Sep 20, 2023
St. Louis journalist Don Corrigan storms the American Popular Culture Association with his books exploring way more than journalistic topics - like ROAD KILL.
Corrigan's book American Roadkill: Animal Victims of our Busy Highways is in the great animal rights tradition of Joseph Grinnell of the 1920s, who...
Aug 23, 2023
This idea seeks not to uproot every shred of living carpet - "just" the (humongous, sterile, resource-intensive) areas we don't use.
Owen Wormser is an ecological landscape designer who sees restorative potential in our acres of compulsive turf. His Nautilus Award-winning book's practical and visionary...
Aug 9, 2023
The wild world of Milkweed plants is populated by aphids who suck the plant's life, beetles who suck the aphids dry, ant lion babies who will eat each other - and sometimes the Monarch butterflies whose caterpillars gotta eat Milkweed or starve.
Native gardening specialist Besa Schweitzer guides this...
Jul 17, 2023
St. Louis is the first U.S. city using the app Mosquito Alert,
developed in Barcelona, Spain, and in use across Europe. This
Citizen Science project combines support for our Public Health pros
with rich opportunities for eco-logical messaging:
We CAN Control the Pests AND Protect our Pollinators!
Jun 21, 2023
"Aside from all that, Mrs. Lincoln, how was the Play?"
In his new book I Want a Better Catastrophe, lifelong activist Andrew Boyd navigates the Climate Crisis with grief, hope and gallows humor. Earthworms host Jean Ponzi chimes in (leaving Boyd the best lines, as a gracious host would do).
Boyd's leadership of...