Will Evans

  • Locations: News Published

    Gathering for balance, healing and respect

    Breathing in the fresh mountain air, Will Evans of Carbondale sat with reverence by the rushing waters of the Crystal River. In a quiet state, he became entranced by the intensity of the river’s movement as it cascaded down from the mountains to the valley we call home. At that… read more →

  • Locations: Columns, Opinion Published

    Are our relationships at a healing junction?

    A junction point is a meeting place where trails converge. In modern times we may think of an intersection where two streets or highways cross.

    Our world is much more than street intersections. Our world is a beautiful web of life-sustaining junction points. Originally, our ancestors were in direct relationship… read more →

  • Locations: Columns, Opinion Published

    Autumn reflections on restoring balance

    As the sun crossed the equator this equinox, day and night were approximately of equal length. The water flow in the river is low and slow. Patterns of flowing current around rocks are smaller, quieter and a yellow leaf is swirling in an eddy. Does balance between lightread more →

  • Locations: Opinion Published

    How is a living world story sustained?

    Watershed elders in conversation

    Roger Brown was born in Boston, Massachusetts, in 1935. He grew up in the town of Swampscott, attended Dartmouth College and moved west shortly after graduation. He has lived in Eagle County, Colorado since then. His adventure and environmental documentaries have won numerous awards

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  • Published

    Springtime at the Source

    By Will Evans

    Each morning

    I greet the mountain

    with gratitude

    and am nourished by

    fresh water

    I am

    mostly water,

    as a descendant

    of Source. 

    I grow in an awareness,

    Source and I are One.

    Buried inside my essence

    a fire awakens and

    I see the world through a… read more →

  • Locations: Obituaries Published

    Obituary: Kaawan Sungah

    Dec. 22, 1941 – Jan. 28, 2021

    Kawaan Sungah (“He brings a special day”), Woodrow “Woody” Morrison Jr., was born Haida to Virginia Elsie Cloud, a Cherokee, and Woodrow F. Morrison Sr., a Haida, on Dec. 22, 1941. He grew up in Hydaburg, Alaska, the current home of the Haida… read more →