“In Tenerife, every mountain is a volcano.”
Jessi Harewicz never takes the ocean for granted.
“Honey bees are just one species of bee, and they’re the weirdos of the bee world.”
The science of soil is driving the regenerative farming movement in Canada.
The glass sponge reefs in the Pacific Northwest absorb as much carbon in two and a half days as a hectare of forest does in a year.
An unassuming shed on Tofino’s Chesterman Beach has housed generations of carvers and keeps the legacy of its architect, Henry Nolla, alive.
Beauty is abundant in B.C., but so is marine debris.
Ever-changing compositions and soundscapes.