We got great snow last night. Sharing this poem from my book of poetry, Heartwood. “Snow” The sound, oh, the sound of the snow. It whispers over frozen ponds, the ice bowl ponds where frogs dream in mud, where my son genuflected, paid dues to nature, to wild things, to quiet, to shadows, to hopes … More Snow
Our youth are taking the reins and demanding action on climate change. A group of 21 children and young adults have filed Juliana et al v. United States to force the Trump administration to take on climate change. Inside Climate News reports [Juliana] seeks sweeping changes in federal climate change efforts and in government programs that subsidize or … More “Once revealed, never concealed.” Young people are demanding climate answers and climate action.
It’s time for us to act like we love the world we live in and live for the world we love. These are my thoughts after responding to six questions from a student who interviewed me on fracking. Here are my answers. 1. Is hydraulic fracturing good or bad? Pros or cons? Good or bad … More It’s time for us to act like we love the world we live in and live for the world we love. A short essay on fracking.
Last night the State College Area School District board voted to go ahead with the rooftop solar projects on the elementary school renovations with a 5-4 vote. That’s the leadership our community is looking for. Below are the full comments I’d prepared for the meeting. My name is Peter Buckland. I am a resident of Ferguson … More Solar schools in the State College Area School District
For Ferguson Township supervisors, I’ll be voting for Spock-Carlson, Tony Tom Ricciardi, and Steve Miller on November 7th. We need a board that recognizes the connection between our place and the bigger world. Sara Spock-Carlson is a smart and committed citizen. She is a scientist by training who works on making autistic children’s live better. … More Vote Ferguson Township!