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Northeastern Wilds: Journeys of Discovery in the Northern Forest

de Stephen Gorman

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Spanning 26 million acres across New York, Vermont, New Hampshire, and Maine, the Northern Forest is the largest remaining wild forest in the East. Here is a rugged landscape of thick boreal forests, blazing autumn hillsides, snowy granite peaks, and mighty river headwaters. In Northeastern Wilds: Journeys of Discovery in the Northern Forest, writer and photographer Stephen Gorman blends the region s rich history, geography, culture, and environmental change into an evocative work that retraces the steps of early travelers and explorers and gives voice to those who live, work, and recreate in the Northern Forest today. Northeastern Wilds takes the reader on a journey of discovery from the rocky shores of Acadia National Park through the wild interior of Maine s unorganized territories, along native canoe trails in New Hampshire, and into New York s Adirondack Park. Accompanying Gorman s absorbing narratives are his striking photographs, from the flowing headwaters of the St. John River and Katahdin s stark summit to the arresting image of a fellerbuncher a mechanical log harvesting machine tearing through a forest. Along the way, Gorman introduces a diverse cast of characters who speak to the future of the Northern Forest. These first-hand accounts from such well-known voices as E. Annie Proulx and Bill McKibben, as well as Abenaki tribespeople, paper company executives, life-long residents and others bring home the present-day challenges, choices and opportunities facing this vast region today. Northeastern Wilds is a stunning visual testament to the power of landscape in our lives."… (mais)
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Spanning 26 million acres across New York, Vermont, New Hampshire, and Maine, the Northern Forest is the largest remaining wild forest in the East. Here is a rugged landscape of thick boreal forests, blazing autumn hillsides, snowy granite peaks, and mighty river headwaters. In Northeastern Wilds: Journeys of Discovery in the Northern Forest, writer and photographer Stephen Gorman blends the region s rich history, geography, culture, and environmental change into an evocative work that retraces the steps of early travelers and explorers and gives voice to those who live, work, and recreate in the Northern Forest today. Northeastern Wilds takes the reader on a journey of discovery from the rocky shores of Acadia National Park through the wild interior of Maine s unorganized territories, along native canoe trails in New Hampshire, and into New York s Adirondack Park. Accompanying Gorman s absorbing narratives are his striking photographs, from the flowing headwaters of the St. John River and Katahdin s stark summit to the arresting image of a fellerbuncher a mechanical log harvesting machine tearing through a forest. Along the way, Gorman introduces a diverse cast of characters who speak to the future of the Northern Forest. These first-hand accounts from such well-known voices as E. Annie Proulx and Bill McKibben, as well as Abenaki tribespeople, paper company executives, life-long residents and others bring home the present-day challenges, choices and opportunities facing this vast region today. Northeastern Wilds is a stunning visual testament to the power of landscape in our lives."

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