nature

Can This Save Us?

Can We Find Inner Peace through Horse Therapy?

Anxiety is high and mental health services are increasingly underfunded, so it might be time to explore alternative therapies.
Hannah Ewens
10.12.18
Photo

This Photographer Searches for the Messages Strangers Carve in Trees

Photographer Eirik Johnson captures raw memory carved into tree trunks.
Jon Feinstein
5.23.18
The VICE Guide to Right Now

Snoop Dogg Makes Shocking Botanical Discovery in Martha Stewart's Driveway

"Somebody tell me what this is. A who? That's a pine cone?"
Drew Schwartz
5.10.18
Internet

What I Learned from My Week Without the Internet

Eve's last day in the woods shines some light on her relationship with technology.
Eve Peyser
3.5.18
Eve's Week In the Woods

Nature Is Not as Beautiful as Instagram

Does nature actually suck? Eve Peyser investigates.
Eve Peyser
2.28.18
psychedelics

Why It Feels Like You Can Communicate with Nature On LSD

"There is no evidence that communion with entities during psychedelic experiences is not an illusion."
Mattha Busby
11.29.17
Photography

Photos to Remind You to Go Outside This Weekend

Photographer Lucas Foglia talks us through his new book, 'Human Nature'.
Bruno Bayley
11.24.17
The VICE Guide to Right Now

A Gaping Sinkhole in Florida Is Swallowing Everything in Its Path

It's already gobbled up two homes, a boat and a hot tub.
Drew Schwartz
7.21.17
nature

Like Cockroaches, Bug People Will Not Be Stopped

A new book explores the diversity of modern insects – and the strange people who insist on loving them.
Seth Ferranti
7.3.17
The VICE Guide to Right Now

Some Dickhead Vandalised Norway's Penis Rock

Crowdfunders want you to donate some kroner to save the boner.
Katherine Gillespie
6.26.17
Portugal Forest Fires

How Survivors of Portugal's Deadliest Fire in Decades Saw Their Lives Turn to Ash

Dozens of people died in a fire that lasted for five days and destroyed an area the size of 30,000 football pitches.
Cláudio Garcia
6.23.17
Bad Decisions

I Spent 24 Hours Stuck in a Hole on the Side of a Mountain

Alexander Katritsis thought climbing a mountain would help him deal with his grief. Instead, he fell down a slope and his problems only got worse.
Alexander Katritsis
6.22.17
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