Dispatches From the Field: The Dumbest Thing

“That’s about the dumbest thing I’ve ever heard,” Coker Creek native and all-around burley boy, Jacob reminds me of his frustration of us not bringing the chainsaw into Joyce Kilmer-Slickrock Wilderness. I heard him say “That’s about the dumbest thing I’ve ever heard” about nine times before we put the truck in Park at the […]

Seasonal Service and Lasting Lessons

By Elizabeth Collins There I found myself – at the end of yet another seasonal job. I was getting good at this – not making any commitments lasting longer than one year (career-wise, anyway). Three work places down – one for each year since graduating college. But this time, I was on the hunt for […]

Great Fungi

By Abi Roberts   Where would the great fungi civilization be, If with eyes, they saw as we? Comparing each and every stalk, As if the differences were surely flaws. Would they know why each species is so great, Unique so that it can thrive, In caves down deep and mountains high?   How far […]