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Becoming Wild: How Animal Cultures Raise Families, Create Beauty, and Achieve Peace, By Carl Safina
Reviewed by John Miles Burning questions today are how we should relate to other-than-human denizens of Earth and why we[...]
 Moss in April
Snowdrops among the dead, the fallen brown – I wait for any sign and crave, through duff and litterfall, some[...]

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Episode 49: Allison Jones on the Science Behind Protecting Utah’s Wildlands
About Allison Allison Jones received her B.A in Environmental Studies at the University of California at Santa Cruz under the[...]

Around the Campfire

You are the Hope of the Future
Featured image:  Kids from Taos Day School hiking in the Rio Grande del Norte National Monument © John Miles You[...]

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Webinar: Dave Parsons and Kim Crumbo Discuss Mexican Gray Wolf Recovery
~Watch The Webinar Replay And Submit Your Comments Here~ Join Project Coyote and The Rewilding Institute for a FREE Webinar[...]
BLM undermines NEPA while threatening western public lands
Featured Image:  Hamblin Chaining © Ray Bioxham/SUWA On March 13 The Bureau of Land Management released its “BLM Pinyon Pine[...]

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Episode 49: Allison Jones on the Science Behind Protecting Utah’s Wildlands
About Allison Allison Jones received her B.A in Environmental Studies at the University of California at Santa Cruz under the[...]
Becoming Wild: How Animal Cultures Raise Families, Create Beauty, and Achieve Peace, By Carl Safina
Reviewed by John Miles Burning questions today are how we should relate to other-than-human denizens of Earth and why we[...]
 Moss in April
Snowdrops among the dead, the fallen brown – I wait for any sign and crave, through duff and litterfall, some[...]
Forests: Repairing the Past, Defending the Future, by Chris Bolgiano
"The situation with privately owned forests is one of extremely fragmented woodlands and ownerships plus variable state regs that are[...]
Action Alert: Help Ensure the Survival of the Mexican Gray Wolf
Action Alert ~ Mexican Gray Wolves Need Your Help! by Caleigh Hall | May 14, 2020 | Action Alert You[...]
Episode 48: Rex Weyler On The Double Bind Of The Pandemic
About Rex Weyler is a writer and ecologist. His books include Blood of the Land, a history of indigenous American[...]
Webinar: Dave Parsons and Kim Crumbo Discuss Mexican Gray Wolf Recovery
~Watch The Webinar Replay And Submit Your Comments Here~ Join Project Coyote and The Rewilding Institute for a FREE Webinar[...]
The Earth First! Wilderness Preserve System
Featured Image: Brazos Cliff, Tusas Mountains, New Mexico © John Miles By Dave Foreman, Howie Wolke, Bart Koehler & Shaaron Netherton[...]
CATRUNNERS, Chapter 4
Beautiful Mama (A Make-Believe Adventure for Youth of All Ages, Human and Feline) By Ken Swift She watched him from[...]

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Dave Foreman's "Around the Campfire"

You are the Hope of the Future
Featured image:  Kids from Taos Day School hiking in the Rio Grande del Norte National Monument © John Miles You[...]
Tuning up for a night of hunting
After a long nap in the sun, these coyotes  are tuning up for a night of hunting. They’re relatively safe[...]
Around the Campfire, #80
Wild Things for Their Own Sake If we look far and deep and wide, the key question that looms for[...]

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