Sophie Dillon, third place winner of our 2015 Emerging Environmental Writers Contest, picks up a pickaxe, plants a tree, and learns something about community in the process.
Lauren Greyson, co-winner of our 2015 Emerging Environmental Writers Contest, takes a walk to Honeymoon Hole, a landscape once pried and blasted apart, now transformed.
When it comes to water in the arid landscape, Laurel Hamers says we should be concerned about more than just the Colorado.
Gus Speth’s new memoir encourages a younger generation to pursue a more radical environmentalism.
Sierra Dickey, Honorable Mention of our 2014 Emerging Environmental Writers Contest, contemplates how a small shorebird can teach us to be more reverent.