1. A Pedal Through the Prairie

    14 Dec 2022

    *Originally published on Patagonia’s The Cleanest Line The vast prairies east of the Rockies occupy a strange space in the American consciousness. For some, they’re defined by nostalgic cowboy tropes and the Old West; for others, endless, purely functional fields of wheat or soybeans come to mind.For most, however, they’re…

  2. Wolf • Water • People

    14 Dec 2022

    *Originally published in Modern Huntsman, Vol III I am following a web of game trails, criss-crossing through a maze of moss-covered boulders in a mature juniper woodland. Each step lands soundlessly, sinking into spongy grass and soft, wet soil. A giant Hagenia extends upwards, its pale, peeling bark glowing in…

  3. Eco-Conscious Lowcountry Road Trip

    06 Jul 2021

    View the original post of Subaru Drive’s website here South Carolina’s barrier islands are home to beautiful beaches and vital marshland, offering refuge to a remarkably diverse set of waterfowl, turtles and fish. On a family road trip, writer and photographer Joel Caldwell explores the area’s unique ecosystem and the…

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