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The great animal choir

His recordings capture powerful expressions of change and what it portends in localized wild habitats. When change happens in a landscape that resident animals have evolved to understand from an…

Breaking the ice

By Beside |

The future of food is in the sea

By Catherine Métayer |

Hoover Dam

By Catherine Métayer |

Consuming less and doing more

By eliane |

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Histoire de… Sauvetage

Samuel Denault is an ornithologist. Spotting and identifying birds is second nature to him. You might find him at any moment on the side of the highway watching birds in…

The life of a lumberjack, with Patrick Riopel

By eliane |

04. The Coral Gardeners

By eliane |

Canoe Concert

By eliane |

BEYRIES

By eliane |

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BESIDE Magazine On The Go

Somewhere Outside

By eliane |

Experience

Cooking with fire

Crafting a paddle

By Geneviève Locas |

Foraging in the forest and cooking with fire

By Geneviève Locas |

Identifying wild medicinal plants

By Geneviève Locas |

Forging a knife II

By Geneviève Locas |

Dossier

Our Green Gaps

How our daily actions fall short of our goals to fight climate change.

The great animal choir

His recordings capture powerful expressions of change and what it portends in localized wild habitats. When change happens in a landscape that resident animals have evolved to understand from an…

By Jeremy Young |

Breaking the ice

We began “breaking the ice” of the North Atlantic’s frozen tides long before we ever used the expression to get an awkward conversation going at dinner parties.

By Daviel Lazure Vieira |
Dossier

100 Wild Islands


Conversations

The future of food is in the sea

At his shellfish and seaweed ocean farm, and his non-profit, Greenwave, Bren Smith is creating a simple, replicable system of water-based farming that is regenerative, rehabilitates the oceans, creates jobs,…

By Natalie Rinn |

Visual Essays

Hoover Dam

In full bloom, we see nature’s bright palette of desert hues come to life, and simultaneously, the once-slow stride of environmental change happen right before our eyes.

By Jeremy Young |

Conversations

Consuming less and doing more

Yvon Chouinard has been wearing the same flannel shirt for 20 years. The 75-year-old conservationist, outside-the-box thinker, athlete and craftsman is also an outspoken anti-consumerist and always pushing Patagonia, the…

By Emily Anderson & Yasha Wallin, founders of The Usual |

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