Wind Watchers: A Reflection on Horseshoe Crabs

The Atlantic Horseshoe Crab is a unique species that calls the entire east coast of the USA home. It has been labelled as Vulnerable by the Internation Union for the Conservation of Nature (IUCN) since 2016. A Rocha USA is working towards the protection of these animals and is studying their unique spawning behaviors in Florida’s Indian River Lagoon, one of the largest estuaries in the United States. This video is a reflection on these creatures and the beauty in how they praise God through their creatureliness. The video was directed by A Rocha USA intern Michaela Stenerson, with written and spoken poetry from Allison Cutting.


From Cultural Diversity to Biodiversity: Catching a Vision

By Liuan Huska, former board member of A Rocha USA and columnist for The Well (an Intervarsity publication). This article appeared in the In Focus column.
“There are clear parallels between cultural diversity and biodiversity. We value all the different kinds of life — from humans to plants to fungi–because God created each one. But often, organizations prioritize one kind of diversity over the other. The reality is that cultural diversity and biodiversity are intertwined.”