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Rick Bass

Rick Bass

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Rick Bass is the author of twenty-one books of fiction and nonfiction, including The Ninemile Wolves, The Roadless Yaak: Reflections and Observations About One of Our Last Wilderness Areas, The Diezmo, The Lives of Rocks, and most recently, Why I Came West: A Memoir. His stories have been awarded ...
Gary Tabor

Gary Tabor

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Gary Tabor is currently Executive Director of the Center for Large Landscape Conservation. He was trained as a wildlife veterinarian and ecologist. His career spans international and North American wildlife conservation domains, including seven years in East Africa and one year in South America. ...
David Suzuki
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David Suzuki

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David Suzuki, a highly acclaimed geneticist and environmental thinker, is the author of forty books, including The Sacred Balance: Rediscovering Our Place in Nature. He has won numerous academic awards and holds sixteen honorary degrees in Canada, the United States, and Australia. Since 1979, he ...
David Quammen

David Quammen

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David Quammen travels on assignment for Harper’s, National Geographic, and other magazines, most often to jungles, deserts, and swamps. His accustomed beat is the world of field biology, ecology, evolutionary biology, and conservation, though he also occasionally writes about travel, history, and ...
David Porter

David Porter

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Dave Porter is a Kaska Dena leader who spent his early years on a trapline near Good Hope Lake in British Columbia. His accomplished career includes journalism, politics, communications, and public service on behalf of Canadian aboriginal organizations as well as governments in the Yukon, British ...
Harvey Locke

Harvey Locke

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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 ...
Ted Kerasote
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Ted Kerasote

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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 ...
Robert F. Kennedy Jr.
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Robert F. Kennedy Jr.

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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 ...
Karsten Heuer
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Karsten Heuer

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Recipient of the 2003 Wilburforce Foundation Conservation Leadership Award, Karsten Heuer has spent the better part of the last decade studying and, in some cases, actually following wide-ranging and threatened wildlife on foot. He has worked as a wildlife biologist and park warden in the Madikwe ...