The Earth Sea Love Podcast

The Earth Sea Love Podcast is a space for women, feminine and non-binary people who are Black, Indigenous or a Person of Colour to explore their relationship with nature hosted by Dr. Sheree Mack. The Earth Sea Love Podcast is committed to exploring the experiences of women, feminine and non-binary people who are Black, Indigenous or a Person of Colour with Mother Nature.

We provide spaces where the hidden voices within the environmental/ conservation conversations are explored and amplified. Inspired by time spent outdoors, the voices of for women, feminine and non-binary people who are Black, Indigenous or a Person of Colour are centred. Our stories, conversations, interviews, photography, writing and artwork are platformed and celebrated. We explore our legacies, histories and memories which influence and effect how we perceive ourselves with/in the natural world and environmental/ climate justice movements.

The Earth Sea Love Zine goes out once a month when I’ll share with you what we’ve been doing, thoughts and feelings around certain issues and what’s going to be happening next.

I love connecting with people in this way because these zines are a connection, keeping the conversation going in a simple and effective way. Zines are revolutionary and I’m all about bringing about consistent, systematic change.

Topics you’ll find in The Earth Sea Love Zine include:

  • Deepening a nature connection
  • Process over product
  • Creativity and rest
  • Events and happenings
  • Anti-racism discussions
  • Joy and wonder
  • Self-love and self-care
  • Practical information about getting outdoors
  • Climate Justice
  • Adventure and explorations

The Earth Sea Love Zine is full of nature, love and creativity. It’s your way of staying in touch with me, nature and yourself.

My hope with The Earth Sea Love Zine is that you read or see something in there that inspires you to get outside more, and open yourself up to new experiences, people and attitudes.

You can check out the archive here.