Fairy slipper orchid (Calypso bulbosa) on Mount Tamalpais, Mill Valley, California by Betsey Crawford
Tall purple fleabane (Erigeron peregrinus) with butterflies in Waterton Lakes National Park in Alberta, Canada by Betsey Crawford
A wild rose, Rosa woodsii, in Coeur d'Alene, Idaho by Betsey Crawford
Douglas-iris-iris-douglasiana-Ring-Mountain-Tiburon-California-by-Betsey-Crawford
fairy-slipper-orchid-calypso-balboa-Mount-Tamalpais-State-Park-Mill-Valley-California-by-Betsey-Crawford
esert-prickly-pear-cactus-opuntia-phaeacantha-Corona-Arch-trail-Moab-Utah-by-Betsey-Crawford.
Pacific-trillium-trillium-ovatum-Baltimore-Canyon-Larkspur-California-by-Betsey-Crawford
Tall Purple Fleabane Erigeron Peregrinus With Butterflies Waterton Lakes National Park Alberta By Betsey Crawford
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woods-rose-rosa-woodsii-Coeur-d-Alene-Idaho-by-Betsey-Crawford

Welcome to The Soul of the Earth

I love to look deeply into the great beauties and intricacies of our planet, especially her gorgeous wildflowers, and to bring back the news I find there. Join me in my explorations of nature’s exquisite creations, of the deep time of her history, of the ways people are preserving and reclaiming her treasures.

The Klamath River dams: reweaving a river

: The act of removing those dams and restoring that energy flow from the upper basin to the lower basin is an act of our cultural identity. From a Tribal perspective, we are helping to restore that balance, and in a small way, we’re helping to fix the world. ~ Barry McCovey Jr. ~ I’ve never met a map I ...
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Welcome to The Soul of the Earth

I love to look deeply into the great beauties and intricacies of our planet, especially her gorgeous wildflowers, and to bring back the news I find there. Join me in my explorations of nature’s exquisite creations, of the deep time of her history, of the ways people are preserving and reclaiming her treasures.

The Klamath River dams: reweaving a river

: The act of removing those dams and restoring that energy flow from the upper basin to the lower basin is an act of our cultural identity. From a Tribal perspective, we are helping to restore that balance, and in a small way, we’re helping to fix the world. ~ ...
Read More
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