Inspirations: The Bootstrap Paradox (Innovation)

As part of an ongoing effort to encourage further exploration of the topics raised in In Layman’s Terms, we will be updating posts with the inspirations for the pieces found within the issues. Check back frequently for more inspirations! You can read "On the Road" and "Cyclicity" by Emily Fernandez in Volume 2: Innovation. "Pull yourself up … Continue reading Inspirations: The Bootstrap Paradox (Innovation)

Volume 2: Innovation Now Available

Volume 2: Innovation

Volume 2: Innovation is now available! You can read it by clicking the "read" button at the top, or simply by clicking here. Check back periodically for further exploration of the topics brought up in the issue. We will be exploring some of the inspiration behind the pieces and how they relate to the world.

Inspirations: Our Hardest Workers (Biodiversity)

As part of an ongoing effort to encourage further exploration of the topics raised in In Layman's Terms, we will be updating posts with the inspirations for the pieces found within the issues. Check back frequently for more inspirations! You can read "The Price of Cars and Pollinators" by Yvette Schnoeker-Shorb and "Saffron" by Ed Meek … Continue reading Inspirations: Our Hardest Workers (Biodiversity)

Inspirations: Contamination (Biodiversity)

As part of an ongoing effort to encourage further exploration of the topics raised in In Layman's Terms, we will be updating posts with the inspirations for the pieces found within the issues. Check back frequently for more inspirations! You can read "Oysters Restored" by Jan Ball, "To a Fish" by Nathlaie Kuroiwa-Lewis, and "What Gets … Continue reading Inspirations: Contamination (Biodiversity)

Inspirations: Invasive Species (Biodiversity)

As part of an ongoing effort to encourage further exploration of the topics raised in In Layman's Terms, we will be updating posts with the inspirations for the pieces found within the issues. Check back frequently for more inspirations! You can read "Earthworms" by James Dott, "Paperclip: A Story of Invasive Plants" by JM Miller, and … Continue reading Inspirations: Invasive Species (Biodiversity)

Volume 1: Biodiversity Now Available

We're excited to announce the release of In Layman's Term's very first issue. You can read it by clicking the "read" button at the top, or simply by clicking here. Check back periodically for further exploration of the topics brought up in the first issue. We will be exploring some of the inspiration behind the … Continue reading Volume 1: Biodiversity Now Available

Why Should We Care About Invasive Species?

What's the problem? Invasive species threaten endemic biodiversity in the Pacific Northwest (and around the globe). Many people are unaware of how many species in their own back yard may be invasive and are unknowingly contributing to the problem. What IS "endemic biodiversity" and why should we care about protecting it? Properly functioning systems and interactions between … Continue reading Why Should We Care About Invasive Species?