Nature, Culture, Consciousness (Craftsbury 2013)

Nature, Culture, Consciousness uses personal narratives to explore the evolution of the human species, human culture and human consciousness in relation to nature.  The work explores the primal human worldview of foraging peoples, the development of agriculture and the world’s wisdom traditions, and modern American nature philosophers such as Thoreau, Muir, Leopold and Snyder

 Available at The Art House (Craftsbury Common, VT), Galaxy Books (Harwick, VT)

Or directly from the author for $30/35 postpaid: PO Box 175 Craftsbury Common, VT 05827

 

Rise of the Ranges of Light (Heyday 2011)
Rise of the Ranges of Light interbraids personal narrative and interpretive science writing to explore the geologic and ecological evolution of the mountains of California. 
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I Believe I’ll Go Canoeing (Craftsbury 2009)
I Believe I’ll Go Canoeing is a sense of place interpretive naturalist narrative of a journey through the canoe country of Maine.  It explores such topics as the origin and evolution of the canoe, natural history of the North Woods, land use history in the North Maine Woods, Thoreau’s transacendental nature philosophy, and Wabenaki legend and lore of the region.
Currently out of print

In the Years of the Mountains (Thunders Mouth 2006)

In the Years of the Mountains uses engaging travel writing style, integrating mountain ecology and geomorphology with personal adventure exploration of the Swiss Alps, the Nepal Himalaya, the Southern Alps of New Zealand, and the North American Cordillera.

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The Secret Sierra (Spotted Dog 2000)

The Secret Sierra interbraids personal adventure narrative and interpretive science writing to explore the physical geography and alpine ecology of the Sierra Nevada of California.

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