Applications are due Aug. 21 for the Waterways Film Project
COVID has pushed us to spend more time in nature this spring, and IU's Patrick Kindig asks if this in turn will lead us to renew our commitment to caring for the earth
Time loosens in a pandemic, as Valparaiso University’s Jillian Snyder describes, and our rhythms begin to mirror those of “horticultural time”
Taking time to notice, describe and appreciate the precise beauties in our own backyards, as Kevin McKelvey does here, is a common theme in Indiana nature writing
Susan Neville is our second essay in a series of #INSlowMoments with a meditation on observing the arrival of spring from behind a suburban picture window, even as a pandemic unfolds.
Read essays on renewal, refuge, relaxation or reflection
Highlights include “Slow Moment” nature videos and a virtual tour of land trust areas limited to the public
Next Indiana Campfires: A Trail Companion features Indiana, Midwestern and Pulitzer Prize-winning authors, along with a trail journal for capturing notes