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Youth & Nature: Is There Hope?

Only a few decades ago, before the advent of time-consuming technologies such as laptops and phones, getting out and enjoying nature was a thing of normality. 525 more words

The Natural World

Interning in the Conservation Lab

My name is Sarah Kim and I am a conservation/preservation intern at the John J. Burns Library. I am entering my second year in the Bookbinding program at the North Bennet Street School. 1,051 more words

Student Posts

Jane Goodall Then And Now

Several of us contributing to this platform have had the opportunity to meet her, and can attest to what Melena Ryzyk says below. There really are not… 691 more words


Moments of Inner Peace

I was contemplating recently those moments in life when you feel a sense of total peace, perhaps some people would relate it as a spiritual experience. 210 more words

New Zealand

Regenerating Biodiversity Is Hard Work In The Best Of Circumstances

It’s never easy being green, but especially millennia after deforestation. Thanks to Henry Fountain and the New York Times:

Vikings Razed the Forests. Can Iceland Regrow Them?

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Iowa Learning Farms Webinar: Talking Grazing with Joe Sellers

Did you miss our webinar with Joe Sellers, Iowa State University Extension Beef Field Specialist, this week? You’re in luck because we archive all of our webinars on our website! 144 more words


Wildlife Photographer of the Year

Well it is that time of year again when the winners of the prestigious wildlife photographer of the year awards are announced.

Having a browse through this year’s winners I notice with a touch of sadness but a good dose of hope just how many of the photos touch on the demise of wildlife and have a conservation message. 280 more words