Staying With the Pause (Still)
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Meet Andy, Lizzy, and Annelise, current student contributors  working behind the scenes and also afield, gathering experiences and thoughts about the arts of creatively connecting with the natural world.

Anna K. Young reflects on creeks, kinship and connections and dear places therein along the Missouri Flat Creek.

Caitlyn Smith takes a close look at lichen inhabitants of the Palouse.

Plant Poems Project is in the news! See coverage in the Moscow-Pullman Daily News and the WSU College of Arts and Sciencesand read about the project from our perspective. And be sure to get yourself and friends down to Missouri Flat Creek for a Winter Poetry Walk! 

"Seeing the Snake River Across Time" in EcoArts’ contributor Dennis Dehart’s photographs, Rachel Clark enfolds the personal within a vision of a liberated Snake River. 

Read Aidan Barger's Haibun Postcard series.

A landscape-based choreographic work, Hannah Levy's "Staying with the Pause" offers emotional grounding as we continue to navigate the complex terrain of COVID-19. 

The Palouse is the homeland of the Nimiipuu (Nez Perce Tribe) and the Pelúuc Band of Indigenous People. We acknowledge their presence here since time immemorial and recognize their continuing connection to the land, to the water, and to their ancestors.

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