Earthfire Stories

News and stories from science-based conservation research that supports the heart of Reconnection Ecology®: that every living being matters.

Wolf standing on a small rise beside some trees

Wolves and the Power of Collective Action

For those of us who love wolves and know how critical they are to the health of many ecosystems, this year’s wave of government-sanctioned wolf hunts in states across the country has been nothing short of heartbreaking. Given that reality, news from Wisconsin provides some welcome relief. A judge has

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Fish swimming in water above rocks

A Great Fish, A Native Fish

Some 20 years ago, I wrote this article while trying to save part of a wildlife corridor in danger of being lost to development. I didn’t succeed, but hope springs eternal. I believe that once we know the damage we can wreak by taking essential habitat away from wild animals,

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Gray and white owl on a dead tree

An Incredible Bird

Some 20 years ago, I wrote this article while trying to save part of a wildlife corridor in danger of being lost to development. I didn’t succeed, but hope springs eternal. I believe that once we know the damage we can wreak by taking essential habitat away from wild animals,

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Double exposure of a woman's silhouette against a sunrise

The Psychology of Climate Action: A Conversation with Renee Lertzman

Renée Lertzman, PhD, joins us from her home in Marin County, California, north of San Francisco. For 30 years, Renée has been building a practice that applies psychological insights to how sustainability, environment, and climate practitioners can be more effective at reaching people. She earned a Master’s in Environmental Rhetoric

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A woman reads a book and holds a cup with a hot drink in her hands

Books to Inspire Your Love of Nature: An Earthfire Reading List

Please note: This post contains affiliate links. If you make a purchase through our link, Earthfire receives a small commission at no extra cost to you. Thank you for supporting Earthfire and  independent bookstores! What’s the last book that changed your life? Each one of us has a few of

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Wolf standing on a small rise beside some trees

Wolves and the Power of Collective Action

For those of us who love wolves and know how critical they are to the health of many ecosystems, this year’s wave of government-sanctioned wolf hunts in states across the country has been nothing short of heartbreaking. Given that reality, news from Wisconsin provides some welcome relief. A judge has

Read More
Fish swimming in water above rocks

A Great Fish, A Native Fish

Some 20 years ago, I wrote this article while trying to save part of a wildlife corridor in danger of being lost to development. I didn’t succeed, but hope springs eternal. I believe that once we know the damage we can wreak by taking essential habitat away from wild animals,

Read More
Gray and white owl on a dead tree

An Incredible Bird

Some 20 years ago, I wrote this article while trying to save part of a wildlife corridor in danger of being lost to development. I didn’t succeed, but hope springs eternal. I believe that once we know the damage we can wreak by taking essential habitat away from wild animals,

Read More
Double exposure of a woman's silhouette against a sunrise

The Psychology of Climate Action: A Conversation with Renee Lertzman

Renée Lertzman, PhD, joins us from her home in Marin County, California, north of San Francisco. For 30 years, Renée has been building a practice that applies psychological insights to how sustainability, environment, and climate practitioners can be more effective at reaching people. She earned a Master’s in Environmental Rhetoric

Read More
A woman reads a book and holds a cup with a hot drink in her hands

Books to Inspire Your Love of Nature: An Earthfire Reading List

Please note: This post contains affiliate links. If you make a purchase through our link, Earthfire receives a small commission at no extra cost to you. Thank you for supporting Earthfire and  independent bookstores! What’s the last book that changed your life? Each one of us has a few of

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