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5-19
NOVEMBER
2019

EIGHT MASTER LESSONS
Book Launch – listen here!

Country Bookshelf, Bozeman, Montana

12
DECEMBER
2019

READING: EIGHT MASTER LESSONS

Elk River Books, Livingston, Montana

9-13
MARCH
2020

ORION IN THE WILDERNESS
A Workshop for Aspiring Environmental Writers

Cave Creek Canyon, Arizona

Recent Events

28
OCTOBER
2019

MEDIA EVENTS – EIGHT MASTER LESSONS (Dutch trans.) 

Ten Have Publishers, Amsterdam, Netherlands

26
OCTOBER
2019

AN ECOLOGICAL MANIFESTO 

The Brainwash Festival, Amsterdam, Netherlands

4
OCTOBER
2019

CONVERSATIONS ON CLIMATE STRESS (free and open to the public)

Bozeman Public Library

4
AUGUST
2019

UNCERTAINTY IS YOUR SUPERPOWER MINI SESSIONS

Sky Oro & Blend | Bozeman, Montana

6
JULY
2019

INTIMATE NONFICTION: WRITING FROM THE INSIDE OUT Close of yearlong course 2018-19

32nd Fishtrap Gathering of Writers | Wallowa Lake, Oregon

6
JUNE
2019

THE PROMISE OF THE WILD

National Forest Service Wilderness Ranger Academy | Winter Park, Colorado

4
JUNE
2019

THE CARRY HOME: THE ECOLOGY OF GRIEF

One Book Big Sky | Big Sky, Montana

13
APRIL
2019

FULL ECOLOGY: RECLAIMING HUMAN NATURE

TedX at The Commons | Bozeman, Montana

12
APRIL
2019
THE ECOLOGY OF CREATIVITY – RESEARCH, CREATIVITY & COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT

Billings, Montana

01
MARCH
2019
FORCES OF NATURE

Museum of Natural History | Los Angeles

28
FEBRUARY
2019
FULL ECOLOGY OF SCHOOL PSYCHOLOGY

San Diego State University | San Diego

22
FEBRUARY
2019

THE FULL ECOLOGY OF WOLVES

California State University | Long Beach, California

28
JANUARY
2019

RECLAIMING ELDERHOOD

Montana State University | Bozeman, Montana

12
OCTOBER
2018
SAVING THE REDWOODS: THE FIRST 100 YEARS

Save the Redwoods League | San Francisco

23
AUGUST
2018

FULL ECOLOGY: IT’S YOU!

Wilderness Therapy Symposium | Park City, Utah

Thinking Nature

NOTE: Gary's book The Eight Master Lessons of Nature is out as of October 22 - in the US with Dutton, and in Dutch translation with Ten Have. We just returned from the Netherlands for a rich round of interviews and for team Full Ecology to take the stage again - this...

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The Ecology of Poetry

This is our friend, Janice Gould. She died with pancreatic cancer on June 28 of this year. She'd turned 70 on April 1. Too soon gone, and no less pure a blessing to the people and other beings who knew her. Janice lived Full Ecology. She walked the curve of this...

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Balance

One of the things that seems especially characteristic of people is our capacity for self-reflection. It's a byproduct of being able to think. We can participate in our lives and observe ourselves and our circumstances at the same time. It's a super handy skill. When...

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Benevolent Disinterest

There is a guiding principle from ancient Hinduism – neti neti – not this, not that. We’ve really grown fond of this ancient method of inquiry. Like Hindu sages have suggested for thousands of years, it can be a reliable prompt for freeing ourselves from traps of the...

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Leaning on What We Know – Loving What we Don’t

What can you tell from a hydrangea in full bloom? Maybe something about beauty - something about reliability in the big middle of uncertainty. Maybe something about hanging in there - about stepping out of the way of your own magnificence. Since, there it is, whether...

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Why Intensive Retreats?

If you're on our mailing list, you've been seeing initial word of two retreats we're pulling together. One in mid September in Yellowstone country - a weekend. And another a full week in Guanajuato, Mexico next February. But why retreats? And this...

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Wilderness Rangers – Stewards of Our Public Lands

In 1905, management of U.S. forest reserves was transferred from the General Land Office of the Interior Department to the Bureau of Forestry, and thereafter named the United States Forest Service. Some of the most beautiful and precious of these lands are tended by...

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Inquire to Break Through

Full Ecology can best be found in the times and spaces that on most days you tend not even to see. Sort of like the Chinese ancients observed long ago when they wrote only fish cannot know water. There are circumstances sustaining human life that none of us tends to...

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Listening – Learning

Here in this sweep of valley ringed by mountains, there are .. finally .. undeniable signs of spring. Every year, the emergence of this season equates with a rekindling, a renewal of human spirit. It’s something to do with having made it through the dark time – the...

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