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Exchange Exemplar: Visiting with the women of the natural world in ‘Writing Wild’

You can probably tick off the names of famous people who got us thinking nature: John Muir and Aldo Leopold and more. But they're not all men; Rachel Carson made a huge stir with Silent Spring, and quite possibly changed the course of environmental protection in America. We stick with the in an overview by Kathryn Aalto called Wild: Women Poets, Ramblers, and Mavericks Who Shape How We See the Natural World . Rachel Carson is in there, along with the likes of Vita Sackville-West, Susan Fenimore Cooper, Dorothy Wordsworth, and more. We revisit our chat with the author from 2020.

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