Who were America's first ranger in the National Parks System? The Buffalo Soldiers. Black troops of the 9th and 10th Cavalry of the U.S. Army. This is the story of their work in the NPS.
'Coffee makes me poop' is a widely known meme on the web, but how much truth is there. Coffee and poop: myth or fact? Only one way to find out.
Recently, on a mountain biking Facebook group I’m part of, someone mentioned getting hurt because they didn’t listen to their body on a particular day; they went out and rode […]
“In 1957, Dr. Louis Leakey applied for a grant to embark on a six-month study of chimpanzees in the wild He believed that the study might lead to new insights […]
As Wildlife begin to explore urban communities, and our skies clear of toxic smog, I can't help but wonder: what will the world look like after Covid-19?
To change the world requires us to radically alter the way we think about our relationship with it. See what that means in this week's piece.
And yet, Alexa has beat overwhelming odds to become who she is today. She didn’t grow up in a home that encouraged a sustainable lifestyle/behavior, or even one that displayed an awareness of such. She grew up in a household where mom struggled, and struggles, with addiction and mental health issues—nearly 20% of Americans live with a mental illness, and nearly 50% of all Americans will experience a mental health related issue in their lifetime (#endstigma)—and a father who was supportive of pretty much anything, even quitting
Australia is burning. How bad is it? What can we do?
What is love? Among other questions, Alma Katsu's horror novel 'The Hunger' deconstructs the concept. In world where everyone possesses the ability to choose to be monstrous, how do we choose right? More importantly, once we become monsters, is there redemption? One way to find out.
“You’re gettin’ too old to be doin’ this shit!” That’s my wife, giving me the ol’, “I told you so” speech. Two broken arms, bone contusions in both wrists, and […]