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Peggy Macnamara: In the Field

Jeremy Ohmes
Jeremy Ohmes

Communications Manager

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Cicadas and the New Sublime

Giovanni Aloi
Giovanni Aloi

Art Historian and Professor

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Celebrating a Centennial in the Dunes

Eddee Daniel
Eddee Daniel

fine art photographer and author

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Learning to Love Nature through the Lightning Bug

Jeremy Ohmes
Jeremy Ohmes

Communications Manager

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Parenting an Urban Naturalist

Kathy Herwig
Kathy Herwig

freelance copywriter, digital strategist

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Wildlife Viewing in a Neon City

Margie B. Klein
Margie B. Klein

freelance writer, interpretive naturalis…

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Transforming Fear with 50,000 Bees

Joe Phillips
Joe Phillips

Urban Farm Coordinator

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Night Walks

Lauren Koshere
Lauren Koshere

Writer

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Belonging

Julianne Lutz Warren
Julianne Lutz Warren

Fellow

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The Constant Lure of Adventure: Kayaking a Surprisingly Wild Urban River

Eddee Daniel
Eddee Daniel

fine art photographer and author

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Stepping Back

Erica Cirino
Erica Cirino

Freelance Writer and Artist

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The Fox and the Moon

Andreas Weber
Andreas Weber

Biophilosopher and Writer

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The Soul in the Road

Tiffany Mucci
Tiffany Mucci

Writer, Naturalist, Massage Therapist

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South Florida, Life in a Feral Haven

Tal Abbady
Tal Abbady

freelance writer

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Is Nature Really the Greatest Show on Earth?

Tema Milstein
Tema Milstein

Associate Professor, University of New M…

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A Thousand Windows Shining

Max Bowden
Max Bowden

literature student, University of Essex

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At Home with the Albatross

Louise Slocombe
Louise Slocombe

writer

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Deer Death Experiences

Kathleen Dragan
Kathleen Dragan

Writer

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Ramble On

Gavin Van Horn
Gavin Van Horn

Director, Cultures of Conservation

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The City of the Living and the Dead

Hannah Eisler Burnett
Hannah Eisler Burnett

Research and Communications Assistant

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