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  • An artist's residency, unplugged

    The writer learns about the simple life during an artist’s residency in a small cabin

  • American — and proud of it

    There’s nothing like a trip to Europe to make an American appreciate living in a country that still has wilderness.

  • Occupying less

    A wild bird helps teach a woman how to let go of the need to own things

  • Nature is not a club to bash people with

    The writer says he’s a nature writer who’s gay and that’s no big deal

  • Voices rising from the desert

    In Writing the Southwest, editors David King Dunaway and Sara Spurgeon collect interviews with 14 Southwestern writers, and provide a CD of their voices as well

  • A gift of supreme excellence

    The writer remembers with love a man who might have seemed worthless to the rest of his community, but who taught a young boy important lessons about fishing, rivers, life and sovereignty

  • Being Green in the Land of the Saints

    Mormons are often stereotyped as conservative anti-environmentalists, but Utah activists Richard Ingebretsen and Chris Peterson of the Glen Canyon Institute want to convince fellow believers that it’s OK to be green

  • Mucking around San Francisco Bay

    San Francisco Bay: Portrait of an Estuary by John Hart pairs beautiful photos with an intriguing history of the pollution -- and the reclamation -- of the bay area

  • California’s growth machine fueled these disastrous wildfires

    John Krist says California is forced to build where fires like to burn

  • Like Paul on the road to Damascus

    An encounter with Alaska’s Gwich’in people years ago convinced the writer to give up his truck and take personal responsibility for the environmental and cultural destruction caused by consumerism

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