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In Praise of Urban Beavers

Ben Goldfarb
Ben Goldfarb

Environmental Journalist

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Exurban Evolution: Stepping onto the Continuum of Care

Margo Farnsworth
Margo Farnsworth

Speaker, Writer, and Consultant

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A Shock of Recognition

James Ballowe
James Ballowe

Engagement Advisor

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Is Your City Smarter than a Beaver?

Heidi Perryman
Heidi Perryman

President, Worth A Dam

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The Life of a River: An Interview with Joel Sheesley

Joel Sheesley
Joel Sheesley

Painter

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A Perpendicular Universe

Tracy Kugler
Tracy Kugler

Researcher, Writer

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The Constant Lure of Adventure: Kayaking a Surprisingly Wild Urban River

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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Cougar Towns and River Cats

Gavin Van Horn
Gavin Van Horn

Director, Cultures of Conservation

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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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A Private Solstice Celebration

Adrian Ayres Fisher
Adrian Ayres Fisher

Sustainability Coordinator

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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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Down Clear Creek

David Taylor
David Taylor

Poet, Author, and Assistant Professor at…

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Stumble Upon

Lee Price
Lee Price

Writer

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How to Know Where the River Is

Adrian Ayres Fisher
Adrian Ayres Fisher

Sustainability Coordinator

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Carp Traps

Gretel Van Wieren
Gretel Van Wieren

Assistant Professor of Religious Studies…

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Uncertain Memories

David Taylor
David Taylor

Poet, Author, and Assistant Professor at…

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Wildlife in Chicago & Fracking in Southern Illinois: Ecological and Human Connections

Michael Bryson
Michael Bryson

Professor, Paddler, Writer

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The Vulning Earth

Gavin Van Horn
Gavin Van Horn

Director, Cultures of Conservation

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Snags

Steve Sullivan
Steve Sullivan

Senior Curator of Urban Ecology - Peggy…

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