On Christmas Eve, one hundred years ago, John Muir’s spirit left his body and set off into the pathless wild. Help us celebrate Muir and his legacy through the resurgence of a parks and wilderness movement focused on protecting the wild. Check out this essay by Tom Butler and Eileen Crist:
John Muir’s Last Stand
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Celebrating Dr. Mario Molina
Get to know Hanna Harper, Geospatial Analyst & Environmental Scientist
Common Mistakes in Dam Removal
A Wasted Chance (a poem by Hayden Schaefer Burke, Age 13)
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