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Timed with the opening of duck season in the north, this story describes the unique circumstances when poor logistics during a field research project enabled our crew (Robert, Craig and I) to reconnect with the fertility of the boreal landscape. The setting is along a rich confluence of the Churchill River in northeast Manitoba. The season was that magical transition from summer to fall. I was exploring an old burn, behind our simple plywood cabin overlooking the river, one foggy September morning. About the time we were running out of food, I couldn’t help but notice a veritable supermarket of … Read more »

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