By: Edgar Wayburn and Allison Alsup
336 pages, 32 b/w photos
A tenacious and tireless leader of the Sierra Club since the 1940s, Edgar Wayburn had a central role in the establishment of Redwoods National Park and the Golden Gate National Recreation Area, and in the passage of the Alaska National Interest Lands Conservation Act. This unconventional autobiography focuses on Wayburn's key conservation campaigns, some of the most crucial of the twentieth century, and the fascinating cast of characters that populated them.
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