Gardening while in graduate school and on the academic job market means preparing to uproot, leaving a renter’s garden and broken promises behind.
A Diné (Navajo) artist finds inspiration in the Dinétah landscape of New Mexico where she grew up. Her artwork brings the language of Diné weaving to the fine art world.
Camping in a highland hut called a bothy, once home to Scottish hill farmers, a photographer finds kinship amidst wild space.
The forgotten soundscapes of the Old Mississippi River.
A meditation on an orchestral work that evokes our era of environmental change.
A poetic reflection on place, landscape, and our physical and mental journeys through them.