Soul of the Earth is an anthology of eco-spiritual poetry, published in 2010.
Lorna Smithers, writing in 2016 for Gods and Radicals said “As I read through the pages from this year’s position of heightened crisis, I found the poems continued to resonate and feel important. Some do the essential work of critiquing the materialistic worldview of consumer capitalism responsible for our destruction of the earth.”
You can read the whole review here – https://godsandradicals.org/2016/05/26/review-soul-of-the-earth/
Stardancer on Amazon says “like the eco-bardic manifesto – this is an inspiring collection of writing” and goes on to call for “a whole movement towards nature and magic in story and poetry and then see where it leads us.” that’s very much the sort of response the book was intended to create.