Profiles of Humans in Nature: Montana Natural History Center

Humans in Nature strives to combine applied research within outreach efforts to connect individuals of all ages to the natural environment. We wanted to hear from other organizations and communities on how they connect with others and develop a relationship surrounding nature. We interviewed Anka Rashed at the Montana Natural History Center (MNHC) in Missoula, MT, to hear more about what she does for MNHC and how they connect people with nature.

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Inequalities in Nature: Communities

Natural areas provide communities with a space for recreation and a resource for improved physical and mental health. However, many families do not have access to nature due to the community and resources available to them. In this article, we will discuss several inequalities in nature and what families and policymakers can do to combat this problem.

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Limited Series in Nature: Night on Earth

Have you noticed that it is getting darker earlier? Has it affected what you see in nature? Have you ever wondered how nature may change in the dark?

“When the light fades, a new world awakens”

Night on Earth is a limited series on Netflix that reveals the hidden lives of nature’s creatures during the night. Each episode features different forms of nature, species, and lifestyles! This series allows us to see things that we normally could not due to light exposure, location, and danger.

Below is a trailer for the series, and you can click here to view it on Netflix!