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Soldiering On

An arboreal army marches across England.
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Photo by Jennifer Sherwood

Audubon Magazine

A Rose is Not a Rose

Long the symbol of love, irresistible desire, and ephemeral beauty, the prickliest of flowers has never been so popular, so lucrative–or so toxic for the environment. But enterprising growers and marketers are working to turn the red rose green.
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New Kind of Environmental Literacy

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Detective Work: Reading the Landscape

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Art and Tsunami Relief

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Urban Farms Sprout Across the Nation

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Top 10 Sustainable Food Books

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Food Glorious Food: Audubon

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Photo by Sasha Honig

A volunteer from Kern Audubon Society (Bakersfield, CA) propagates cuttings for restoration projects at Panorama Vista Preserve.

Photo by Charles Johannsen

Yellow Lady's Slipper Orchid

Bobwhite Quail: Shoot 'Em Or Lose 'Em?

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Eat Your Christmas Tree

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The Story Behind Thanksgiving

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Leaf-cutter Ants: Constant Gardeners

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Odd and Amusing Environmental News Roundup

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Cemeteries Can Serve as Research Laboratories

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Audubon ecologist Chad Pope conducts controlled burning to enhance a grassland at Strawberry Plains Audubon Center.