We seek to empathize with and assist families in being well, and in better relationships with the natural work.
We stand in awe of the natural world, and our place in it, humbled by how little we actually know about the universe.
We promote scientific literacy and consider scientific methods and knowledges when making decisions.
We acknowledge that the responsibility for and consequences of the climate crisis are unequally shared. We work for gender, racial, class and economic justice in order to achieve environmental justice.
We cultivate networks of reciprocal, loving relationships - with those who support our work, and those who do not; with the human and non-human world - knowing that we are all family.
We raise children and technologies which are adaptable and strong.