Edited By: DE Brown, NB Carmony and Aldo Leopold
250 pages, 28 b/w photos
A collection of 26 of Leopold's early essays and articles, which demonstrate his transformation from a naive forester in New Mexico and Arizona into a mature professional, and finally, many years later, into a passionate environmental advocate. Each essay is followed by a useful commentary on its particular significance to the development of Leopold's philosophy.
`A prerequisite for all those interested in the conservation movement'
- High Country News
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