Profile: Clara Chaisson

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Clara Chaisson is a Boston-based writer and Earthwire's associate editor. She previously reported for Audubon magazine, and recently graduated from Boston University with an M.S. in science journalism.

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He Speaks for the Trees—but First, He Listens to Them

Aside from the rustle of wind-tossed leaves or the creak of a limb, silence is the prevailing sound most of us hear from a tree. But biologist, writer, and poet David George Haskell has finer-tuned senses than most.
Biologist and writer David George Haskell discusses his new book, The Songs of Trees, and the importance of tuning in.
Interview with Clara Chaisson, a Boston-based writer and onEarth's associate editor. She previously reported for Audubon magazine and graduated from Boston University with an M.S. in science journalism.
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Category: Nature

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History Has Forgotten A Most Prolific Landscape Photographer

Here’s why George Alexander Grant is a name worth knowing.
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Category: Nature

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Handle With Care

This artist’s handmade porcelain reefs are almost as fragile as the real thing.

Category: Arts

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Take a Bite Out of Food Waste, One Click at a Time

Online matchmaking isn't just for lovers—it's bringing would-be wasted food and hungry people together.

Category: Food

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