Photo taken by Leesa Fountain

                                  Photo taken by Leesa Fountain

Homochrysalis serves as an information guide for our species to carry out its highest potential. 7.4 billion strong, Homo sapiens are a known force of environmental change through consumption and extraction. The vastness of experience lived among us is remarkable. No one is the same. Our degrees of impact and responsibility are varying, but our make-up is one. We have been pinned against and on top of one another, using earth's resources to survive and compete. This does not need to be the case. We have more than enough to thrive when we know what we need. I hope this website can germinate seeds of essentials within you and I, who both live in a world that tries its best to confuse. We are water roaring down the river. We are roots expanding into the soil. We are caterpillars crawling up the leaves, hungry for the truth. Enter the cocoon. 

Christopher A. Lang

Christopher A. Lang is a graduate of Stanford University where he received a B.S. and M.S. in Earth Systems. He is originally from Woodside, CA, but he now lives in New, Orleans, LA. He practices a lifestyle that is in concert with the earth, choosing a waste-limited and plant-based diet. In his free time, he enjoys playing sports, gardening, and working for environmental equity and justice.