Eno is an annual print and online publication. Through art, we connect to the natural environment and celebrate science. While we call ourselves a “magazine,” we think of Eno as it’s own creative work – a grand collaborative project.

Eno is primarily run by graduate students at the Nicholas School of the Environment at Duke University.

If you wish to contribute to Eno, see our “Want to Submit?” page here.

Our History

Eno was founded in 2011. Its name comes from the Eno River in North Durham and from the Eno people, natives who occupied the land prior to European settlement. The name reflects our connection to the places we live, work, and play, and more broadly, to the Earth. To that end, we acknowledge the important work of the Eno River Association in preserving the natural and cultural legacies of the Eno River Basin and the thousands of organizations around the world that do similar work.

Eno is generously supported by the Nicholas School Dean’s Office, the Office of Development and Alumni Relations, and the Nicholas School Student Council.