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Winning battles in the war on poaching
In the war against wild animal poaching, a photographer clicked on a successful solution. Interview with Margot Raggett.
The Litter Chain is Long
The tug between self interest and the commonweal. Fred Fiske's mother's test tells us about ourselves.
How About a Place for Me?
In the Asian regions a sophisticated sharing of knowledge is helping preserve big cats. By Stephanie V. Sears.
Underground fires in US education
The Parkland uprisings . . . and debugging the code in the education, democracy and mass violence debate. By Henry Giroux.
Inside the Feltmaker's Studio
These furry shaggy things tap into people’s inner daemons. Maybe that's why Kanye West is such a big fan.
Cleaning the Dirty Brain?
How we sleep affects the efficiency of the brain’s self-cleaning process. By Moheb Costandi.
Finger on the switch
Almost unnoticed, Trump is reversing 25 years of nuclear weapons reductions and taking us back to Strangelove. By Barry Stevens.
More Ways to Combat fake news media!
The NRA takes the vigil into its own hands. By Fred Fiske.
Exploring the Deliciousness of Insects
An adventurous vegetarian ponders the future of food. By Crystal Bennes.
Gifts of lurking pain
This writer's powerful yet gentle voice attunes to the inner conversations of others. Poems by Allen Braden.
Burmese Kitchen: Chickpea soup with lemongrass and ginger
Chickpeas area often eaten for breakfast in Burma. They’re also used to make soothing soups.
Dressed to kill, Scots Take to the Streets!
Suit Up, Ride Hard, Drink Merrily . . . it's a wooly social on wheels. By Sophie Kromholz.
While speaking of passing from this place
Two artists who are partners in work and life tell the story of one partner's final approach to passing. By NOK&T.
Official journal of the Society for the Preservation of Wild Culture