Jeffrey A. Lockwood

Full name: Jeffrey A. Lockwood

Jeffrey Lockwood

Jeffrey A. Lockwood

Jeffrey A. Lockwood, an insect ecologist and writer, is a professor of natural sciences and humanities at the University of Wyoming. An online columnist for UU World, he is a member of the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Laramie, Wyoming. He is the author of several books, including Grasshopper Dreaming (Skinner House, 2002), Locust (Basic Books, 2004), and Prairie Soul (Skinner House, 2004).

From Jeffrey A. Lockwood

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Perhaps there is a place for taboos in Unitarian Universalism.

By Jeffrey A. Lockwood | June 3, 2019 | From UU World
Tagged as: Environment, Responsibility, Shame, Climate Justice

An attempt to distill essential environmental teachings into proverbial wisdom

By Jeffrey A. Lockwood | March 27, 2019 | From UU World
Tagged as: Creativity, Environment

Cultivating human virtue, respecting the animal, defining oneself.

By Jeffrey A. Lockwood | December 3, 2018 | From UU World
Tagged as: Ethics, Food, Nature, Responsibility

Our love for the Earth is multifaceted and deep.

By Jeffrey A. Lockwood | April 16, 2018 | From Ideas
Tagged as: Immanence, Love, Nature, Transcendence

Perhaps the most important thing we can do to get people to focus on climate justice is to provide them with reliable employment, education, and health care.

By Jeffrey A. Lockwood | December 19, 2017 | From UU World
Tagged as: Activism, Agriculture in Environmental Justice, Climate & Environmental Justice, Environment, Climate Change

Unitarian Universalism’s First Source affirms for me that the core of my faith lies in the how of our religion, rather than the what.

By Jeffrey A. Lockwood | October 30, 2017 | From UU World
Tagged as: Awe, Transcendence, Wonder, Personal Inspiration

A Gary Snyder poem helps me find my way in our messed-up world.

By Jeffrey A. Lockwood | July 17, 2017 | From Ideas
Tagged as: Community, Environment, Interdependence, Nature, Spiritual Practice, Climate Justice

For Unitarian Universalists, being open-minded must not mean being empty-headed.

By Jeffrey A. Lockwood | April 3, 2017 | From UU World
Tagged as: Conscience, Meaning, Climate Justice

Who could object to living sustainably? It depends on what we mean.

By Jeffrey A. Lockwood | January 24, 2017 | From UU World
Tagged as: Abundance, Environment, Nature

There is often a price to opposing a company town’s corporate master.

By Jeffrey A. Lockwood | August 22, 2016 | From UU World
Tagged as: Environment, Personal Stories, Climate Justice

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