Category Archives: Environment

Hannah Sohl and Rogue Climate: It’s A Rogue Thing: Bringing Climate Concerns Home

Red state or blue, the impacts of climate change are felt by all. Colorado Springs, where I attended college with today’s subject Hannah Sohl, provides a particularly stunning example of its true cost. The conservative city of half a million residents

Hannah Sohl and Rogue Climate: It’s A Rogue Thing: Bringing Climate Concerns Home

Red state or blue, the impacts of climate change are felt by all. Colorado Springs, where I attended college with today’s subject Hannah Sohl, provides a particularly stunning example of its true cost. The conservative city of half a million residents

IndieGoGo Roundup #2: Grizzly Bears, Breast Tattoos, and a Sprout Guerrilla

I’ve decided to switch to IndieGoGo for this and future monthly “roundups” since they seem to promote more philanthropic projects than KickStarter. What follows are the three most interesting altru-art-istic projects on the site right now. Bears, boobs, and lichens,

IndieGoGo Roundup #2: Grizzly Bears, Breast Tattoos, and a Sprout Guerrilla

I’ve decided to switch to IndieGoGo for this and future monthly “roundups” since they seem to promote more philanthropic projects than KickStarter. What follows are the three most interesting altru-art-istic projects on the site right now. Bears, boobs, and lichens,

Matt Dolkas: Finding the Palouse Prairie

If you have ever visited a national park or enjoyed a dip in a fast flowing western river, chances are you have a conservation photographer to thank for that experience. Early camera models of the 1800’s required too lengthy of

Matt Dolkas: Finding the Palouse Prairie

If you have ever visited a national park or enjoyed a dip in a fast flowing western river, chances are you have a conservation photographer to thank for that experience. Early camera models of the 1800’s required too lengthy of