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Metamorphosis author profile: Kristen Przyborski

We are continuing our series profiling the authors and artists featured in our latest volume, Metamorphosis. Learn more about the Metamorphosis volume here. Click this link to order this and previous volumes. by Cherice Bock Editor, Whole Terrain Before reading Kristen Przyborski’s piece in Metamorphosis, “Angels and Butterflies in a Sea of Change,” …

Metamorphosis author profile: Lyssa Tall Anolik

We are continuing our series profiling the authors and artists featured in our latest volume, Metamorphosis. Learn more about the Metamorphosis volume here. Click this link to order this and previous volumes. by Cherice Bock Editor, Whole Terrain Metamorphosis author Lyssa Tall Anolik’s background spans interests and training from environmental education and interpretation …

Early Spring: Whole Terrain interviews Amy Seidl

by Cherice Bock Editor, Whole Terrain Although it may be difficult for those of you in New England to believe, spring has definitely sprung in the Pacific Northwest. Oregon had its warmest January on record, and much below average precipitation, according to NOAA’s National Climate Data Center. February also held …

Above the Tree Line

by Lana Bluege Marketing & Social Media Editor, Whole Terrain I began hiking mountains when I was about 12 years old. My family and I would go camping in New Hampshire and tackle the Presidential cliffs or smaller (yet still challenging) sister mountains. My father is an Eagle Scout and taught …

Two-Time Contributor Has New Book On The Way

by Caroline Ailanthus Janisse Ray’s new book, The Seed Underground, is due out on August 1.  Janisse is a two-time contributor to Whole Terrain, having given us “Towards a Real Earth Day” in Volume 14, 2005/2006, Celebration and Ceremony, and “Revolution: Beauty and the Coming Apart of Beauty, Becoming Beauty …

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