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  • On (not) being Jane Goodall

    On (not) being Jane Goodall

    A writer wonders what it would be like to study the coati, a Southwestern cousin of the raccoon.

  • A fine day in the classroom

    A fine day in the classroom

    On helping rural third-graders examine the remains of a mastodon

  • "Friending" nature

    "Friending" nature

    Using social media and citizen science to track the tiger beetle in New Mexico and Arizona

  • Walking in the body of being

    Walking in the body of being

    Not everybody understands why pinacate beetles are such good company, but philosopher Baruch Spinoza is likely one of them.

  • Ending hunger

    Ending hunger

    A New Mexico woman fights hunger by sending healthy snacks home with schoolchildren every Friday.

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