Christopher Nyerges


Stories by Christopher Nyerges

Peak performer

A Sierra Madre couple welcomes the clean and cost-efficient sun into their home

Author Christopher Nyerges Date 01/22/2009
Meet the Tataviam

Once believed extinct, the ‘people facing the sun’ are very much alive

Author Christopher Nyerges Date 01/08/2009
Simple is as simple does

Touring Amish country with wild-food man Peter Gail

Author Christopher Nyerges Date 12/04/2008
Back in the day

Ethnobotanist and Boy Scout leader Richard Toyon preserves tribal lore

Author Christopher Nyerges Date 11/20/2008
'Fish are like people'

Altadena angler Bob Johnson clicks with nature to find the best places and times to drop his hook

Author Christopher Nyerges Date 11/06/2008
The language of tracking

Jim Lowery knows how to read the messages left in nature’s path

Author Christopher Nyerges Date 10/23/2008
Clean and natural

Pascal Baudar turns the wilderness into his private soap factory

Author Christopher Nyerges Date 10/16/2008
Life strings

Master bowyer and teacher Joe Dabill always matches the right stick with the right student.

Author Christopher Nyerges Date 10/09/2008
Living the word

Ed Begley Jr. puts into practice all of his many ideas
for saving the planet

Author Christopher Nyerges Date 09/11/2008
All lit up

Altadena’s Alan Halcon can light your fire — with no matches, just a hand drill — in just two seconds

Author Christopher Nyerges Date 08/28/2008
Life in a tipi

An Eagle Rock woman’s search for meaning in her own backyard

Author Christopher Nyerges Date 08/20/2008
Nature finds its balance

Learning from the past with veteran actor Carel Struycken

Author Christopher Nyerges Date 08/06/2008
Church of the Open Road

The story of Rafael Gomez and his ‘steel pony’

Author Christopher Nyerges Date 07/24/2008
Life cycles

Teacher Richard Redman rides 6,000 miles a year for better health and a cleaner environment.

Author Christopher Nyerges Date 07/10/2008