Environmental groups gathered in downtown Vallejo over the weekend to mark the 50th anniversary of the Wilderness Act, to ponder the meaning of the word and to filter the concept through the lenses of California’s diverse communities.
Filmmaker Steve Dunsky usually spends his time behind the camera not in front of it. Now and then, however, he steps into public view. As one of the main creative forces behind the 50th anniversary celebration of the Wilderness Act … Read more
He’s big, he’s tall and he’s an obsessive birder. WhyTed Eliot can’t get birds out of his head.
Nature sounds make up the rich soundscapes of redwood forests, marshes, and our backyards.
Aldo who? Mid-century environmental ethicist Aldo Leopard is finally going mainstream this year with more publicity than ever about this life and work.
Just a century ago, foraging for wild foods would have been unremarkable–part of daily life for many people. That’s not true today, but foraging is making a comeback, with ever more people interested in finding food in the wild. But with a growing population and diminishing natural resources, is this sustainable? We head out with local foragers and ask about the ethics of foraging in a metropolis.