Kenney, Denise. “Ground Rules: Live Performance and Eco Art.” Canadian Theatre Review 144 (Fall 2010): 48-53.
Obadia, Shimshon. “How to Flow Upstream: Eco-Art Connecting Students with Their Learning.” Journal of Comparative Media Arts 1, no. 1 (Summer 2015). http://cmajournal.ca/shimshon-obadia/.
Holmes, Nancy. “The Flowering Plum Tree: Bees, Science, and Sadness” HAL: Hamilton Arts & Letters 9.1 (2016).
Holmes, Nancy. “The Admirable Arrangement: Eco Art, Emily Dickinson and Bees” in “Reflections on the Arts, Environment, and Culture After Ten Years of The Goose,” The Goose: 14. 2, Article 41. (2016)
Available at: http://scholars.wlu.ca/thegoose/vol14/iss2/41
Holmes, Nancy and Cameron Cartiere. “A Little Friendly Flagging Tape: A Conversation About Border Free Bees” Public Art Dialogue Vol 6; Issue 2 (2016): 173- 183. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/21502552.2016.1205397
Available at: pad_bfb-conversation-2016
Holmes, Nancy. “The Woodhaven Eco Art Project: Sustaining Collaboration.” Sustaining the West: Cultural Responses to Canadian Environments. Eds. Liza Piper and Lisa Szabo-Jones. Waterloo: Wilfrid Laurier University Press, 2015.
Kenney, Denise. “The Eco Art Incubator and the Ethics of Belonging.” The Ethics of Art: Ecological Turns in the Performing Arts. Ed. Guy Cools and Pascal Gielen. Antennae, Valiz, Amsterdam: Arts in Society, Fontys School of Fine and Performing arts in collaboration with the Modul-Dance Project of the European Dance House Network, 2014.
Holmes, Nancy and Lori Mairs. The Woodhaven Eco Art Project Catalogue. Text by Nancy Holmes. Photographs by Lori Mairs et. al. Afterword by Lori Mairs. Kelowna, 2011. 98 pages.