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The American Alligator is perhaps the best-known denizen of the Everglades.

Other Waters, or: What I Did on my Winter Vacation

I was fortunate enough to go to Florida over the semester break and, being me, poked around to see what sort of water stories I might stumble on.

Still from Dear River, Mussel Musings by Works Progress and featuring Mike Davis.

#TBT: Works Progress on Vimeo

As many of us get into the holiday spirit and plans get settled, the question of holiday movies always comes up: What shall we watch?

Delta of the Yellow River. Landsat imagery courtesy of NASA Goddard Space Flight Center and U.S. Geological Survey.

The River Life Web Site

By now, most readers of this blog know what a web site is, right?  Some of you have maybe even built one, or had a close involvement in the building/editing of one.  If you have this experience, you know that putting a good site together is a complex, virtually three dimensional construction

Honoring and Remembering monument at B'Dote.

Who We Work With: the Healing Place Collaborative

You don’t have to look very far these days to see things that are in need of healing.  Regardless of your political stance, conditions are undoubtedly fraught, on many levels. The times find us, more than ever, in need of what the Healing Place Collaborative 

Locations of contributors to The Nature of Cities.

What We’re Reading Now: The Nature of Cities

Our work is about stories and water, most particularly the unheard stories that relate the experience of most of a region's or a community's populace.  So we have to know something about water, something about equity/inclusion, something about place, something about “community.”  One of the

Earth from Space

#TBT River Life’s time with the Institute on the Environment

Today the University of Minnesota’s Institute on the Environment (IonE) http://environment.umn.edu/ celebrates its ten years of research, teaching, and collaboration to find solutions to great