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Open Up the Garden Gates: How the History of Urban Agriculture Can Help Us Bridge the Rural/Urban Divide

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We delve into stories that inspire us—from the details behind our candles, to the facets of scents, and the people that inspire us.

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Au Naturel: How Humans Separated Themselves From Nature — and Why It’s Time to Reconsider Read

This March, in the rustic spirit of Wood Cabin, we’re looking at how the cognitive divide between human society and the natural world came to be.

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We Are Family: The Promise and Peril of Taxonomy Read

This month we look the man who gives the magnolia tree its name, Pierre Magnol, and the rewards — and risks — of scientific classification.

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The Ignite Series 2020: New Year, New Ignite, New Subscriber Art Read

We delve into the Ignite Series 2020 inspiration; a look at the ways we are connected to the world around us through our work at Keap.

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Part to Whole: The Holistic Philosophies That Encourage Us to See the Universe in a Unifying Light Read

This month we meditate on holism, a broad philosophy that views the cosmos as a system of interconnected and interacting parts.

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Festive Figures: The Spiritual Significance of Evergreens from Christmas to the National Park System Read

We examine how evergreen trees have shaped the Yuletide season — and the formation of the U.S. National Park System.

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White Gold: The Complicated Past — and Present — of Sugar Read

We take a closer look at the sweet — and sometimes sour — world of sugar.

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The Outside Comes In: How Biophilic Buildings Bring Mother Nature to the Big City Read

Rustic Wood Cabin gets us thinking about eco-friendly architecture that brings people back to nature.

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Heat Engine Earth: Geothermal Energy Is Clean, Plentiful, and Good for Cooking — So Why Aren’t We Using It? Read

A look at the power of geothermal energy beyond a relaxing bath — although it’s pretty good at that, too.

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