I did this assignment last fall for Sierra Magazine in a local East Bay redwood grove. The idea was to keep it dark to make the gear really pop. It wasn’t too hard in a redwood grove. Thank you Jessica Meskus for making it look amazing. Being a backpacker myself, I was interested in seeing the favorite gear of a guy who’s hiked 7900 miles of trails!
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Our local celebrity is a coyote. She lives up at the top of Bernal Hill and she’s a beautiful girl. The top photo was in a recent show at Dickerman Prints. The bottom photo will be coming out in Sierra Magazine‘s May issue.
Sierra Magazine featured four urban farmers from my book Backyard Roots for their annual Food issue! Above, Jonathan Chen, became the director of the Danny Woo Community Garden in Seattle after surviving cancer as a college student. He worked with immigrants in the terraced downtown garden and introduced a kids program and chickens. Other urban farmers included Alex Winstead, an organic mushroom farmer who began his career as a hobby growing mushrooms in his basement, Rachel Hoff and Tom Ferguson who lived for a year without setting foot in a grocery store and Lee Kindell who introduced kids to aquaponics at his downtown hostel. Check it out at the sierra club.org.