The Author

Danielle Gignac is an architect whose areas of personal research include environmental ethics, agrarianism, and community-building. Her Master’s Thesis explored the indigenous concept of land as a garden, addressing the cultural and physical boundaries which define life on the land. Danielle has spent time living and working on a permaculture farm in France, and continues to be an avid gardener, wherever she can find a piece of earth to cultivate.

Let There Be Light: The Incarnation and Gothic Cathedrals

In some ways it would be difficult to imagine a greater contrast than that which exists between the manger in which the infant Christ

Evangelicals and the Environment

As Canada settles into winter, talk about climate change