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Stories from Afield

by Kristine Morris

Smith introduces audiences to a primordial, pristine, and rapidly vanishing world, with a reminder that its future is in our hands. Some people are lucky enough to know from an early age exactly what they want to do with their lives.... Read More

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A Week in Yellowstone's Thorofare

by Kristen Rabe

This book is a deeply moving and informed exploration of the beauty, mystery, and community of the natural world. In A Week in Yellowstone’s Thorofare, Michael Yochim weaves together elements of memoir and natural history to create a... Read More

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Glorious Times

by Anna Call

In this genealogy of the Craighead family, the author explores the history and exploits of this famously nature-oriented clan. The tale of the Craigheads begins with the dawn of the American colonies, but the book itself begins with the... Read More

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Listening to the Savage

by Kristen Rabe

Follow the meandering of this river, listen attentively to the poetic silences of this lovely work. The exquisite Listening to the Savage: River Notes and Half-Heard Melodies is a book to be savored. Barbara Hurd offers an evocative,... Read More

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