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Nick Jans

Nick Jans

Planet Ice - Essayist
Nick Jans is a longtime contributing editor to Alaska Magazine and a member of USA Today's board of editorial contributors. He has written seven books, including The Grizzly Maze: Timothy Treadwell's Fatal Obsession with Alaska's Bears, A Place Beyond: Finding Home in Arctic Alaska, and Tracks of ...
James Johnston
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James Johnston

Columbia Highlands - Photographer
James Johnston is a native Oregonian who lived in Washington State during 2005 and 2006 while completing the photography for Columbia Highlands. He is an avid hiker, backpacker, fly fisherman, and photographer who has covered more than a thousand miles of trail in the Pacific Northwest every year ...
Kenn Kaufman

Kenn Kaufman

Arctic Wings - Essayist
Kenn Kaufman, best known for his Focus series of bird guides, is one of the most popular birding author in the country. He is field editor for Audubon Magazine and a regular contributor to numerous birding magazines. A devoted conservationist, he works vigorously to promote the appreciation and ...
Frank Keim

Frank Keim

Arctic Wings - Essayist
Frank Keim is a retired high school teacher who taught for twenty-one years in four Yupik villages in the Lower Yukon School District in Southwest Alaska, at the mouth of the Yukon River. He lived for many years in Latin America, where he was a Peace Corps Volunteer and an anthropology instructor ...
Robert F. Kennedy Jr.
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Robert F. Kennedy Jr.

Yellowstone to Yukon - Epilogue
Robert F. Kennedy Jr. has worked on environmental issues across the Americas. He was named one of Time Magazine’s “Heroes for the Planet” for his success in helping Riverkeeper lead the fight to restore the Hudson River. The watershed agreement he negotiated on behalf of environmentalists and ...
Ted Kerasote
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Ted Kerasote

Yellowstone to Yukon - Essayist
Ted Kerasote’s work on natural history, wildlife, outdoor recreation, and indigenous people has been published in dozens of periodicals and anthologies, including Audubon, Outside, Men’s Journal, National Geographic Traveler, Salon.com, The New York Times Book Review, The Nature of Nature, The ...
Harvey Locke

Harvey Locke

Yellowstone to Yukon - Essayist
Harvey Locke grew up in southern Alberta. His family, among the area's earliest European settlers, has been in Bow Valley for seven generations. Locke first visited Yellowstone in 1979 and knew intuitively there was a connection between it and the Canadian Rockies. This interest led him to help ...
Greg MacGillivray
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Greg MacGillivray

To The Arctic - Preface
Greg MacGillivray is an Academy Award{en}nominated film director and cinematographer whose production company, MacGillivray Freeman Films, has produced more than thirty giant-screen IMAX Theatre films, including the award-winning hits Everest, The Living Sea, and Grand Canyon Adventure. In 2004, he ...
Brad Matsen

Brad Matsen

Salmon in the Trees - Essayist
Brad Matsen has been writing books, documentary films scripts, and magazine articles for thirty years. His latest book is Descent: The Heroic Discovery of the Abyss, the story of William Beebe, Otis Barton, and their courageous Bathysphere expeditions in the 1930s. He also contributed the ...
Peter Matthiessen

Peter Matthiessen

Seasons of Life and Land - Essayist
Peter Matthiessen is the acclaimed author of numerous works of fiction and nonfiction. His subjects include vanishing cultures, oppressed people, and endangered wildlife and landscapes, and his work is essentially based on his wilderness travels. His nonfiction books include The Birds of Heaven: ...