Stories, Lesson Plans & More
This series features tintype photographs of the remaining speakers of endangered Indigenous languages in North America.
A forested river gorge in the hidden land of Pemakö, which exists deep within the heart of the Tibetan Buddhist belief system, is now threatened by the grind of industry.
As Robin Wall Kimmerer harvests serviceberries alongside the birds, she considers the ethic of reciprocity that lies at the heart of the gift economy.
Three individuals united by their deep connection with nature are driven to confront some of the most pressing ecological challenges of our time.
Watch this short video which explores how we shifted as an education organization during the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020.
These photos by Sheila Pree Bright share intimate moments of mourning and inspiration within the Black Lives Matter movement.
A Native chef works with Indigenous foodways to promote processes of healing and recovery from historical trauma.
The loss of our connection to darkness and to the night sky is emblematic of our deeper separation from the natural world.
Colleen Cooley, a Navajo river guide, reflects on the importance of acknowledging Indigenous land in outdoor recreation.
Homesteader Jessica Green shares the deeply rooted tradition of weaving and artisanship in Appalachia.
Orthodox Churches for centuries have safeguarded pockets of primary forest and are now working to preserve Ethiopia’s shrinking biodiversity.
Ariel Burger explores ways to embrace curiosity and celebrate questions in challenging times.