Paddling for a Porpoise

To make a difference, focus on what you are good at.

Sean Jansen

Ecology Without a Roadmap

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Elisa Shoenberger

Forests of the Future

In Kyrgyzstan, a community-based agroforestry effort is seeking to save the world’s largest natural walnut forest.

Diana Kruzman

Are Black Vultures Being Scapegoated for Livestock Deaths?

New bill would make it easier for ranchers to kill the protected birds, despite insufficient data on vulture predation.

Ian Rose

To Save Native Plant Communities, Diversify the Field

So says ecologist working to save one of California’s most endangered ecosystems and promote LGBTQ+ visibility in science.

Anna Marija Helt

Our Crumbling Shores

Water always wins, but are we really in a zero-sum game?

Brian Calvert

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They were incarcerated in Eastern Kentucky, far from home. Now free, they have returned to push back against a controversial prison project.

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