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Here: "The City's in the Garden"

Angela Just
Angela Just

Poet

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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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Rootless: Bryology as a Cure for Loneliness in the Landscape

Matt Stansberry
Matt Stansberry

Rust Belt Writer

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Consider the Coywolf

James Freitas
James Freitas

Freelance Writer

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Looking for Owls

Clare Butterfield
Clare Butterfield

Program Director - Illinois Science and…

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Eden Lost

Arthur Melville Pearson
Arthur Melville Pearson

Craftsman, Director, Volunteer

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The Semi-Religious Experience of Walking the Stormwater Retention Pond

Elizabeth Bastos
Elizabeth Bastos

Freelance Writer

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Transactions of Light

Andreas Weber
Andreas Weber

Biophilosopher and Writer

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The Sun, the Moon, the Watermelon Flowers

Amy Wright
Amy Wright

Poet

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Solar Flare

Kieran Lindsey
Kieran Lindsey

Urban Wildlife Biologist

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Dawn Chorus in the City

Alexi Francis
Alexi Francis

Writer and Illustrator

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Dragonfly Summer

Cindy Crosby
Cindy Crosby

Author and Prairie Steward

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Into the Woods on Mother's Day

Susy Schultz
Susy Schultz

Journalist and Digital Strategist

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The King of Michigan Avenue

Elisa Shoenberger
Elisa Shoenberger

Oral Historian

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Why Birds?

Arthur Melville Pearson
Arthur Melville Pearson

Craftsman, Director, Volunteer

As urban populations grow, and contact with nature becomes more constricted, is our psychological and social well-being in jeopardy? Are healthy ecological communities, biological diversity, and even wilderness compatible with urban areas? This is what City Creatures aims to discuss. We hope you’ll join the conversation by commenting and sharing.

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