Announcing Our 2024 Polar Bear Scholarship Grant

Are you an environmental educator, or do you know a teacher who covers the natural world in the classroom? Then…

Flip Through More than 5,000 Pages of This Sprawling 19th-Century Atlas of Natural History

Courtesy of the Biodiversity Heritage Library In the early 19th century, German naturalist Lorenz Oken quickly established himself as a…

4 Ways You Can Help Save Sea Turtles

What is it about sea turtles that makes them so endearing? It is their size? Their age? Their gracefulness in…

Kaleidoscopic Paintings by Edie Fake Invoke the Spiritual Wisdom of Plants

“Bustle” (2024), acrylic and gouache on wood panel, 48 x 48 inches. All images courtesy of Western Exhibitions, shared with…

Climate Change Is Making Greenland Greener, But Is It a Good Thing?

History and geography teachers often point out the silliness of Greenland’s name. The Arctic country is covered with a barren…

Discover the Secrets of England’s Severn

When you think of Britain, it’s easy to conjure up images of rolling fields dotted with sheep and wildflowers, charming…

Earth Day Adventures: Six Family-Friendly Activities to Connect with Nature

Earth Day, coming up on April 22nd, is a global event dedicated to connecting us… The post Earth Day Adventures:…

How To Make A DIY Clay Pot Heater With Reclaimed Wood Base

Staying warm on a budget or just adding a rustic touch to your home is… The post How To Make…

Lion Longevity: Ants, Politics and Social Contexts

“You cannot love game and hate predators … the land is one organism,” said American writer, conservationist and environmentalist Aldo…

Get Ready To Celebrate Earth Day 2024!

Earth Day, celebrated annually on April 22, is a reminder of our responsibility as part… The post Get Ready To…