To inspire and share ideas of living a nature-led life in pursuit of creative, sustainable and just solutions for society and the environment.
What is a Nature-led life?
Your place in the world starts with your place in nature. What you do has impact. How can you help save the environment if you don’t feel like a part of it? The world doesn’t need a hero. It needs communities of people willing to make a broader impact for the sake of all living things. Ask yourself, how can I do this job/task/pursuit/life/trip to the grocery store in a way that benefits more than just myself? Is it so bad if only moss grows over there, or the bushes aren’t perfectly manicured? Can you go to the grocery store once a week instead of everyday? Can you stop buying so much “stuff” whatever it may be?
Site Administrator/Content Author
Melanie Reynolds has a B.A. Sociology degree in Social & Environmental Issues and a Minor in Communications from the University of Washington, Seattle, USA. She is a Certified Technical Writer, a FEMA-Certified Disaster Preparedness Coordinator for CERT programs and a search & rescue enthusiast. She seeks out wandering pets, people who’ve misplaced themselves, learning opportunities and forgotten stories.
Current Project(s): The Nature-Led Life (book), The Nature-Led Society (book), and A collection of Dark Fantasy Tales
Author/Artist/Spanish Teacher & Translator
Patricia Lezama has been a writer and storyteller living in a teacher’s body, who has a BA degree in Education and a MA in Literature from the National Pedagogical and Pontifical Xavierian Universities in Colombia. She is a life student and over thinker who has worked as a PM in Education and IT in Public and Private entities in Colombia, and who is currently teaching Spanish in the Southern California, USA. Her published works include: 2 poems and 1 short story in the anthology book: Amazon.com: Sentir latino transformado en mujer: Poemas con Identidad Latina (Spanish Edition) (9781532791468): Varios, Autores, Nobili, Valerie, Cecibd, Cabrera, Angélica, González, Eduardo: Books
Weekly articles about Education and IT in the Agenda Cultural magazine at Jorge Tadeo Lozano University, Bogotá D.C., Colombia, 1997-2000. Articles about education, literature and writing in Dreams, a student’s magazine at the National Pedagogical University, Bogotá, D.C., Colombia, 1992-1996
Current project(s): a collection of short stories and poems.
Content Author/Sustainability Guru
Mary King is an alumna of the Washington State University Extension Service’s programs in Sustainable Community Stewardship and Master Gardening. As a crafter, cook, gardener, and homemaker she has practiced frugality, reuse, recycling, and creative upcycling for over half a century.
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