The most inspired and excellent essays about bioregions. These primary source articles define and explore the bioregional concept from a wide range of perspectives—environmental, economic, religious, political and urban. They were never widely distributed and are no longer easily available. Authors are major thinkers and activists including Doug Aberley, Peter Berg, Thomas Berry, Raymond Dasmann, Jim Dodge, Freeman House, Dolores LaChapelle, Stephanie Mills, Kirkpatrick Sale, Gary Snyder, etc.
Excellent for classroom use, researchers, libraries, historical archives and just plain folk.
250 pages, 28 essays, spiral bound.