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Watermelon Snow

by Rachel Jagareski

Biologist Lynne Quarmby sailed on a two-week Arctic Circle expedition to document global warming, and "Watermelon Snow" juxtaposes descriptions of that voyage with reflections on her career, her climate change activism, politics, and the... Read More

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Earth Almanac

by Rebecca Foster

“Writing about experiences afield is a way of reliving them,” environmental reporter Ted Williams writes in "Earth Almanac", which synthesizes half a century of his nature observations into essays that mark the changing of the... Read More

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Sign Here If You Exist

by Rebecca Foster

Naturalist Jill Sisson Quinn’s essay collection "Sign Here If You Exist" concerns connection and change in relation to both the self and the world at large. As an environmental educator in Wisconsin, Quinn taught that everything is... Read More

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Douglas Fir

by Kristen Rabe

Stephen Arno and Carl Fiedler’s inviting text "Douglas Fir" is filled with information about the versatile, resilient conifer that “from firewood to flumes, flagpoles to flooring, snowshoes to spars, and liquor to lumber [fills]... Read More

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The Southern Wildlife Watcher

by Bianca Bowers

Rob Simbeck’s poetic nature book "The Southern Wildlife Watcher" includes three dozen examples of regional wildlife. Simbeck, whose awe toward nature compels him to engender awe in others, has been writing essays for South Carolina... Read More

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Bee People

by Kristen Rabe

Frank Mortimer’s "Bee People" is an entertaining introduction to the world of beekeeping, drawn from Mortimer’s extensive experience raising bees in suburban New Jersey. The book’s topics will appeal to novices, experts, and the... Read More

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