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Riders on the Swash

Ingrid Taylar
Ingrid Taylar

Writer and Photographer

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Break Out the Border Collies

Regan Burke
Regan Burke

Writer

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A Summer’s Paddle around Long Island: First Strokes & A Trip Beyond

David Taylor
David Taylor

Poet, Author, and Assistant Professor at…

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Island of the Ospreys

James Freitas
James Freitas

Freelance Writer

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Web of Possibility

Kelly Brenner
Kelly Brenner

Naturalist

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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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Looking for Owls

Clare Butterfield
Clare Butterfield

Executive Director - Christopher Family…

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The Semi-Religious Experience of Walking the Stormwater Retention Pond

Elizabeth Bastos
Elizabeth Bastos

Freelance Writer

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In Need of Rescue

Melissa L. Sevigny
Melissa L. Sevigny

Science Communicator, Author

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Steve, a Seagull Story

Gavin Van Horn
Gavin Van Horn

Director, Cultures of Conservation

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The Unfathomable Depths near Boston

Elizabeth Bastos
Elizabeth Bastos

Freelance Writer

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Bake Sales for Crabs

Amy Evrard
Amy Evrard

Associate Professor - Gettysburg College

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Laugh, Kingfisher

Gavin Van Horn
Gavin Van Horn

Director, Cultures of Conservation

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Coming of Age in the City

Julie Dunlap
Julie Dunlap

Writer and Professor of Environmental Sc…

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Celebrating a Centennial in the Dunes

Eddee Daniel
Eddee Daniel

Fine Art Photographer and Author

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In the Heat of the City: Remembering Eugene Williams

Michael McColly
Michael McColly

Writer, Teacher

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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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Roost

Breeann Kirby
Breeann Kirby

Science Writer 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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The Bear and Me

Matthew Wills
Matthew Wills

Naturalist and Blogger

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