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Can't Eat Just One

Joanna Brichetto
Joanna Brichetto

Naturalist & Writer

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Digital Clones

Margo Farnsworth
Margo Farnsworth

Speaker, Writer, and Consultant

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Dragonfly Summer

Cindy Crosby
Cindy Crosby

Author and Prairie Steward

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Bake Sales for Crabs

Amy Evrard
Amy Evrard

Associate Professor - Gettysburg College

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For the Love of Moth Snowstorms

Matthew Wills
Matthew Wills

Naturalist and Blogger

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The Secrets of Leaves

Francie Muraski-Stotz
Francie Muraski-Stotz

Freelance Writer and Developer

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Cicadas and the New Sublime

Giovanni Aloi
Giovanni Aloi

Art Historian and Professor - School of…

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A Peaceable Kingdom

Ripley Whiteside
Ripley Whiteside

Artist

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City Builders

Breeann Kirby
Breeann Kirby

Science Writer and Blogger

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A Nature Preserve Conjured from the Bottom of the Burning River

Matt Stansberry
Matt Stansberry

Rust Belt Writer

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Restoring an Urban Creek and its Monarchs

Susan J. Tweit
& Susan J. Tweit
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I Thought Ladybugs Would be Easy

Matthew Wills
Matthew Wills

Naturalist and Blogger

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The Red-winged Knows: Rewilding on a Chicago Shore

Michael McColly
Michael McColly

Writer, Teacher

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Exile on Clark Street

Seth Magle
Seth Magle

Director, Urban Wildlife Institute

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The Nature of My Inspiration

Keara McGraw
Keara McGraw

Artist and Illustrator

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The Return of Detroit River's Charismatic Megafauna

John H. Hartig
John H. Hartig

Fulbright Scholar and Great Lakes Scienc…

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Eulogy for the Passenger Pigeon

Steve Sullivan
Steve Sullivan

Senior Curator of Urban Ecology - Peggy…

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Lessons for an Apologetic Gardener

Francie Muraski-Stotz
Francie Muraski-Stotz

Freelance Writer and Developer

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A Question of Monarchs

Gavin Van Horn
Gavin Van Horn

Director, Cultures of Conservation

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Stumble Upon

Lee Price
Lee Price

Writer

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Nature Leaving Me Buzzed

Kyle Gati
Kyle Gati

Beekeeper

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