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  1. says:

    Years ago I was fortunate to be on an overseas trip visiting friends and taking in the sights of England and Scotland I marveled at the age of buildings sometimes twice as old as the settlement site in Jamestown sadly thinking that we didn’t have anything like that in AmericaHow wrong I wasIt is the natural wonders of the world that are there for us to enjoy and Mark Kenyon’s book offers a mixture of detai

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    This historic overview of our national public lands was a great readAs a seventy year old female nature lover and birder I was unsure if I would relate to this young hunter and fisherman's story But one chapter into it I was hookedHe vividly describes his journeys into some well known as well as lesser known sites Then he weaves in the histo

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    This is an elegy for our public lands in America that are slowly being consumedTrashGraffitiInfluencersEncroachmentIn many ways we are loving our public lands to death We are desperate to prove that we did something or that we went somewhere that we disregard nature for our own desires We stray from the paths that keep the lands safe We trample poppies and climb fences Public lands are suffering from this and changingThis book is a remem

  4. says:

    I received a free electronic copy of this excellent history of America's Public Lands on December 5 2019 from Netgalley Mark Kenyon and Little A Publishing Thank you all for sharing your hard work with me Kenyon brings to us all the

  5. says:

    I am a National Park addict I have made it a point to always visit the national parks available to all Americans whenever I'm near on

  6. says:

    Wow This is a wonderful book extolling the beauty of our public lands and advocating passionately for all of us to protect our incredible heritage so carefully preserved over than a century It is filled with detail about the evolution of the

  7. says:

    A must read for anyone who uses public lands BLM National forests national parks etc This was the perfect mix of adventure stories and history of our public lands and the fight for them; anyone who has benefited from these lands will have a whole new appreciation after reading this It was eye opening to read how long this battle for public lands has been going on and was really interesting to see all the work

  8. says:

    DNF at page 89 plus some skipping around Just too much travelogue and not enough public land information Kenyon a hunter and outdoor enthusiast from Michigan argues in support of federally owned public lands Unfortunately h

  9. says:

    An informative and soul grabbing account of our public landI love the outdoors; but wouldn’t have called myself a conservationist before but I am now The author has grabbed and pulled me into his cause The history of the fight is interesting and the on going battle is so important I am in

  10. says:

    I’m a kindred soul when it comes to protecting and enjoying our public lands Mark Kenyon a fellow Michigander alternated between visiting wild places and telling the story of how these lands were protected in the first place as well as what

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characters ☆ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ✓ Mark Kenyon

Ean air and water and a haven for recreationSince its inception however America’s public land system has been embroiled in controversy caught in the push and pull between the desire to develop the valuable resources the land holds or conserve them Alarmed by rising tensions over the use of these lands hunter angler and outdoor enthusiast Mark Ken. I received a free electronic copy of this excellent history of America s Public Lands on December 5 2019 from Netgalley Mark Kenyon and Little A Publishing Thank you all for sharing your hard work with me Kenyon brings to us all the many reasons our public lands are worth fighting for and details the battles we and our forefathers have fought to keep this important heritage for our children and grandchildren and theirs I am pleased to recommend this work to friends and family Mark Kenyon is an author I will followThis is a must read for all ages For hunters fishermen adventure filmmakers and writers mountain bikers skiers backpackers and RVers for people looking for a picnic spot to those with a summer to spend in the wilds This is a go to for finding your favorite p

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That Wild Country

From prominent outdoorsman and nature writer Mark Kenyon comes an engrossing reflection on the past and future battles over our most revered landscapes America’s public lands Every American is a public land owner inheritor to the largest public land trust in the world These vast expanses provide a home to wildlife populations a vital source of cl. Years ago I was fortunate to be on an overseas trip visiting friends and taking in the sights of England and Scotland I marveled at the age of buildings sometimes twice as old as the settlement site in Jamestown sadly thinking that we didn t have anything like that in AmericaHow wrong I wasIt is the natural wonders of the world that are there for us to enjoy and Mark Kenyon s book offers a mixture of details that is sure interest everyone If history is your passion Mr Kenyon takes us on a journey through the pitched battles between the businessmen and the conservationists each pursuing a diametrically opposed path The parks and monuments we visit today and perhaps take for granted might not have been here if not for the efforts of people like Theodore Roosevelt G

characters ☆ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ✓ Mark Kenyon

Yon set out to explore the spaces involved in this heated debate and learn firsthand how they came to be and what their future might holdPart travelogue and part historical examination That Wild Country invites readers on an intimate tour of the wondrous wild and public places that are a uniuely profound and endangered part of the American landscap. An informative and soul grabbing account of our public landI love the outdoors but wouldn t have called myself a conservationist before but I am now The author has grabbed and pulled me into his cause The history of the fight is interesting and the on going battle is so important I am in