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Mother Nature’s most bizarre wonders are created by all-real natural effects

There’s a distinct pleasure to eating wild foods that you forage yourself—unless you pick the wrong thing

Want to grow your own food but don’t know where to start? Plant a few of these and you’ll have a full pantry in no time.

Runners smack the ground harder—but get injured less—in more cushioned shoes. New research explains why.

In forests across the planet, secretive hunters are searching for that rare and insanely expensive wild delicacy: the truffle.

Five scientifically proven ways to up the fun in your life

Scientists studying mice found that their competitive efforts depended on their social ranking rather than their strength or speed

To become one of those people who joyfully hikes, bikes, and skis in the nude, she’d have to train for it

An analysis of power data from pro cyclists quantifies the effects of hot and cold air temperatures on performance

The City of Angels is bringing together tech, academia, government, nonprofits, and ordinary residents to make its greenery more equitable and mitigate the effects of both climate change and systemic racism

When we open our ears to the marvels of natural soundscapes, we experience the energies of the world in a unique way—and begin to understand the mysteries behind them

You can’t run fast without using your arms—or can you?

Our best advice for growing your own food and foliage

Take your gardening indoors with houseplants. Use these tips to place them in proper sunlight, water them correctly, and feed them so they survive and thrive.

A relationship with plants built on love, care, and respect is at the heart of bringing the outdoors inside

The best way to catch aurora borealis in all its lit-up beauty: go to the darkest places on earth, at just the right time, and hope for the best

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