Topic: Land Stewardship

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by Julie Flett

“Our new home sits on a hill overlooking a field … The field is covered in snowdrops.”

by Ken Wilson-Max

“Dad told Eve how each tree has its own special part to play in the world, taking care of animals and people.”

by Joyce Sidman

“Earth, we know you can’t answer all our questions in words. You answer in other ways.”

by Marie Boyd

“I’m not just a worm. I can do lots of things.”

by Patricia MacLachlan

“She guards all the creatures in all the oceans—the black manta rays sleek like shadows, the shining parrot fish, the tiny krill who swim with millions of other krill to look big. And the whales who are big.”

by Anne Wynter

“Before anyone finds out how high they can climb, Nell picks up a seed.”

by S. Terrell French

“They’re marking all the trees they’re going to log, even the ones for our treehouse. We told them to stop, but they weren’t listening to us at all. We had to do something! So we told them we’re not coming down from the treehouse until they agree not to cut down a single tree in Big Tree Grove.”

by Heidi Tyline King

“MyVanee was saving more than a beach.”

by April Pulley Sayre

“Thank you for beginnings, / for endings, / for lifetimes. Thank you for being / our home”

by Caryl Hart

“Soon I shall grow a whole forest”