About the Center for Humans and Nature
Exploring our relationships and responsibilities to nature.
Our work provides in-depth and diverse perspectives about what it means to be human in an interconnected world.
The Center in Libertyville, IL is a workspace for Chicago-based staff, a retreat center for the Center’s gatherings of thought-leaders, a laboratory in which to practice land-relationship ideas shared by Center contributors, and (one day soon) a welcoming space for periodic public events.
Advocate for the
wisdom of nature
We host gatherings and conversations with our editors and contributors. Deepen your connection with nature and engage with fellow curious thinkers. Whether in-person or online, we look forward to meeting you.
The Center for Humans and Nature & Centre for the Study of the Inland (La Trobe University) invite you to celebrate the Australasian launch of Kinship: Belonging in a World
KINSHIP: An Online Course Online Event with Tyson Yunkaporta, Minna Salami, Douglas Rushkoff, Bayo Akomolafe, Charles Eisenstein, Charlotte Du Cann, Andreas Weber, Adah Paris, Stephen Jenkinson, Gavin Van Horn &
Center for Humans and Nature Press
Learn more about the Center for Humans and Nature Press. Discover books authored or edited by the Center’s staff and fellows.