Through Quiet Parks International, Gordon Hempton hopes to save the earth’s few truly natural soundscapes
Ecologist Chris Morgan sensed that nature had healing powers. But it wasn’t until he tried forest bathing that he understood them.
The days of veggie burgers that taste like cardboard are over
More and more evidence suggests that nature does something essential for our mental health
For decades, herpetologist William Brown has studied a thriving population of timber rattlers in upstate New York. And somehow he's convinced locals that having venomous neighbors underfoot can be a glorious thing.
Marc Peruzzi’s recent column about trail work clearly touched a nerve in the running community. Part of his argument is fair criticism, but he got some important things wrong.
Celebrate the national trails holiday this Saturday by volunteering at one of these events
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Getting outside on your period can be daunting, but it doesn't have to be
We wanted to know: in the face of climate change and innovation, how will food fare? Top food experts weigh in.
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