Articles by Lori Rotenberk
Lori Rotenberk is a Chicago-based journalist whose work has appeared in the New York Times, The Boston Globe, Chicago Wilderness Magazine, and the Chicago Sun-Times. She is also also wild about nature. Follow her on Twitter.
Skip the lectures and the horror stories, says one environmental science prof, and just help them fall in love with nature.
Don’t want to buy carrots grown in Timbuktu? Good news: Local farmers may have a few tucked away underground.
Nick Hand rode 500 miles from Manhattan to Hudson Falls, following Pete Seeger's "dirty stream," interviewing and photographing working people along the way.
On a farm in the hills of Ohio, 36-year-old Zachary Myers has built a cottage industry on vintage denim.