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Nature and Culture in the Northern Forest: Region, Heritage, and Environment in the Rural Northeast (American Land & Life) Paperback – March 15, 2010


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“How good to see sharp thinkers engaging the mysteries and possibilities of one of the world’s most interesting and hopeful corners, the mountains and woods of the northeast. This book will start many gears turning in your head!”—Bill McKibben, author, Wandering Home



Nature and Culture in the Northern Forest celebrates the beauty and dynamism of a long-settled area that also holds one of the major forests of the earth. It exemplifies a venturesome and inventive moment in the unfurling of environmental studies. And it articulates a more vividly integrated vision of education and conservation alike.”—from the foreword by John Elder

About the Author

Pavel Cenkl is dean of academics and a professor of humanities and regional studies at Sterling College in Vermont. He is the author of This Vast Book of Nature: Writing the Landscape of New Hampshire's White Mountains, 1784–1911 (Iowa, 2006). Pa

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