Earth Day Mags

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It's Earth Day today - a day to raise awareness about the need to protect the planet and the environment. You can find out more about Earth Day at Here are a few of our favourite mags about nature - reconnecting with it, appreciating it, understanding our relationship with it and exploring how we can be better custodians. Enjoy.

Bloom - For the love of nature
Bloom encourages you to get outside, take in the scenery, notice the seasons change and garden and grow sustainably. In the latest issue, we loved the seasonal foraging calendar, the appreciation of rocks, and the feature on rewilding your local neighbourhood. 
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Oceanographic - Saving our Oceans

Part Nat Geo, part indie mag, Oceanographic is both a celebration of the seas and oceans and a place to discuss its challenges (and solutions). In the latest issue, we learnt about Cornish King Crabs, the skin of the humpback whale, the largest ever coral restoration project, how to fix the salmon industry and we saw the water in a whole different light, through the photography of Ben Thouard. Get Oceanographic.

Wonderground - Nature, culture and care
Wonderground is an Australian journal blending art, poetry, essay and reportage teeming with ideas and different ways of thinking about the natural world. We loved the piece in issue 4, giving nature proper nouns to change how we interact with it. Get Wonderground

Where The Leaves Fall - Changing our relationship with nature
In a similar vein to Wonderground, WTLF uses art to dissect and understand our relationship with nature. Features are drawn from the world of conservation, environmental activism, biodiversity and science, and there's a strong focus on indigenous communities around the world and what we can learn about custodianship over ownership.  Get Where The Leaves Fall

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