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Admiring the enemy [Op-Art]


For Sunday's Opinion pages, artist Justin Renteria illustrated the above poison ivy girl. It accompanies an Op-Ed by Deborah Blum, the Pulitzer Prize-winning science writer and author of "The Poisoner's Handbook: Murder and the Birth of Forensic Medicine in Jazz Age New York," in which she defends and even praises poison ivy as a beautiful and environmentally essential plant. Read on to learn why.


Obama lukewarm on conservation

The best remedy for the price of gas

Spurring the EPA on greenhouse gases

Gardening as politics: Digging the Founding Gardeners

Do we have to choose between clean energy and the animals?

-- Alexandra Le Tellier


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