Value and Utility by Sydney Pastore

September 27, 2022
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Sink into the moss on the riverbank. Green with many shades that compliment each other – floating on the surface, growing on the bank, smaller shrubs towering above them, but eclipsed by the trees all around. Feel the cold of the clear clean water on your face. They come from deep within the earth –

Purple by Sally Morris

September 27, 2022
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The wildflowers are fading as fall is fast approaching on the slopes of the Northern Rockies, and I start to notice purple. Tearing my eyes away from the corpses of burnt trees, I start to observe a different narrative, one of wildflowers and exposed outcrops of rocks. One of lodgepole pines reaching their teen years;

Why Become a Monthly Donor with WRFI?

September 5, 2022
WRFI is in my blood. I was privy to early conversations between co-founders Dave, Tim, and my former partner, Matt when they were tossing ideas around (in the back of Dave’s garage in Missoula, Montana) about how best to launch the Field Institute. That was 1993. I was there in 1994 when the first course