gratitude in the form of a few tiny notes :
Thanks to visitors & inhabitants of this bioregion who make use of this portal to discover, connect, create, and share.
Almost 11 years ago I went down to the muddy Palouse riverbank and my feet sunk in, setting a course.
My gratitude to those who know better than I for their willingness to teach me as I continue to learn how to be an inhabitant of this place.
Thanks to collaborators in restoration ecology, and in particular Kayla Wakulich.
Special thanks to the students at Washington State University who are a huge part of this project, from discussing readings and hashing out concepts, to researching local ecology, conducting fieldwork, contributing art and writing, editing, and website design: Coleman Davis, Emily Heston, Darcy Malberg, Ellen McNary, Hannah Utter, and Anna Young.
This project was made possible by an Arts & Humanities grant from the College of Arts & Sciences at Washington State University.
Endless thanks to contributing artists!
Thanks to the many people who care deeply about the wild edges.