We couldn't be more thrilled to announce The Way of Natural History was awarded an Honorable Mention in the 2011 ForeWord Book Awards in the Nature category and was nominated in the Anthology category. The Rewilding Institute features The Way of Natural History here.CHOICE recommends The Way of Natural History in its forthcoming issue. The Way of Natural History captures the The New England SCBWI. Read the review here. Cascadia Weekly recognizes The Way of Natural History as a Notable Regional Title of 2011 and The North Cascades Institute interviews Tom Fleischner about his love of the Pacific Northwest. The Shambhala Sun offers a mindful review of The Way of Natural History in its January 2012 issue. Check it out here.Terrain.org reminds us We Are What We Watch in its discussion of The Way of Natural History, a collection of "real intelligence and peacefulness."The Wall Street Journal recommends The Way of Natural History in its Best of Science short list.The University of California at Santa Cruz highlights Sarah Juniper Rabkin's stirring contribution here.Be sure and grab a copy of the latest SEJournal for Nancy Baron's thoughtful review of The Way of Natural History. Read more media clips and conversations here. Read more media clips and conversations here.In The Way of Natural History, scientists, nature writers, poets, and Zen practitioners show how mindful attention to the natural world can bring rewarding and surprising discoveries. They call for a renewal of natural history and provide models for personal interactions with nature. Attention to nature, the contributors argue, is a key pathway to nurturing our humanity, and it's more important than ever to connect with the natural world and the positive energy we can find there.
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