Archive for ‘Landscapes’

Atlantic Coast Pipeline CANCELLED: A monumental win for conservation and environmental justice

Text by Syler Peralta-Ramos, Photos by Karen Kasmauski About the Proposed Pipeline: Pipelines have been at the forefront of American consciousness since the Dakota Access Pipeline and the Keystone XL Pipeline sparked nearly a decade of legal controversy and protests. For residents of West Virginia, Virginia, and North Carolina however, the looming threat of a […]

Conservation Win! The Peel Watershed is Protected

The Peel Watershed Regional Land Use Plan was signed August 2019, protecting the Peel Watershed! The Peel Watershed is a large (over 24,000 square miles) and remote area located in the North-East of Canada’s Yukon Territory. It consists of 6 major rivers that all merge into the Peel, which then flows into the Mackenzie River […]

Why WildSpeak

Written by iLCP staff member Betsy Painter with images from iLCP Fellows. So bring on the rebels, the ripples from pebbles, the painters, and poets, and plays… here’s to the fools who dream, crazy as they may seem. –La La Land Films and visual imagery capture imaginations and dare us to envision a better future. […]

Tim Laman Featured on GEO Article for Coiba Island Expedition

Senior Fellow Tim Laman ‘s photos appeared in a GEO magazine article covering his experience documenting Coiba Island in Panama as part of the iLCP expedition to promote the protection of Coiba National Park’s pristine environment and irreplaceable biodiversity. The German article with photos can be viewed here: The Reef of Good Hope.

Christian Ziegler Featured on GEO Article for Coiba Island Expedition

Senior Fellow Christian Ziegler ‘s photos appeared in a GEO magazine article covering his experience documenting Coiba Island in Panama as part of the iLCP expedition to promote the protection of Coiba National Park’s pristine environment and irreplaceable biodiversity. The German article with photos can be viewed here: Islands Beyond Time.

iLCP Featured Fellow – Krista Schlyer

Krista Schlyer is an award-winning photographer and writer focusing on conservation, biodiversity and public lands. She has worked throughout North America, from the arid lands of the American West to the urban rivers of Washington DC, and is drawn to the cause of underdogs, prairie dogs, and all things wild. Schlyer is a Senior Fellow […]

Platte Basin Timelapse Project

iLCP Fellow Michael Forsberg, and Platte River Timelapse co-founder Michael Farrell, utilize a system of time-lapse cameras to document the story of the Platte River’s 90,000 square-mile river basin and how water moves and changes the landscape.

National Parks: Celebrating a Sentinel of American Memory

February 02, 2016 11:58 AM
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iLCP Fellow Krista Schlyer reflects on her memories of US National Parks, as she launches her latest book: “Almost Anywhere.”

Coíba featured in Trópicos Magazine

Trópicos, the magazine of the Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute (STRI), features an article about iLCP’s expedition to Coíba Island in Panama, where iLCP Fellows Christian Ziegler and Tim Laman are working throughout 2015.  In February 2015, in collaboration with STRI, Christian Ziegler lead a team of 30 scientists to Coíba, to undertake a full BioBlitz […]