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Is Your City Smarter than a Beaver?

Heidi Perryman
Heidi Perryman

President, Worth A Dam

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Here: "The City's in the Garden"

Angela Just
Angela Just

Poet

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A Riffle in Time

Melissa L. Sevigny
Melissa L. Sevigny

Science Communicator, Author

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Why Did the Bear Cross the Road?

Melanie Hill
Melanie Hill

Director of Communications and Outreach,…

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Caught in the Web

Tom Montgomery Fate
Tom Montgomery Fate

Author, Professor

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April Blizzards Bring… Whooping Cranes?

Tracy Kugler
Tracy Kugler

Researcher, Writer

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Can't Eat Just One

Joanna Brichetto
Joanna Brichetto

Naturalist & Writer

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Web of Possibility

Kelly Brenner
Kelly Brenner

Naturalist

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You Can Be My Wingman

Kristi Rivas
Kristi Rivas

Project Dragonfly, Miami University of O…

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The Life of a River: An Interview with Joel Sheesley

Joel Sheesley
Joel Sheesley

Painter

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Stopover

Sherry Stratton
Sherry Stratton

Editor, Writer

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Confessions of an Urban Forager

Umberto Tosi
Umberto Tosi

Author, Editor

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Finding Resilience in Nature: A Reflection on the Geography of Hope

Eddee Daniel
Eddee Daniel

Fine Art Photographer and Author

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Along Came a Spider

Joanna Brichetto
Joanna Brichetto

Naturalist & Writer

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Rootless: Bryology as a Cure for Loneliness in the Landscape

Matt Stansberry
Matt Stansberry

Rust Belt Writer

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Nonhuman Workers of the World, Unite!

Brandon Keim
Brandon Keim

Freelance Journalist

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The Lesson of the Hawk

Elizabeth Beachy Gómez
Elizabeth Beachy Gómez

Nature-based Healer

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A Shocking Crime

Amy Nelson
Amy Nelson

Communications Director, Biohabitats

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A Volery of Wagtails

Alexi Francis
Alexi Francis

Writer and Illustrator

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The Falcon & the Chicken

Brandon Keim
Brandon Keim

Freelance Journalist

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