The Relationship Between Old-Growth Forests and Public Land in Oregon

Previously here on eachandeverypeace.com, I touched a little bit on the stand to defend public lands in America and the diverse crowd it as brought together. Most of you know that one of my biggest interests these past few years has been the study of trees. Because of my passion for trees, especially the big … More The Relationship Between Old-Growth Forests and Public Land in Oregon

It’s Fine: How to Survive a Whirlwind World of Worry

One of the many great things about meeting new people is understanding the different language used from person to person based on their past experiences and where they’ve came from. Apparently, I use “it’s fine” a lot. The more I use it, and the more my friends bring it to my attention,  I’ve realized that … More It’s Fine: How to Survive a Whirlwind World of Worry

The Will of God: Using God’s Strength to Walk an Unfamiliar Path

Sometimes we walk down paths in our lives that don’t allow us to see much farther than the now. In cases as these, questions of the future can flood our thoughts and cause great distress. Only when we release those worries to God, can we follow His will with peace and joy.  Have you ever … More The Will of God: Using God’s Strength to Walk an Unfamiliar Path

Five Life Lessons from a Redwood Tree

What has always fascinated me about trees and most plants, is their similarities to creatures. With scientists now studying things like tree genetics and circulatory systems, it’s becoming clear that there’s probably a few things we can learn from the plant kingdom as humans, especially from the giants. Some Coast Redwoods (Sequoia sempervirens) have been … More Five Life Lessons from a Redwood Tree