December 18. Barry Lopez, Horizon (2019) Focus on the first 2 chapters. Discussion leader: Linda Rhines.
January 22. Kathleen Dean Moore, Take Heart: Encouragement for earth’s weary lovers (2022). Discussion leader: Nan Evans.
February 26. Annie Proulx, Fen Bog & Swamp: a short history of peatland destruction and its role in the climate crisis (2023). Discussion leader: Jackie Canterbury.
March 25. Tim McNulty, Salmon, Cedar, Rock and Rain (Oct. 2023). Discussion leader: Oma Landstra.
April 22. Merlin Sheldrake, Entangled Life: How Fungi make our worlds, change our minds & shape our futures (2020). Discussion leader: Chris Werme.
May 27. David Montgomery and Anne Bikle’, What Your Food Ate: how to restore our land and reclaim our health (2022). Discussion leader: Mike Connor.
June 24. Elin Kelsey, Hope Matters: why changing the way we think is critical to solving the environmental crisis (2020). Discussion leader: Holly Hughes.
July 22. Carl Safina. Becoming Wild: How animal cultures raise families, create beauty and achieve peace (2020). Discussion leader: Dave Rugh.