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The Hawks of Spring

Iris Anixter
Iris Anixter

Essayist

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Just One Bite of Ripe Tomato

Alison Paul
Alison Paul

Environmental Educator

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Here: "The City's in the Garden"

Angela Just
Angela Just

Poet

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Can't Eat Just One

Joanna Brichetto
Joanna Brichetto

Naturalist & Writer

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Nonhuman Workers of the World, Unite!

Brandon Keim
Brandon Keim

Freelance Journalist

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Eden Lost

Arthur Melville Pearson
Arthur Melville Pearson

Craftsman, Director, Volunteer

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Dawn Chorus in the City

Alexi Francis
Alexi Francis

Writer and Illustrator

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Beetle Love and Raspberry Perspectives

Brooke Parry Hecht
Brooke Parry Hecht

President

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Give Me Urban Prairie, Give Me My Home

Benjamin Vogt
Benjamin Vogt

Prairie Garden Designer and Writer

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Offerings to the Green Gods

Ellaraine Lockie
Ellaraine Lockie

Poet

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Transforming Fear with 50,000 Bees

Joe Phillips
Joe Phillips

Urban Farm Coordinator

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Long Live the Tree

Francie Muraski-Stotz
Francie Muraski-Stotz

Freelance Writer and Developer

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Happily Ever After? Translocation as a Solution to Human-Wildlife Conflict

Liza Watson Lehrer
Liza Watson Lehrer

Urban Wildlife Ecologist for Lincoln Par…

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I Thought Ladybugs Would be Easy

Matthew Wills
Matthew Wills

Naturalist and Blogger

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Imagining Their Stories

Bill Guerriero
Bill Guerriero

Photographer

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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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The Wildness of Being

Mary Cross
Mary Cross

Art Professor, Photographer and Textuali…

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Spring Calling

Margo Farnsworth
Margo Farnsworth

Speaker, Writer, and Consultant

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