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Frog Watching: Into the Woods

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I heard every species of Western New York frog during my FrogWatch duty, but, just as important, I got in touch with nature. Read More »

TV Review: Attenborough’s Life Stories – “The Fragile Planet”

Sir David Attenborough presents the conclusion to his life stories with a dramatic look at conservation efforts from the 50s to present day. Read More »

Book Review: In Pursuit Of Giants by Matt Rigney

This is a book filled with the love of the giants of the deep and also a warning that they might be gone far too soon. Read More »

The Myth of Stasis

Why it's impossible to return to an agrarian society (and why we absolutely have to try) Read More »

Interview with Nancy Stewart, Author of One Pelican at A Time

Talking with the author of the first book based on the Gulf Oil spill. Read More »

Book Review: One Pelican at a Time by Nancy Stewart

A story of the Gulf Oil Spill. Read More »

Book Review: Off the Grid: Inside the Movement For More Space, Less Government, And True Independence in Modern America by Nick Rosen

Living without to live with more? Read More »

Book Review: Living Green: The Missing Manual by Nancy Conner

Are you curious or even dubious about the green movement? Maybe want a few tips on how to improve? Read More »

Book Review: Where the Wild Things Were: Life, Death, and Ecological Wreckage in a Land of Vanishing Predators by William Stolzenburg

When the top-tier predators vanish, what happens to the environment? Read More »