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What are your favorite conservation related books?   Any titles or authors that you turn to again and again?

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Good morning from the Bitterroot Valley, MT

Although I've been working for and alongside the SCA for many years, this is my first post on Conservation Nation! Hello world! We're packe…

Started by Tano Chidwick

0 Mar 5, 2019

November's Article: "More WiFi in Grand Teton and Yellowstone National Parks"

Here's an interesting article about improving mobile connectivity and speed in Grand Teton and Yellowstone National Parks.  The fiber optic…

Started by Emily Poore

1 Jun 28, 2017
Reply by Nicole Ruhlman

Lab Girl by Hope Jahren

AMAZING book! About the life of a female scientist and the challenges she faced because she was a scientist, and female. The book alters ch…

Started by Kiley Voss

0 May 11, 2017

Ecotopia, Ernest Callenbough

Great read! This is a must for anyone who has ever daydreamed about how a government based on conservation principles and a degrowth econom…

Started by Miriam Akervall

4 Apr 24, 2017
Reply by Miriam Akervall

Reading the Forested Landscape, by Tom Wessels

If you haven't read Tom Wessels' books, you're in for a treat. If you're headed out to the woods, particularly in New England, I recommend…

Started by Marlee Leveille

1 Apr 1, 2017
Reply by Samuel Long

Sibley Guide to Trees

Aloha Everyone,I came across a great field book on trees. Its called the " Sibley Guide to Trees". It has helped me with my research studie…

Started by Christopher Nova Smith

0 Jul 12, 2015

July's Article: The Indiana Dune National Lakeshore's Sinkhole Mystery

OK. I am a little late on this one, but this article is so good it is hard to pass up. The "incident" happened back in April as well as the…

Started by Josiah

1 Jul 12, 2015
Reply by Christopher Nova Smith

December's Article: The National Audubon Society's Winter Bird Count

If you're looking for an excuse to get outside and conduct some citizen science, the National Audubon Society's 115th Annual Winter Bird Co…

Started by Emily Poore

1 Dec 11, 2014
Reply by Libby Young

October's Article: "The Trouble with Wilderness"

The 50th anniversary of the Wilderness Act was celebrated in September and got me thinking about where this idea of wilderness and wild pla…

Started by Emily Poore

0 Oct 1, 2014

September's Read: A Book About Trout

Here in New England we have about a month and a half left in our standard fresh water fishing season. So, as the fall settles in it got me…

Started by Josiah

0 Sep 11, 2014


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