Featured Story: LTER engages Arts and Humanities; Network News: The shooting of Gail Osherenko’s “Our Marine World Heritage” video clips, Moorea and Santa Barbara LTER scientists tour Chinese marine ILTER sites; Editorial: “Network News” going all digital; News Briefs: SGS LTER’s Jack Morgan awarded for work on climate science; Comings and Goings: Jeremiah Wright, Nancy Grimm; NSF News: LTER management team at NSF sees changes, makes changes; Site News: ARC, NWT study: Climate change may create tipping points for populations, not just species, Light on Leaves, Stirred, not shaken: Whole-lake mixing studies microbes and invasive fish at NTL, BES holds Annual Meeting and Community Open House & Greening Celebration, BES hosts Congressional staffers and agency personnel on ESA field trip, BES at annual meeting of Maryland Water Monitoring Council, Harvard Forest commissions new field wireless network, KBS creates “BEST” Schoolyard network, LTER cross-site team studies land fragmentation; Education News: Kimberly La Pierre replaces Chelse Prather as graduate student co-Chair, Harvard Forest offers Research Experience for Undergraduates; Useful new publications: CAP LTER featured in new book, Long-Term Ecological Research: Between Theory and Application; Scientific Report: The USA-NPN, Konza soil research provides insight into future global warming predictions; Informatics Bits & Bytes: Tiger teams spur NIS stakeholders, developers toward shared vision, Synthesizing large datasets; International News: ILTER holds annual meeting in Israel