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  • Living with trees

    Living with trees

    In Between Earth and Sky, Nadlini Nadkarni ponders the ways in which trees sustain human beings.

  • Beware of wolves cloaked in "access"

    Beware of wolves cloaked in "access"

    The so-called Wilderness and Roadless Release Act promises greater access to public lands, but will actually end up harming the wild lands most Westerners love.

  • John Daniel: A good animal, too

    John Daniel: A good animal, too

    The unlikely path to becoming an environmental writer, memoirist and poet.

  • The Pine Island Paradox

    The Pine Island Paradox by Kathleen Dean Moore takes a philosophical and poetic look at islands and rivers

  • Mountain Harmonies

    In Mountain Harmonies, Howard Smith muses on environmental philosophy as he takes readers from Glacier National Park to New Mexico’s Gila Wilderness

  • Tales from the heartwood

    Working the Woods, Working the Sea gathers fiction, nonfiction and poetry on the relationship between labor and nature in the Pacific Northwest.

  • Portrait of a threatened land

    In Travels in the Greater Yellowstone, Jack Turner celebrates and fights for the preservation of an incredible but endangered landscape.

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