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Pondering the "Bull of Winter" -- in Flight*

Reporting from the small plane flying from Boston to Chicago, first leg of the journey to Fairbanks, Alaska: I’ve nearly finished reading a paper called “Gone the Bull of Winter?” by anthropologist Susan Crate (Current Anthropology, Vol. 1,474 more words

Climate Change Policy

The Flood Washed Away My Grandma's House

After it rained in Supai, the red canyon walls, green leaves, and rainbow always appeared brighter and more vibrant. Normally, I had a lot of fun after the rain, because my cousins and I chased after objects floating by in the flood, and searched for the longest centipede in the mud. 582 more words

American Indian

Liquid Gold

This is so delicious, unique and magical. It’s my new best friend…

It also contains maca, which is an indigenous food, grown in Peru (I will be writing more about indigenous foods in the future!) 28 more words

Aboriginal elders lament loss of culture as youth suicide rises.

Aboriginal elders in northern Australia say a loss of cultural identity is one of the main reasons for rising Indigenous youth suicide rates. The elders have outlined their views on the issue in a new publication. 406 more words
Human Rights

Saving hawksbill turtles, one plant at a time

How do you help endangered hawksbill turtles survive? One plant at a time! Hawai‘i Volcanoes National Park natural resources management staff recently planted 746 naupaka kahaki… 190 more words

Pacific Island National Parks