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Agriculture, Human Landscape

Red Soil, Green Gold, Dark Secrets

Red Soil, Green Gold, Dark Secrets

 he bones of deceased Guaraní shamans used to decorate forest pockets in pre-colonial times, when Mata Atlântica, “The Atlantic Forest,” still stretched out its arms across South America. From modern-day northeastern Argentina to the southern Brazilian coast, the “Atlantic …

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Conservation, Culture, Indigenous Peoples

The Valley of Uncertainty

The Valley of Uncertainty

An indigenous people dislocated by conservation and development in Southwest China.
by × January 22, 2019 × 1 comment

Agriculture, Culture, Politics

San Isidro, Havana, Cuba

Urban Farm-Fed Cities: Lessons from Cuba’s Organopónicos

An intimate portrait of urban farms in Cuba explores the implications for sustainable agriculture and food access for urban communities.
by × November 23, 2018 × 0 comments

Conservation, Culture, Multimedia, Place

Retreat, and a Voice for Wilderness

Retreat, and a Voice for Wilderness

What to do about the problem of access? The environmental concerns of the Adirondacks are global concerns.
by × November 2, 2018 × 0 comments

2018 Print Edition, Photo Essay, Place

Hardwater

Hardwater

An intimate portrait of a community on the extremes.
by × September 18, 2018 × 0 comments

2018 Print Edition, Place, Politics

Danaus gilippus, Queen butterflies on retama [PHOTO CREDIT: National Butterfly Center]

The Other Side: Butterflies and the Border Wall

Exploring the natural beauty and diversity of the Rio Grande Valley, Elizabeth Garcia reflects on what we tear down when a wall is built.
by × August 3, 2018 × 2 comments