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Rewilding Little Peak
Decor Maine
A glimpse into Berman Horn Studio’s efforts to restore their award-winning Vinalhaven retreat to its truer Maine nature

The Case for Teaching Kids How to Talk about Their Bodies
The Atlantic
Sex-abuse prevention educators want children to understand that “private parts” are off limits to others. But they also want kids to be comfortable using what linguists call “standard” dialect for these parts, rather than euphemisms and colloquialisms.
The Atlantic

Five Questions for Dr. Theo Colborn
Meet the scientist who has gone toe to toe with the world’s most powerful industries—chemical, petroleum, plastics, household products manufacturers—whose synthetic chemical cocktails wreak havoc on the human endocrine system.

The Great Survivor: Ernest Shackleton
“Men Wanted for Hazardous Journey. Small Wages, bitter cold, long months of complete darkness, constant danger, safe return doubtful. Honour and recognition in case of success.”

Has the Golden Ghost Returned?
The Outside Story
Felis concolor once roamed North America from coast to coast. Are they back?

Euro Surf n Turf: Mountain Biking Spain
In the Sierra Nevada National Park, you can mountain bike (or hike or climb) the same 11,000-plus-foot Andalusian peaks that World Cub mountain-bike champions descend.


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Is That So?
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There’s a Word for That
The New York Times

Cold Comfort
The Boston Globe

This Counts as a School Day
Appalachia Journal

Still Listening

​​Where the Wild Things Ought to Be
The Wellborn Ecology Fund

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