In a field of cloudberry flowers, I pause. Only to cherish this long Norwegian summer evening. Feel the sun. Just be.
Happy Summertime! It's finally here! The joyous season of backyard barbecues, swimming pools and gorgeous ocean sunsets is upon us. Grab an Arnold P...
Be it by email, phone, social media, or in person, the number one question we at Wildlife SOS get asked is, "How is Raju doing?" For those of you unfamiliar with Raju, he is an elephant we rescued one year ago who had spent 50 years in chains.
Whether you're in a hammock, at your desk or flying through the clouds, this little velvety journal from the folks at Live Happy magazine reminds you to stay positive, be grateful, and jot down all those summer adventures.
The EPA has a long history of failing to fully assess the risks of pesticides like Roundup. But the need is greater now than ever before.
The time is 4:24 am. I sit upright in bed, awakened by an inspirational choir that has just burst into sound. Vacationing in the woods of northern Vermont, I've taken a summer sojourn back to the temperate forests of my childhood.
What is it about bison that could have a dozen different people from wildly different backgrounds grinning like Cheshire cats? And why do we have an obligation to protect them?
Mindful attention: Me overlooking the village of Sykkylven/ Norway. Photo by Stig Brekke. When the mind wanders, gently bring it back where life ...
Forget dreary winter landscapes -- these vibrant places around the world are guaranteed to brighten your day.
This post is Part 2 of a 2 Part Series on Design Thinking Students Designing Their Own School. As a clinical psychologist and forensic expert in spec...
Today, the Earth got a little hotter, and a little more crowded. ...
With summer in full-effect, why not head to the mountains for fresh air, a dip in the lake and some amazing outdoor adventures? Although you may be using the vacation for some much needed R&R, we've got a few must-see adventures that you should add to your list.
There's an heirloom of sorts sitting in my garage. It's not a necklace or a quilt, but something less traditional: a 15-foot Coleman canoe.
Something big and white and cloudy was lurking in the steep canyon below our house. I stood up from my computer and peered out the window for a better look. It was flowering tree, growing wild.
Nestled between two extremes, Serra Cafema is an anomaly in Namibia. It's both a passport to an arid, otherworldly region and a serene waterside retreat.