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Title Author Type Date Words
Constancy Amid Chaos: Nature in the time of COVID-19. Brill, David Sep 22, 2020 1779
I've Got an Itch to Scratch. Moore, Rachel Jun 1, 2020 720
Swimmer. Muse, Elan Grug Poem Mar 22, 2020 179
Go play outside: The world needs the spiritual benefits kids get from spending time in nature. Murphy-Gill, Meghan Nov 1, 2019 937
NEWS BRIEFS. May 31, 2019 727
Nature's Wonder. Alworth, Tom Aug 1, 2018 528
With purpose. Bleem, Jerry Brief article Jun 1, 2018 221
Getting Dirty: Little Nature in Informal Learning Spaces. Hecht, Marijke; Colvin, Sharon Apr 1, 2018 2857
EMIEIDEI IN THE NATURAL WORLD. Wharton, Kelsey Mar 1, 2018 1353
Sketches of Woodstock. Taggart, Andrew Essay Mar 1, 2018 1200
Saint Francis and the Hunter. Sager, Gene Jan 1, 2018 867
Leaving this place better than I found it. Paul, Amanda Brief article Nov 1, 2017 257
Our walk in the world: original steps. Nepo, Mark Sep 1, 2017 827
Joan and Mike Diggs. Interview Jun 22, 2017 442
Nature Mysticism and Social Action 200 Years After Thoreau. Sager, Gene Jan 1, 2017 1024
Places, people and events: a reading on the 20th anniversary of the opening of the FNCV premises in Blackburn, 8 July 2016. Reid, Alan Aug 1, 2016 1496
Nature: my best friend. Judson, Norah Jul 1, 2015 444
Make time for mother (nature). Brown, Skylar Jul 1, 2015 594
Merry Groundhog Day. Sanchez, Anita Feb 1, 2015 637
The beauty of understanding nature. Seitter, Keith L. Column Feb 1, 2015 541
Lament for the American Space Program on Halloween Night. Chou, Yi-Fen Poem Sep 22, 2014 263
The Beginnings. Bazzett, Michael Poem Sep 22, 2014 125
Sixty-Two Years. Rees, Elizabeth (American poet) Poem Sep 22, 2014 243
Creation follows humanae vitae. Beresford, David Editorial Sep 1, 2014 874
Tangled. Skloot, Floyd Poem Jun 22, 2014 159
Dreaming of Golden Flowers. Ramspeck, Doug Poem Jun 22, 2014 169
Cable Car / Clouds. McClintock, Autumn Poem Jun 22, 2014 166
Growing up free: inspired by nature: for children to feel deeply connected with nature, they need to spend time roaming free. Welch, Bryan Apr 1, 2014 1181
Sharing our world. Steen, Scott Mar 22, 2014 805
Maine Islands. Shankar, Ravi Poem Mar 22, 2014 399
Strawberry Thief. Dubrow, Jehanne Poem Mar 22, 2014 141
"Wine the Liquid Cure for Tax Time". Gylys, Beth Poem Mar 22, 2014 143
Layers. Bray, Tara Poem Mar 22, 2014 178
Bucolic (After Heavy Rain). Foerster, Richard (American writer) Poem Mar 22, 2014 116
Dispatch From the Dirty South. Pelegrin, Alison Poem Mar 22, 2014 315
On the Beginner's Side of the Bogue Falaya. Pelegrin, Alison Poem Mar 22, 2014 183
Mission outdoors: Sierra Club program provides healing and camaraderie for war veterans. Nozik, Karen Jun 22, 2013 1398
They Drink Spring's Return. Schumacher, Matt Poem Mar 22, 2013 223
My kind of heaven. Nixon, John K. Essay Jun 22, 2012 925
Three great places to embrace nature. Bemis, Mary May 1, 2012 744
Natural reflections: what does the word "natural" really stand for? Sager, Gene Jul 1, 2011 1833
For the beauty of the earth: the glory of God can be found in the leaves on the ground and clouds in the sky. O'Connell-Cahill, Catherine May 1, 2011 698
Welcome friend. Crosby, Lori L. Essay Sep 1, 2010 931
Re-capitalizing nature. Priesnitz, Wendy Brief article Sep 1, 2010 177
Bonding with wilderness, naturally: organization says it's time to take our children into the wilderness. Gray, Jennifer Ellis Mar 1, 2010 830
A walk in the woods. Hausman, Jerome J. Essay Dec 1, 2009 732
Where have all the flowers gone? Pyle, Robert Michael Excerpt Sep 22, 2009 146
Wild Strawberry/La Fresa. Mistral, Gabriela Poem Jun 22, 2009 139
Inspired by nature. Knight, Deborah J. Essay Jun 1, 2009 1517
Beyond nature-deficit disorder. Sager, Gene Essay May 1, 2009 1700
Bye-bye big ball. Cameron, Andrea Essay May 1, 2009 716
Flower power: Sabrina DeHoff designs prints with green thumbs. Hansen, Erin Brief article May 1, 2009 180
Then. Moss, Stanley (American writer) Poem Mar 1, 2009 111
Listening to Water. Moss, Stanley (American writer) Poem Mar 1, 2009 174
Nidderdale: on the edge of the Yorkshire Dales is an AONB whose reservoirs and ruins reveal its uses for both practical and pleasurable purposes. Edward, Olivia Mar 1, 2009 1492
Bringing nature into your home. Wosnack, Eileen Mar 1, 2009 973
In praise of mundane nature: the unsung nature in alleyways and backyards plays an important--and undervalued--role in urban lives. Newman, Lenore; Dale, Ann Mar 1, 2009 1358
Skiing into nature. Knight, Frank Feb 1, 2009 587
Under the influence: in tough times, finding hope is as simple as stepping into our mind-blowing Western scenery. Meet six notables whose lives were changed by the landscape. Fish, Peter; Gee, Alison; Sterman, Nan Jan 1, 2009 806
Transformative Travel /Teaching Children - Into the Engine Room of Evolution. Kiesling, Stephen Essay Nov 1, 2008 791
Where the wild things are. Sanantonio, Chris Nov 1, 2008 996
Nature's irony. Nelson, David Oct 1, 2008 717
The Findhorn garden story: co-creation with nature in the 21st century: a personal and planetary perspective. Featherstone, Alan Watson Essay Sep 1, 2008 2642
North Pennines: Olivia Edward heads to the UK's second-largest AONB to discover how traditional cattle farming is helping to conserve Britain's hay meadows and why the area's peat moorlands are a vital weapon in the fight against global climate change. Edward, Olivia Aug 1, 2008 1935
Seeing through rose colored glasses: learning to draw by observing Nature's beauty. Wang, Junyee Jul 1, 2008 2055
High weald: Natalie Hoare heads to the UK's fourth largest AONB, which is often described as a quintessential English landscape, harbouring pristine meadows, historic heathland and the highest proportion of ancient woodland to be found anywhere in the British Isles. Hoare, Natalie May 1, 2008 1976
That moment: our recent 'that moment' competition, sponsored by Gore-Tex, invited readers to tell us about their special travel moments. As the winning entries show, seeing the world certainly has the ability to change our world view. May 1, 2008 3197
EXPANDING UNIVERSE: A New Look at the Sun. Essay May 1, 2008 494
Making ephemeral art. Thompson, Diana Lynn Apr 1, 2008 512
Clwydian range: area of outstanding natural beauty: Natalie Hoare visits the Clwydian Range in northeastern Wales, the principality's most recently designated area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, and discovers that the region has strong links to nearby Liverpool. Hoare, Natalie Feb 1, 2008 2084
Dust in the wind. Reed, Fred Nov 5, 2007 804
Beautiful, functional and frugal. Franklin, Ursula Speech Jul 1, 2007 800
Camp revival. Louv, Richard Mar 1, 2006 2493
Forests as seen by Yanagita Kunio: his contribution to a contemporary ecological idea. Hamashita, Masahiro Author Abstract Aug 1, 2005 1815
An editorial on the nature of things at camp: giving kids a natural world of good--first in a series of six articles. Parry, Jim Editorial Jan 1, 2005 1804
Nature's gifts. Katter, Eldon Editorial Oct 1, 2003 502
Fresh sight on a summer walk. (Starting Point). Pilarski, Jan Jul 18, 2003 559
Chapter 2 Geography and tourism: patterns and processes of world tourism. Jan 1, 2003 12069
Invisible Green VII. Revell, Donald Nov 1, 2002 3052
Back yard is entertaining: what more could a person want from my favorite garden? Smith, Sandra Sep 29, 2002 439
Simple things. (The Back Page). Raykovicz, Mike Brief Article Dec 1, 2001 678
Why I Hunt. Bass, Rick Jul 1, 2001 1567
Shining for each other, like the mystery of blue. BEHRENS, JAMES STEPHEN Brief Article Apr 13, 2001 896
APPRECIATING THE BEAUTY OF EARTH. SCHAEFER, JAME Mar 1, 2001 13474
Forces of Nature. Katter, Eldon Brief Article Sep 1, 2000 479
Call It Silence. WATKINS, T. H. Sep 1, 1999 1205
Are we zoning out sacred space? McCormick, Patrick Feb 1, 1998 2421
Bird-watching as a blood sport: on the redemptive pain of loving the natural world. Duncan, David James Jul 1, 1997 7382
Stirrings of spring: sudden or subtle, nature regenerates. Paladino, Lyn Apr 1, 1997 1459
A summer meadow. Knight, Frank Jun 1, 1996 1532
Looking for otters. Simpson, Sherry Jul 1, 1995 1986
The perfect day. Bass, Rick May 1, 1995 4511
Wildlife by the book. Line, Les Apr 1, 1995 2437
In praise of tiny things. Spinelli, Eileen Mar 1, 1995 151
Teach a child to wonder. Bowers, Robert R. May 1, 1994 2028
Dear world. Temple, Lannis Excerpt Apr 1, 1994 1664
Children and the environment: aesthetic learning. Cohen, Stewart Jan 1, 1994 1709
Moon walking. Bauman, M. Garrett Jan 1, 1994 893
Holding steady. Hinchman, Hannah Jan 1, 1994 558
Moment by moment. Hinchman, Hannah Sep 1, 1993 494
Married, with mountains. Wright, Ken Sep 1, 1993 985
On not thinking about nature. Simic, Charles Aug 1, 1993 893
Reclamation. Krist, John Jul 1, 1993 1716
The unseen mountain. Bama, Lynne May 1, 1993 874
Intrinsic value for nature - an incoherent basis for environmental concern. Rollin, Bernard E. Mar 22, 1993 793
A mind of winter. Halpern, Sue Mar 1, 1993 943
White music. Bama, Lynn Jan 1, 1993 590
A creek observed. Hinchman, Hannah Jan 1, 1993 735
Skin. Bauman, M. Garrett Nov 1, 1992 935
What I do not own. Merrill, Christpher Nov 1, 1992 841
Sudden knowing. Hinchman, Hannah Sep 1, 1992 489
The one hour. Hall, Donald (American writer, poet) Sep 1, 1992 763
How to turn kids green. Churchman, Deborah Sep 1, 1992 2931
Home free. Hinchman, Hannah Mar 1, 1992 565
A crying country. Lord, Nancy Mar 1, 1992 919
A language of color. Hinchman, Hannah Jan 1, 1992 827
Turnings of seasons. Daniel, John Jan 1, 1992 832
Louis Gossett, Jr.'s tales of nature. Gossett, Louis, Jr. Nov 1, 1991 651

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