Category: Reconnecting to Nature

Wildflowers 2017 – More than a Superbloom at the Carrizo Plain

Having spent a good amount of time alone in the wilderness, I relish the chance to connect with nature without distractions. But this time, this year’s Superbloom, was a time to share nature’s connections with others. The people we met and the conversations we… Continue Reading “Wildflowers 2017 – More than a Superbloom at the Carrizo Plain”

Inspiration at Devil’s Punchbowl

For many Californians, the most accessible place to experience nature is in the chaparral, a shrub-dominated ecosystem rich in biodiversity that can be found in every county in the state. As a consequence, chaparral provides one of the best places for Californians to learn… Continue Reading “Inspiration at Devil’s Punchbowl”

Native California Superblooms!

The best time to experience massive displays of California’s native wildflowers is between late February and early April. Every once and awhile, when the right combination of rain and temperature occurs, our wildflower populations experience what is colorfully called a superbloom! You can check… Continue Reading “Native California Superblooms!”