From The Deseret News (Amy Joi O’Donoghue): Drought is turning the nation’s largest reservoir dry — Lake Mead reached its lowest levels this summer since the 1930s — and Lake Powell is limping along, just a little over half full. That scenario is prompting the Upper Colorado River Commission to offer $1.8 million in funding […]

via Commission offers $1.8 million to leave #ColoradoRiver untouched — The Deseret News #COriver — Coyote Gulch


West Coast is in a SERIOUS drought.

West Coast is in a SERIOUS drought.



The human mind is an amazing thing, but often our urbanized lives shut its most basic components down to a sad state of survival, forcing us to rely on simple thoughts and mundane ideas about the world around us. Our own science demoralizes the power of its creativity by succumbing it to firing neurons and simple reflections of our daily interactions.

It is not our nature to explain the mystical and magical away, but a learned trait. Something indoctrinated in us all at a young age. It doesn’t matter if we use psychoactive plants to open our mind to the truth of our delicate planets state, or through daily meditations, prayer,painting,music,musing or poetry; it is important that we shift our egos to a group consciousness of protection and relation.

Only coming to mind, and bringing the ancient rites to our daily patterns will we find the place for our long term resistance of extinction.

Without  hope, we are nothing but a planet on the verge of total species destruction, plant, animal and mineral.

My Hen's know their place, and for now its not on anyone's table.

The butchering of our own animals is so far removed, it now leaves a strange gap in humanity.

Butchering animals has made me more sensitive, more aware.

” A squirrel’s body is a magnificent machine. Peeled, it resembles an outstretched frog, the muscle strong and sinewy, and deep purpley-red. My mother, once recalling a relative who used to make squirrel stew, shivers at the idea of skinned squirrels – they look to her like human foetuses. There was something human-like about the carcass that I had tucked into the Ziploc bag, but the muscles were too developed to make me think of anything infantile or foetal.”

“. . . glyphosate is linked to stomach and bowel problems, indigestion, ulcers, colitis, gluten intolerance, sleeplessness, lethargy, depression, Crohn’s Disease, Celiac Disease, allergies, obesity, diabetes, infertility, liver disease, renal failure, autism, Alzheimer’s, endocrine disruption, and the W.H.O. recently announced glyphosate is ‘probably carcinogenic’.”

Efforts to publicize a class action lawsuit against Monsanto for false advertising it’s best-selling herbicide Roundup filed in Los Angeles County Court on April 20, 2015 have been rejected by almost every mainstream media outlet.