Supporting native insects is easy

Vanessa virginiana (American painted lady) on Antennaria dioica (pussytoes) Yesterday I planted two drought-tolerant native Ontario wildflowers in my front garden: Asclepias tuberosa (butterfly milkweed) and Antennaria dioica (pussytoes). I wanted to support native insects in my backyard habitat. Globally … Continue reading

Digging For the Story in Urban Nature

My weekend retreat brought a burst of creativity. It has been many months since I did so much pen-and-paper writing in the space of a few days. Since returning home, I have tried to recreate the sparking sense of connection … Continue reading