Kinfolk 37 – Nature
Kinfolk is a slow lifestyle magazine published by Ouur that explores ways for readers to simplify their lives, cultivate community and spend more time with their friends and family.
Kinfolk 37 – Nature | From wilderness to windowsill: Plant roots in the world around you
Kinfolk 37 – Nature | The importance of nature for both our personal wellbeing and global prosperity has never been clearer. With a cautious return to the great outdoors now on our shared horizon, Kinfolk heeds the enticing call of the wild and celebrates the power of nature in Kinfolk 37.
Dip into the highlights from Issue Thirty-Seven with some of our editors’ picks. Perhaps you’d like to begin by reading the lead feature in our Nature section: An interview with Ron Finley, the urban gardener and community activist once issued with an arrest warrant for planting his LA sidewalk with vegetables and banana trees. We also meet Haatepah Clearbear, the young model advocating for the future of Native Americans—and the planet; take a crash course in floristry with Parisian floral artist Miyoko Yasumoto; and escape to the fantasy landscapes of Alexis Christodoulou, a self-taught 3D artist who conceived his series Rendered Impossible during the travel ban. Elsewhere, we’ve got an interview with data journalist Mona Chalabi, a still life shoot featuring some unusual dried flowers and a whole menagerie of animal influencers. (From the editors of Kinfolk)