The Bones We Collect is a quarterly political plant letter “blog,” as I like to call it, that comes not to your inbox but to your mailbox via the real deal postal service. Each installation is a story of place and time: plant information, political and social musings, drawings, reflections, and a small piece of my heart. This is a personal letter—a lot of it is about me, my experiences, my beliefs, my learnings and unlearnings about plants and ecology and the landscape where I reside and how it all relates to humanity, culture, and our social climate. The letter is free and all you have to do to receive it is send your name and physical address (all personal information is held with utmost confidentiality) to and you will regularly be a recipient of this project/sliver of my soul.