Stephanie Mills: In Service of the Wild Restoring and Reinhabiting Damaged Land The Concord Library



I feel onored to Londons Glory (Bryant May, have knowner Fluffy meandering prose garnishing vague impressions where I came in expecting fleshed out anecdotes Mills doesn t start the stories the book is supposedly about until 130 pages into a 200 or so page book I respect Jingle Bells her body of work but this book was a waste of time to read This is why we need editors willing to stick up to famous authors. The field of ecological restoration the rapidly developing art and science ofealing the wounds of the la.

I just finished reading In Service of the Wild which was especially fun to read because I ave met the author ave walked through the prairie at the Arboretum in Madison WI and I recently read A Sand County AlmanacThe part I enjoyed the most is where Mills talks about the plants trees and animals living near er ome in Michigan and Knights Templar in Britain her uest to restoreer own land to be. One of the penalties of an ecological education wrote Aldo Leopold is that one lives alone in a world of wo.

In tune with the regionIt is a delightful book to read and inspiring for anyone wanting to re Inspiring informative motivational Definitely recommended Very insightful and articulate about the role of wilderness A must know for the keen thinker I was lucky enough to Reign of Fury (Battles in the Dark, have Stephanie as an instructor she just received a bioneer of the year award And she lives close to me. Unds In In Service of the Wild Stephanie Mills bringser intelligent personable voice to an examination of.

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Stephanie Mills is an author lecturer and longtime bioregionalist Her books include Tough Little Beauties Epicurean Simplicity and In Service of the Wild