Langscape Magazine is an extension of the voice of Terralingua. It supports our mission by educating minds and hearts about the importance and value of biocultural diversity. We aim to illustrate biocultural diversity through scientific and traditional knowledge, within an appealing sensory context of articles, stories and art. 

UPCOMING  SUMMER 2017 - Volume 6, Issue 1 - "Through a Different Lens: The Art and Science of Biocultural Diversity"

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Most Recent Release

Volume 5, Issue 2:  Voices of the Earth, Part 2 

In this second issue of 2016, we continue to mark Terralingua's twentieth anniversary by "going back to our roots" with our "Voices of the Earth" theme. In 1996, we chose the name Terralingua to suggest two things at once: the language of the Earth — the voice of Mother Nature; and the languages of the Earth — the many voices of the world's diverse peoples, which have evolved through intimate interaction with the Earth in each specific place. We wanted to hear from and about the Voices of the Earth, and so we did! This issue brings you more fascinating stories and images of biocultural diversity from all over the globe.

 To get a taste, take a look at the Editorial and the Table of Contents.


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We gratefully acknowledge the support of the Reva and David Logan Foundation and the Kalliopeia Foundations for the production of Langscape Magazine.