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“You should teach your children that the soil under their feet are the ashes of their grandparents. To respect the earth, you must tell your children that the earth is full of the lives of our ancestors. " Navajo teaching




RT Nicdali: To my Chicano brothers and sisters that don’t speak Spanish. I have so much ❤️ for you. Even thou I’m not Chicana you’ve always embraced me as one 🥰💋




RT Nicdali: To my Chicano brothers and sisters that don’t speak Spanish. I have so much ❤️ for you. Even thou I’m not Chicana you’ve always embraced me as one 🥰💋




Happy Easter from in ...this year I’m spending my birthday week in spiritual bliss in an ancient place.







in the front yard. 12 years after planting all super-local plants, it’s wonderful to see them thriving - even after California’s historic .




Bright spots in such as the recovery of Pinzon Giant Tortoises bring a sense of hope and serve as a reminder to continue .
















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The black and white of it.... (green was a distraction). Chionanthus virginicus, our native Fringe tree, growing in a yard down the street. . . .









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Yesterday we celebrated Gabrielle’s culture at the 54th Annual Haliwa-Saponi Powwow



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The first of my many, self-beaded creations, especially since there’s barely any Afro-Indigenous Beadworkers out here.

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We’ve all heard of mansplaining.

Now introducing….

Whitesplaining!

or, A White Person Who’s Never Experienced Racism Or Cultural Appropriation In Their Life, Who Makes The Executive Decision That They Know More Than You, And Then Proceeds To Tell You About How They Aren’t Actually Being Racist Or Appropriative!

anonymous asked:

Eggs! 🥚🍳

Hawks: “I Like mine poached, thanks.” “What about you guys?”

Admin Kari: “Fluffy and scrambled for me.” 

Rumi Usagiyama: “Scrambled too.” 

Juzo Moashi: “I will also have poached eggs, thank you.”

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Emi Fukukado: “Hahaha, sunny side up please!” 

Native: “How dare you, I’m vegan!”

An excellent book which I have used to help identify many of the plants around Victoria.

It does not have every species there but has enough to get you onto the right path and has the most popular specimens. 900 species of native trees and shrubs of south-eastern Australia. The specific area covered in the book stretches from the Flinders and Mt. Lofty Ranges in South Australia, across Victoria and southern New South Wales, to the NSW South Coast.

The Key Features of this book are

- Easy to use plant identification guide lists

-Detailed drawings

-Excellent concise descriptions

-Clear photographs

- Detailed plant distribution maps

-Illustrated glossary

-Botanical name index

-Common name index
-Diagrams

-Addendum with name updates

I highly recommend it as it’s proven a key help in my identification skills.
Check it out HERE