The view from my parents’ house in the Willamette Valley.

Oregonians, Their Woods, and Watching Them Burn

We revered these resources and now we’ve loved them to death

On the trail behind my college dorm, I went for a jog in the waning autumn light. I’d finished a week at school and it was fine but I was in a different state and a different place and I wasn’t sure how I fit in just yet. Seeking something that I knew, I laced up my well-worn Nikes…

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I wrote that one thing you didn’t really agree with. Find my Substack about the wild history of mental health care: Crazy/Old.

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I wrote that one thing you didn’t really agree with. Find my Substack about the wild history of mental health care: Crazy/Old.

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