Nature Writing

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A Sand County Almanac

A Sand County Almanac

by Aldo Leopold

A Sand County Almanac is a 1949 non-fiction book written by American ecologist and environmentalist Aldo Leopold. Describing the land around Leopold's home in Sauk County, Wisconsin and his thoughts on developing a "land ethic," it was edited and published by his son, Luna, a year after Leopold's death from a heart attack. The collection of essays is considered to be a landmark book in the American conservation movement.
Animal Liberation

Animal Liberation

by Peter Singer

Previous ed.: London : Cape, 1975.

Property of Associated Students. This item may be checked out from the AS Environmental Center, VU 424.
The Last American Man

The Last American Man

by Elizabeth Gilbert

Finalist for the National Book Award 2002 In this rousing examination of contemporary American male identity, acclaimed author and journalist Elizabeth Gilbert explores the fascinating true story of Eustace Conway. In 1977, at the age of seventeen, Conway left his family's comfortable suburban home to move to the Appalachian Mountains. For more than two decades he has lived there, making fire with sticks, wearing skins from animals he has trapped, and trying to convince Americans to give up their... Read more about this item
Sand Rivers

Sand Rivers

by Peter Matthiessen

"In late 1979, the writer and naturalist Peter Matthiessen and the wildlife photographer Hugo van Lawick joined a safari into the Selous Game Reserve in southern Tanzania, one of the largest yet least known strongholds of wild animals left on earth. Sand Rivers is their beautiful account of a remarkable trip into this quintessential East African wilderness."
Walden

Walden

by Thoreau- Henry David/ McKibben- Bill

From the book:When I wrote the following pages, or rather the bulk of them, I lived alone, in the woods, a mile from any neighbor, in a house which I had built myself, on the shore of Walden Pond, in Concord, Massachusetts, and earned my living by the labor of my hands only. I lived there two years and two months. At present I am a sojourner in civilized life again. I should not obtrude my affairs so much on the notice of my readers if very particular inquiries had not been made by my townsmen concerning... Read more about this item
The Hidden Life Of Trees

The Hidden Life Of Trees

by Peter Wohlleben

With more than 2 million copies sold worldwide, this beautifully written book journeys deep into the forest to uncover the fascinating—and surprisingly moving—hidden life of trees.“At once romantic and scientific, [Wohlleben's] view of the forest calls on us all to reevaluate our relationships with the plant world.”―Daniel Chamovitz, Ph.D., author of What a Plant KnowsAre trees social beings? In The Hidden Life of Trees forester and author Peter Wohlleben convincingly makes the... Read more about this item
American Buffalo

American Buffalo

by Steven Rinella

A hunt for the American buffalo--an adventurous, fascinating examination of an animal that has haunted the American imagination.In 2005, Steven Rinella won a lottery permit to hunt for a wild buffalo, or American bison, in the Alaskan wilderness. Despite the odds--there's only a 2 percent chance of drawing the permit, and fewer than 20 percent of those hunters are successful--Rinella managed to kill a buffalo on a snow-covered mountainside and then raft the meat back to civilization while being trailed... Read more about this item
The Thoreau You Don't Know

The Thoreau You Don't Know

by Robert Sullivan

Breathless

Breathless

by David Quammen

The Gulf

The Gulf

by Jack E Davis

The Home Place

The Home Place

by J Drew Lanham

Flowers Of Marsh and Stream

Flowers Of Marsh and Stream

by Iolo A Williams

Flora Of Alberta

Flora Of Alberta

by E H Moss

What I Stand On

What I Stand On

by Wendell Berry

Wilding

Wilding

by Isabella Tree

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All We Can Save

NATIONAL BESTSELLER - Provocative and illuminating essays from women at the forefront of the climate movement who are harnessing truth, courage, and solutions to lead humanity forward.

NAMED ONE OF THE BEST BOOKS OF THE YEAR BY SMITHSONIAN MAGAZINE.

There is a renaissance blooming in the climate movement: leadership that is more characteristically feminine and more faithfully feminist, rooted in compassion, connection, creativity, and collaboration. While it’s clear that women and girls are vital... Read more about this item
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One Day On Teton Marsh

by Sally Carrighar

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Mütter Museum

by College Of Physicians Of Philadelphia

Nature Writing Books & Ephemera

The Thoreau You Don\'t Know

The Thoreau You Don't Know

by Sullivan, Robert

Includes index.
Made From Scratch

Made From Scratch

by Woginrich, Jenna

Includes index.
Cadillac Desert

Cadillac Desert

by Reisner, Marc

"Beautifully written and meticulously researched."—St. Louis Post-Dispatch. This updated study of the economics, politics, and ecology of water covers more than a century of public and private desert reclamation in the American West.
Facing the Wave

Facing the Wave

by Ehrlich, Gretel

Gretel Ehrlich is the author of This Cold Heaven, The Future of Ice, and The Solace of Open Spaces, among other works of nonfiction, fiction, and poetry. She lives in Wyoming.
Farm Anatomy

Farm Anatomy

by Rothman, Julia

Uses drawings, instructions, and information to describe how to live on farm, including compost, nutrients in the soil, farm structures, edible crops, farm animals, bread-making, cuts of pork, pressure canning, quilts, and spinning yarn.
Last Child In the Woods

Last Child In the Woods

by Louv, Richard

Last Child in the Woods: Saving Our Children From Nature-Deficit Disorder is a 2005 book by author Richard Louv that documents decreased exposure of children to nature in American society and how this "nature-deficit disorder" harms children and society. The book examines research and concludes that direct exposure to nature is essential for healthy childhood development and for the physical and emotional health of children and adults.
Stalking the Wild Asparagus

Stalking the Wild Asparagus

by Gibbons, Euell

An imaginative approach to cooking, offering numerous recipes for main dishes and accompaniments made from wild berries, roots, nuts, and leaves
Things That Are

Things That Are

by Leach, Amy

Shell Games

Shell Games

by Welch, Craig

National Audubon Society Field Guide To North American Wildflowers

National Audubon Society Field Guide To North American Wildflowers

by William a Niering, Nancy C Olmstead, Susan Rayfield, Carol Nehring

Nahanni Trailhead

Nahanni Trailhead

by Moore, Joanne Ronan

Dawn Light

Dawn Light

by Ackerman, Diane