[Tweeters] Special High Country News issue this week (Nov.14)

Barbara Deihl barbdeihl at comcast.net
Mon Nov 14 12:14:15 PST 2016


Features books and authors who have been champions for land and its systems, including both living and non-living segments. A variety of topics covered, including land-use rights, conservation, climate change, changes in populations of wild creatures. The idea of "refuge" is brought up again by Terry Tempest Williams, 25 years after she wrote the memoir "Refuge" - she expresses the evolution of her thoughts and gives suggestions for positive ways to look at and deal with the continuing changes we face.

A compelling issue of this publication. Here is a link to it - I am not sure non-subscribers can open it, but surely there is a way, if interested, you can take a look at the first page, with the Table of Contents, editor's note, some photos, a list of contributing authors and a piece about Malheur. You also can go to hcn.org and find out how you might at least request a sample.

link: http://www.hcn.org/external_files/digitaledition/48-19.pdf


Barb Deihl
Matthews Beach Neighborhood - NE Seattle
barbdeihl at comcast.net





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