice looks at New Zealand’s resource management and our struggles to look after this place, and prescribes a dose of disruption: through a simple, elegant reframing of our relationship with nature. This piece is based on a lecture given to a class from Victoria University’s Masters of Resource Management Programme on 21…Read More
Simple stuff and high tech stuff in this weekend’s reading – enjoy from your lawn, or bus!Read More
Poet, chaplain, father and Tawa local John Dennison goes exploring down the backyard… and discovers a taonga In reflecting on his return to live in the place where he grew up, American small-holding farmer and essayist Wendell Berry writes: ‘It is impossible to escape the sense that I am involved in history. What…Read More