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My neighbors probably think I’ve lost my mind. Where they have petunias and liriope and neat yards, I have what appear from a distance to be c… Read Story

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If you walked alone and untutored through the tall pines, century-old oaks, big beeches and sweet gums of the forest, near where the Eastern S… Read Story

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It’s beach season along the old Atlantic seaboard, drawing crowds of us inlanders east like our creeks and rivers. We’re heading for the Bay, … Read Story

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For decades, authors grounded in ecology and environmentalism have produced excellent — and widely ignored — forecasts of the end of economic … Read Story

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In 1882, the Prospect House, a sprawling lodge overlooking a remote lake in New York’s Adirondack Mountains, became the first hotel in the wor… Read Story

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The five-year court battle is over. The Supreme Court of the United States, by declining to hear the case, has affirmed two lower courts’ deci… Read Story

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Last December in Paris, nearly 200 countries, including the United States, came together to proclaim with one voice that we can no longer buil… Read Story

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Virginia, York River—We finished filming a movie about crabs the way we began it in the winter of 2015, with men and women of science on their… Read Story

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What will environmentalists be up to in 2016? Spur more carbon reductions, clean up the Bay, affect the vote? Read Story

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I once read in a canoe magazine of a famously difficult passage in New England across 50 miles of open water. Most modern paddlers who tried i… Read Story

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We’re taught the virtue of allowing cooler heads to prevail, but at times it might be wished that anger were preser vable. That it could be ca… Read Story

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We are in the midst of the International Year of Soils. Who knew? Most will overlook the global event, but that would be a mistake. Soils dese… Read Story

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Providing habitat for numerous species of wildlife is a critically important to keep the environment functioning properly. And, it’s absolutel… Read Story

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These days, gloom and doom seems to dominate my social media feeds. For example, did you know there is a Doomsday Clock? Monitored by the Bull… Read Story

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We’re all familiar with the problem-solving technique of simply shifting the lens. Viewing the same thing differently. Glass “half full” inste… Read Story