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  • Hope Cove, journal of wild culture , ©2018
    Touching, and being touched, by our planet's welcoming skin. By Amber Massie-Blomfield.
  • What is an Ecovillage? Journal of Wild Culture, ©2017 1254.png
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    What is an Ecovillage? Journal of Wild Culture, ©2017 1254.png
    An arty, earth-lovin', radical road-crazed cast of semi-serious, semi-sweet characters celebrate settling down. By Whitney Smith.
  •  Moving Spirit Series, David Young, journal of wild culture, ©2018
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     Moving Spirit Series, David Young, journal of wild culture, ©2018
    In the right hands, scraps of paper glued together can reward the art-lover with works that stand outside the culture of contemporary visual art. By David Young.
  • Almost Spring, Wild Culture, ©2015
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    Almost Spring, Wild Culture, ©2015
    Not winter, not spring. Finding the right dishes for an in-between month. For Chef Laura—frittata, ceviche & Amalfi lemon ice cream . . . a delicious and easy March feast.
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    A quick how-to on planting this favourite herb — and delicious and healthful uses for the home. By Dan Wheals.
  • Ashland, Oregon
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    Ashland, Oregon
    Don't let those conversations go unrecorded. Let thy people know! By Craig K. Comstock.
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    Danaë and Zeus, by Goya
    The cloud-gatherer Zeus issued this message today through his public relations team of rustling oak trees. By Prudence Crowther.
  • The Last Weir, by Tim Wilson, ©2015, The Journal of Wild Culture
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    The Last Weir, by Tim Wilson, ©2015, The Journal of Wild Culture
    When ancient fishing practices are no longer viable, a local culture loses not only some history but a part of its soul. A short film by Tim Wilson.
  • John Coltrane, Journal of Wild Culture ©2017 1563.jpg
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    John Coltrane, Journal of Wild Culture ©2017 1563.jpg
    A poet with a keen eye for the quiet nuanced details of place. By Jack B. Bidell.
  • #MeToo poems, Journal of Wild Culture ©2017
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    #MeToo poems, Journal of Wild Culture ©2017
    A searing voice speaks about what it's like to be on the receiving end of sexual misconduct. By Jan Beatty.
  • Andrew Rucklidge, Resistant Beds, 2017, Journal of Wild Culture ©2017
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    Andrew Rucklidge, Resistant Beds, 2017, Journal of Wild Culture ©2017
    "A respect for places and people who have to survive up there . . ." A Canadian painter's empathy for the northern edge. By Chris Lowry.
  • Trump behind Hillary, Journal of Wild Culture
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    Trump behind Hillary, Journal of Wild Culture
    How we got here and what we need to do to move forward. An essay by Kate Harding.
  • Roxanna Bikadoroff, Journal of Wild Culture, ©2017
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    Roxanna Bikadoroff, Journal of Wild Culture, ©2017
    . . . only Jim, who is a dream. By Roxanna Bikadoroff.

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