Join myself and Michele Granberg on July 13th for a special discussion about Nonviolent Communication (NVC), compassion fatigue, and more. We’ll focus on ways to support ourselves in activism and how this manifests through NVC.
Author Archives: In The Night Sky: Animal Chaplaincy
Recognizing My Liberator in the Mirror
Contextualizing Animal Chaplaincy through the Lens of an Activist for Collective Liberation Kat was seen licking an unclasped lock on our first day visiting the slaughterhouse This essay is featured by The Compassion Consortium. View the essay here.
Join Us at the 2023 Planet-Based Living Festival!
I’m excited to share that The Night Sky Garden Animal Chaplaincy will have a booth this year at the Planet-Based Living Festival! Come by to learn about all of the offerings to journey with grief, discuss the human-animal bond, and more. My partner Dylan and I will be ready to answer questions about permaculture, revegetation,Continue reading “Join Us at the 2023 Planet-Based Living Festival!”
Replace your Lawn with a Native Oasis – Tips, Tricks and Recommended Plants!
By: Dylan McFarland Removing a portion or all of your turf is an excellent way to not only save water and money but also to provide a more biodiverse and habitable space for the local wildlife. Here in the plains of Colorado gardening and landscaping can be a challenge. We have hard, clay soil thatContinue reading “Replace your Lawn with a Native Oasis – Tips, Tricks and Recommended Plants!”
Native Seed Bombs!
Plant wildflower with seed bombs! “Whether it’s a plant pot, flowerbed, wild patch in your lawn or an entire meadow, sowing wildflowers in your garden provides vital resources to support a wide range of insects that couldn’t otherwise survive in urban or built-up areas” You will need: Meadow flower seeds or seeds collected from the garden. Ideally,Continue reading “Native Seed Bombs!”
Beneficiary Design Aspects
My partner and I are talking about the mutually beneficially aspects of “The Night Sky Prairie Refuge” design. I wanted to take the time to walk through what we believe to key components of the work we’ve carefully considered and what we be the result once the design is implemented and established. Enrichment, soil restoration,Continue reading “Beneficiary Design Aspects”