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6 a.m. on LaSalle Street

Kate Cummings
Kate Cummings

Editor, Questions for a Resilient Future

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Carrying the Wild Home

Naomi Racz
Naomi Racz

writer

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A Perfect Egret?

John Elliott
John Elliott

naturalist and nature interpreter

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Grass: Breaking the Chain of Geese, Gulls, Goldfish, and Green Goo

Steve Sullivan
Steve Sullivan

Senior Curator of Urban Ecology - Peggy…

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Deadly Deer

Susan Tweit
Susan Tweit

Plant ecologist & author

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A Peaceable Kingdom

Ripley Whiteside
Ripley Whiteside

artist

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Green Magic

Jeff Grygny
Jeff Grygny

writer

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Homonym

Keara McGraw
Keara McGraw

artist and illustrator

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Rangitoto Island: The Resilience of Nature

Eddee Daniel
Eddee Daniel

fine art photographer and author

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City Builders

Breeann Kirby
Breeann Kirby

science writer and blogger

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On Never Finding What You’re Looking For

Edward Warden
Edward Warden

Naturalist Aide, Forest Preserve Distric…

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Living on the (H)edge

David Coulter
David Coulter

horticulturist

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Long Live the Tree

Francie Muraski-Stotz
Francie Muraski-Stotz

freelance writer and developer

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What the White Panther Meant to Me

David Taylor
David Taylor

poet, author, and visiting professor of…

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Earth Creatures

Andrea Friederici Ross
Andrea Friederici Ross

author

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Swimming, Flying, and Crawling to a Store Near You

Perry Falcon
Perry Falcon

sharp-eyed. razor-taloned.

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A Tree Grows in Rogers Park

Umberto Tosi
Umberto Tosi

author, editor

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Sounding Urban Nature

Dave Aftandilian
Dave Aftandilian

Fellow

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Life Listing the Exotic in Miami

Tony Croasdale
Tony Croasdale

co-host of the Urban Wildlife Podcast

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Opposable

Gavin Van Horn
Gavin Van Horn

Director, Cultures of Conservation

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Sharing the Sky

Regan Dohm
Regan Dohm

master's student

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