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The Spring 2012 issue of The Ecotone has arrived!

Welcome to the 2012 issue of The Ecotone: The Journal of Environmental Studies at the University of Oregon! This year, The Ecotone addresses the role of time in the environmental movement in “Time Provoked: Interrogating the Past, Imagining the Future.”

The Ecotone is available as a PDF here.

Should you want a printed copy, come visit the Environmental Studies office, or contact Ecotone staff at ecotoneuofo@gmail.com and request your name and address be added to our mailing list.

“Along with the editorial team, I am happy to introduce a new feature this year: online media supplements to the print issue. Below, you’ll find three documentary essays, an author reading his prose, and artwork. As we continue developing The Ecotone, we’re eager to explore environmental media. In future issues, we may include poetry readings, music, and more. I welcome your comments, critiques, suggestions, and – I hope – your submissions for the 2013 issue!”
-Bridget Sharry, 2011-2012 Editor in Chief

Please peruse the online media for this issue:

Andrew Dutterer reads his prose, “Dale’s Rock: Telling (The Story of) Time”

Chris Roddy shares his three documentary film essays, “Harvest of Pride”

Harvest of Pride: Building the Community from Huerto de la Familia on Vimeo.

Harvest of Pride: The Farm from Huerto de la Familia on Vimeo.

Harvest of Pride: The Family Garden from Huerto de la Familia on Vimeo.

Carrie Frickman, “Cantharellus spp., or chanterelle mushroom”