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Rewilding Earth Best of 2019

By: John Davis(Editor), Susan Morgan(Editor)
Publisher: Essex Editions
Rewilding Earth
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About this book

Rewilding is restoring natural processes and species, then stepping back so that nature can express its own will. In essence, rewilding means giving the land back to wildlife and wildlife back to the land.

Recalling the late great Wild Earth journal, this provocative anthology showcases the most notable original articles and art published by Rewilding Earth (rewilding.org) in 2019. Rewilding Earth is an inspiring, informative, and user-friendly manual for how to protect and restore wild places and their residents.

Contents

- Introduction by John Miles & Susan Morgan
- Eagle Mountain Success by Jon Leibowitz
- Forever Wild by Sophi Veltrop
- Adirondack Wildways Update by John Davis
- Wildlife Crossings in the Adirondacks by Kevin Webb
- Something Wicked This Way Comes: The Menace of Deep-Sea Mining by Eileen Crist
- You are the Last Whale by Gary Lawless
- Wild Carbon by Mark Anderson and Jon Leibowitz
- Profile of the Northern Forest Atlas Project by the Editors
- Box Creek Biodiversity by Christopher R. Wilson
- The Librarians by Robert Michael Pyle
- Drifting from Rewilding by Mark Fisher
- Rewilding Scotland by Kenyon Fields
- European Experiments in Rewilding: Elbe River Biosphere Reserve by David T. Schwartz
- How to Bring the Bison Home by Susie O'Keefe
- Days of Fire by Stuart Pimm
- Will You Join Us in Defending the Arctic Refuge? by Brad Meiklejohn
- Tongass National Forest Alert by Andrew Thoms
- Citizen Scientist: Searching for Heroes and Hope in an Age of Extinction by Mary Ellen Hannibal, Reviewed by John Miles
- White Birds of Winter by Saul Weisberg
- A Tale of Three Weasels by Paula Mackay
- The River I and The River II by Tim McNulty
- Rio Mora Seasons by Brian Miller
- Embers from the Campfire, When Republicans Loved Endangered Species by Uncle Dave Foreman
- Cow-Bombing the World's Largest Organism by Andy Kerr
- Wildlife Versus Livestock in the Upper Green by George Wuerthner
- New Mexico's Wildlife Corridors Act: A Path Toward Success by Michael Dax
- Embers from the Campfire, Quitobaquito Springs by Uncle Dave Foreman
- Tapping the Third-Rail: Wildlife Watching and State Wildlife Funding Reform by Chris Spatz
- Planting for Bees and Butterflies by Gary Lawless
- Wilderness in the Anthropocene: What Future for its Untrammeled Wildness? by Roger Kaye
- Train #7, North Dakota by Susie O'Keefe
- Combat Overpopulation Denial by Richard Grossman M.D.
- Ecotone by David Crews
- The Cliff Edge: Generating Political Will for the Required Level of Change by Randy Hayes
- From No Sense of Wild to a Need to Rewild North America by John Miles

Appendix

Customer Reviews

By: John Davis(Editor), Susan Morgan(Editor)
Publisher: Essex Editions
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