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Announcing Volume 22: Trust

Announcing the release of Volume 22: Trust! This beautiful and insightful print journal explores a number of angles on the theme of trust, from land trusts to trusting the passage of time. By focusing on trust in this issue, we are not encouraging a sentimental, Romantic ideal of “trusting nature” and …

Honey & Blood: a conversation with Fulbright eco-artist Craig Goodworth

by Cherice Bock Editor, Whole Terrain Craig Goodworth is an artist whose work first caught my attention when he moved to my area a few years ago. This year, he received a Fulbright Fellowship to work on a project in the Slovak Republic entitled “Cross Pollination: Slovak Nature, Culture and Art Making.” …

Whole Terrain seeks submissions exploring Net Works theme

 As environmental practitioners, we cast nets to sample nature, to gather knowledge, to provoke action. Ornithologists use mist nets to capture birds for banding, advocates and organizers use social networks to foment governmental and public action, and vast amounts of data are gathered from different disciplines to construct climate change …

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