The natural world is fluffy only for warmth, and generally not far behind the fluff is a gob full of razor teeth and a healthy swipe-full of claw. “Nature red in tooth and claw” is the old saying and it’s everso true. Kill and be killed. As a pagan, apparently, I am supposed not merely…
Kill the Cull, not the Badger.
Picture donated to the cause by the most wonderful Tom Brown. See his other stuff at http://copperage.deviantart.com More and more information now stands in the face of this nonsensical cull. www.teambadger.org http://www.tbfreeengland.uk.com http://news.sky.com/ http://www.lancashirebadgergroup.org.uk http://www.guardian.co.uk/environment/ http://www.thisisgloucestershire.co.uk/
The Druid Network supports Team Badger
How do you define the spirit of a place? What are the component parts that come together to produce that immersive understanding that here is a thing? Woodlands are not just trees. How we treat our landscape defines us. As Druids, we come together in nature to experience, enhance and simply enjoy our connection with the gods,…