The Business of Minknery
The Unlikely Life of Joseph Carter
the Mink Man
The first person in known history to tame and train mink, Joseph Carter is almost twenty years into working with these wild animals and has still never stopped pushing boundaries. This is the story of how one man turned his passion for animals into an unlikely livelihood. The average person is daunted by the unknown, but Joseph isn’t average—he is a pioneer. Step into the world of Joseph Carter, the Mink Man.
Your Guide to 7 Ultimate Herbs for the Times
Learn about a seven special plant allies that can help you thrive and move through these uncertain times with vitality, focus and strength. Plus some fun and delicious recipes for you to try at home.
Speaking of Diversity
Language, Gender and the Syntax of Sex
Indigenous cultures around the world have a dazzling array of words to accommodate gender-fluid people. Yet in English terms like “non-conforming” and “non-binary” suggest that these individuals defy convention rather than exist as a given. Explore the intricate ways our words tie into our experience of gender, sexuality and identity.
Language & Environment
The Vital Link Between Tongue and Terrain
Rivers with legal rights. A language with 1,500 words to describe reindeer. The correlation between biodiversity and linguistic diversity. What do all these things have in common? Explore the 'syntax of sentince' in this fascinating piece on the vital link between our words and how we relate to and treat the natural world.