Spring 2016

The April-June issue explores the Amah Mutsun tribal members’ recovery of traditional ecological knowledge with the support of the state parks, UC researchers, and a land trust near Año Nuevo State Park. Plus: A back-road tour of the Berryessa Snow Mountain National Monument; an introduction to John Muir Law’s philosophy on nature journaling and techniques; a muddy school adventure at Crab Cove; how horizontal levees can keep sea level rise at bay; and an excerpt from Nathanael Johnson’s terrific new book, Unseen City: The majesty of pigeons, the discreet charm of snails, and other wonders of the urban wilderness.

Cover illustration by John Muir Laws

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