Ecovillages Around the World: 20 Regenerative Designs for Sustainable Communities edited by Frederica Miller
As a conservation biologist I see ecovillages as an example for all of us. We need to reduce our impactRead more.
Book Review: Penguins in the Desert by Eric Wagner
As a former volunteer for Dee Boersma at the Punta Tombo Magellanic colony in Argentina, I was especially eager toRead more.
Eager: The fall and rise of the North American beaver
Pity the keystone species. Those animals upon which the health of so many ecosystems depend — wolves and jaguars, sharks and seaRead more.
American Wolf: A True Story of Survival and Obsession in the West
In 2006, a wolf was born in Yellowstone National Park. Named O-Six, she would grow into a fierce fighter, dotingRead more.
Return of the Sea Otter: The story of a resilient species and its many human friends
The sea otter should have been extinct by now. We, as in human civilization, did our very best to eliminateRead more.
BirdNote: Chirp-sized bird stories from the popular radio show
Here in Ashland, Oregon, I listen to our local radio station KSKQ. And for the past several years I’ve enjoyedRead more.
Book Review: Junk Raft by Marcus Eriksen
Junk Raft: An Ocean Voyage and a Rising Tide of Activism to Fight Plastic Pollution tells the terrifying and importantRead more.
Book Review: Back from the Brink by Nancy F. Castaldo
Back from the Brink, by Nancy F. Castaldo, is a collection of stories for older kids (10 – 12 yearsRead more.
The Overstory: An arboreal love story (and lament)
When we started EcoLit Books five years ago, this was the type of book I had in mind. A novelRead more.
Book Review: Lion Hearted: The Life and Death of Cecil & the Future of Africa’s Big Cats by Andrew Loveridge
In Lion Hearted: The Life and Death of Cecil & the Future of Africa’s Big Cats, lion researcher Andrew LoveridgeRead more.
Book Review: The Animals’ Agenda by Marc Bekoff & Jessica Pierce
The Animals’ Agenda: Freedom, Compassion, and Coexistence in the Human Age by Marc Bekoff and Jessica Pierce is an important andRead more.
An interview with NO WORD FOR WILDERNESS author Roger Thompson
If you were asked where the rarest bears on earth lived, would your first guess be an hour’s drive outsideRead more.
Happy Earth Day
It’s been nearly 40 years since the first Earth Day, and unfortunately we’ve recently taken a lot more steps backwardRead more.
Announcing the 2017 Siskiyou Prize winner & finalists
Many congratulations to the winner of the 2017 Siskiyou Prize for New Environmental Literature: Diana Hartel, for her essay collection Watershed Redemption: JourneyRead more.
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