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  • Walking Through Springby Graham Hoyland

    HarperCollins Publishers 2016; US$ 8.55

    ‘The most effective advertisement for the countryside I've ever encountered’ Daily Mail Walking Through Spring follows Graham Hoyland’s journey as he traces a new national trail, walking north with Spring from the South Coast to the Borders. more...

  • Plants Have So Much to Give Us, All We Have to Do Is Askby Mary Siisip Geniusz; Wendy Makoons Geniusz; Annmarie Geniusz

    University of Minnesota Press 2015; Not Available

    Mary Siisip Geniusz has spent more than thirty years working with, living with, and using the Anishinaabe teachings, recipes, and botanical information she shares in Plants Have So Much to Give Us, All We Have to Do Is Ask . Geniusz gained much of the knowledge she writes about from her years as an oshkaabewis, a traditionally trained apprentice,... more...

  • Readings in Woodby John Leland

    University of South Carolina Press 2015; US$ 18.99

    Award-winning nature writer John Leland offers a collection of twenty-seven short, poetic essays that marry science and the humanities as the author seeks meaning in trees. Readings in Wood is an investigation of trees and forests and also of wood as a material that people have found essential in the creation of society and culture. Leland views with... more...

  • On the Clean Road Againby Willie Nelson

    Fulcrum Publishing 2007; US$ 7.99

    For more than 40 years, Willie Nelson has been a national treasure, contributing many memorable songs to our musical canon. His impact, however, extends far beyond the scope of his music. A champion of family farms, Nelson has helped mobilize support for the American farmer, both as a founder of Farm Aid and more recently as one of the nation's most... more...

  • Mockingbird Songby Jack Temple Kirby

    The University of North Carolina Press 2009; US$ 27.99

    The American South is generally warmer, wetter, weedier, snakier, and more insect infested and disease prone than other regions of the country. It is alluring to the scientifically and poetically minded alike. With Mockingbird Song , Jack Temple Kirby offers a personal and passionate recounting of the centuries-old human-nature relationship in the... more...

  • The Great Dismalby Bland Simpson

    The University of North Carolina Press 2000; US$ 14.99

    Just below the Tidewater area of Virginia, straddling the North Carolina-Virginia line, lies the Great Dismal Swamp, one of America's most mysterious wilderness areas. The swamp has long drawn adventurers, runaways, and romantics, and while many have tried to conquer it, none has succeeded. In this engaging memoir, Bland Simpson, who grew up near the... more...

  • Elemental Ecocriticismby Jeffrey Jerome Cohen; Lowell Duckert

    University of Minnesota Press 2015; Not Available

    For centuries it was believed that all matter was composed of four elements: earth, air, water, and fire in promiscuous combination, bound by love and pulled apart by strife. Elemental theory offered a mode of understanding materiality that did not center the cosmos around the human. Outgrown as a science, the elements are now what we build our houses... more...

  • The Greening of Faithby John E. Carroll; Paul Brockelman; Mary Westfall; Bill McKibben

    University of New Hampshire Press 2016; US$ 22.99

    Expanded 20th anniversary edition of a classic anthology that emphasizes links between multiple faith traditions and the natural world more...

  • Through a Naturalist's Eyesby Michael J. Caduto; Adelaide Murphy Tyrol

    University Press of New England 2016; US$ 14.99

    A journey through the natural world of New England, with an expert guide, and reflections on the relationship between nature and humankind more...

  • Zooburbiaby Tai Moses; Dave Buchen

    Parallax Press 2010; US$ 12.99

    To be alienated from animals is to live a life that is not quite whole, contends nature writer Tai Moses in Zooburbia: Meditations On The Wild Animals Among Us . Urban and suburban residents share their environment with many types of wildlife: squirrels, birds, spiders, and increasingly lizards, deer, and coyote. Many of us crave more contact with... more...