Appreciating Squirrels

Appreciating Squirrels

Article by Kat O’Lone Miss Bonnie McSquirrely comes from a state known for its love of squirrels. Not only the Eastern Gray Squirrel is North Carolina’s official State Mammal, but the biggest squirrel “holiday” celebrated on January 21 also...
The Role of Education

The Role of Education

by Tom Truty On this International Day of Education, we take a moment to reflect on the deep importance that learning plays in the way we approach the world and beings around us. Education is the cornerstone of the Universal Clear Light and Global Tree Initiative....
Celebrate & Empower, an ongoing job

Celebrate & Empower, an ongoing job

In this series, we are going through the stages and steps to create a mini-forest, based on the Miyawaki method. The previous article focused the third stage – Implement and Connect – and today, we will look into the fourth and final – Celebrate and Empower. These...
Stage Three: Implement & Connect

Stage Three: Implement & Connect

In this series, we are going through the stages and steps to create a mini-forest, based on the Miyawaki method. The previous article focused on the second stage – Plant and Collect – and today, we will look into the third – Implement and Connect. These articles are...
Twelve Steps to a Miyawaki Forest

Twelve Steps to a Miyawaki Forest

In a previous article, we introduced an aforestation methodology known as the Miyawaki Method, developed by the Japanese botanist, Akira Miyawaki. The not-for-profit Vida developed a handy guide for implementing a mini forest based on this method. Vida suggests...