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Nature restoration project unites community, arts, science

Kayla Wakulich.In a narrow patch of land beside Missouri Flat Creek near downtown Pullman and the Washington State University campus, a new set of creatively designed signs celebrates a decade of ecological restoration efforts and a unique town–gown partnership combining environmental science and the arts. » More …

WSM review: English alumnus’ poetry book

Deer at Twilight book cover.Hiking solo through the mountains can be a lonely endeavor. Missing human companionship, some turn to the subtle moods and personalities inherent in the woodland world itself.

Those emotional complexities come alive in this lovely little volume written while author Paul Willis (’80 MA, ’85 PhD, English) explored the North Cascades National Park during an artist-in-residence program and a subsequent residency with the North Cascades Institute. » More …