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  • The delights of urban wilderness

    The sometimes-scruffy remnants of woodland that edge our urban neighborhoods have psychological as well as ecological value.

  • A hope for Father’s Day from a divorced father

    Harold Shepherd, a divorced father, works hard to maintain a loving, outdoors-oriented relationship with his children.

  • Out of the video arcade and into the woods

    In Last Child in the Woods, child advocate and journalist Richard Louv confronts what he calls "nature-deficit disorder" – the loss of the bond between children and nature today

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