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December 31, 2019

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Wild Borders

Interaction with self, with other human beings, and with Nature, all should lead to harmony and peace. That is the purpose of life.

– Anand Damani –

Wild Borders

When human cultures rub up against each other, we talk of melting pots and borderlands. When geographic cultures meet up and create a free-flowing arrangement of habitats and life forms, the term used is Biogeographic transition zone. Russ Mcspadden shares the surprises such a vortex presents in this piece from Orion. { read more }

Be The Change

Learn about the animal and plant life that calls your region home and consider how you can better co-exist in your local web of life. { more }

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