Culture

Agriculture, Culture

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Who is Watching the Land?
Wendell Berry and the Resettling of America

The agrarian prophet discusses food, farming, and why he has hope.
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Culture

Tourist Trap

Tourist Trap

Gringo Trails, which screened at this month's Environmental Film Festival at Yale, explores how tourist destinations can be both a blessing and a curse.
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Culture

Wind, Bile and Phlegm

Wind, Bile and Phlegm

Amchi Nyima Samphel, a ninth-generation Tibetan healer, discusses traditional medicine and the challenges his practice faces in the 21st century.
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Culture

The Preacher of Twigs

The Preacher of Twigs

SAGE contributor GinaRae LaCerva talks with biologist and Pulitzer Prize Finalist David Haskell about connections between nature and culture .
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Culture, Uncategorized

Eriel Daranger, one of ELEMENTAL's three very human subjects, during the Tar Sands Healing Walk.

A Very Human Struggle: The Making of a Different Kind of Documentary

Noah Sokol sits down with one of the co-directors of the new documentary ELEMENTAL, which screened recently at the Environmental Film Festival at Yale. They get to talking about capturing the human side of activism, and the personal toll commitment to a cause can exact.
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Culture, Uncategorized

Review: Musicwood

Review: Musicwood

Naomi Heindel reviews the opening night of the Environmental Film Festival at Yale.
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