All posts in #EnvHist Worth Reading

Clam gardens can provide more productive habitat for clams than regular intertidal areas. Photo by Darcy Mathews via Hakai Institute, "Clam Gardens are Cultivating a New Look at Ancient Land Use."

#EnvHist Worth Reading: December 2015

Every month I carefully track the most popular and significant environmental history articles, videos, audio, and other items making their way through the online environmental history (#envhist) community. You can […]

Scraps of notes and letters, some dating back centuries, were discovered in birds' nests. Photo: Courtesy of Audubon.org and Zvenigorod Historical and Architectural Museum

#EnvHist Worth Reading: November 2015

Every month I carefully track the most popular and significant environmental history articles, videos, audio, and other items making their way through the online environmental history (#envhist) community. You can […]

Bison skulls in the US in 1870. Source: truth-out.org/public domain

#EnvHist Worth Reading: October 2015

Every month I carefully track the most popular and significant environmental history articles, videos, audio, and other items making their way through the online environmental history (#envhist) community. You can […]

Source: buzzfeed.com

#EnvHist Worth Reading: September 2015

Every month I carefully track the most popular and significant environmental history articles, videos, audio, and other items making their way through the online environmental history (#envhist) community. You can […]

"True Inwardness of Rowing" ‘Campward Ho!’ by Girl Scouts of the United States of America (1920) Source: Hyperallergic

#EnvHist Worth Reading: August 2015

Every month I carefully track the most popular and significant environmental history articles, videos, audio, and other items making their way through the online environmental history (#envhist) community. You can […]

The town of Ste. Agathe, Man., is seen from the air showing the flood breach area in this 1997 photo. Source: Globe and Mail (Handout/CP)

#EnvHist Worth Reading: July 2015

Every month I carefully track the most popular and significant environmental history articles, videos, audio, and other items making their way through the online environmental history (#envhist) community. We are […]

Theodore Roosevelt. Source: whatitmeanstobeamerican.org

#EnvHist Worth Reading: June 2015

Every month I carefully track the most popular and significant environmental history articles, videos, audio, and other items making their way through the online environmental history (#envhist) community. We are […]

Yordie Sands @ Blogging in Second Life 2014. Source: Flickr

#EnvHist Worth Reading: May 2015

This month, we take a different approach to #EnvHist Worth Reading. Usually, Jessica DeWitt profiles a few articles and other media she finds on the Web that she thinks might […]

Kennecott Mining Town, Wrangell-St. Elias National Park, Alaska. Photo Source: (© Marc Moritsch/National Geographic Creative/Corbis)

#EnvHist Worth Reading: April 2015

Every month I carefully track the most popular and significant environmental history articles, videos, audio, and other items making their way through the online environmental history (#envhist) community. Also check […]

Aerial View of Johannesburg Illustrates Divide Between Wealthy Neighborhoods with Trees and Barren Poorer Neighborhoods. Source: Flickr/ Michis

#EnvHist Worth Reading: March 2015

Every month I carefully track the most popular and significant environmental history articles, videos, audio, and other items making their way through the online environmental history (#envhist) community. Also check […]

Submerged Buildings in Vanport, 1948 Source: Oregon Historical Society ; "How Oregon's Second Largest City Vanished in a Day," Smithsonian.org

#EnvHist Worth Reading: February 2015

Every month I carefully track the most popular and significant environmental history articles, videos, audio, and other items making their way through the online environmental history (#envhist) community. Also check […]

Workers slaughter a sperm whale. Sperm whales produce about 41 barrels of oil.— Photo Credit: Victoria News and the Maritime Museum Of B.C.

#EnvHist Worth Reading: January 2015

Every month I carefully track the most popular and significant environmental history articles, videos, audio, and other items making their way through the online environmental history (#envhist) community. Also check […]