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Bill Devall, Frederick Turner, David Orr, Patsy Hallen, Trudy Frisk, Casey Walker, Kelpie Wilson, David Brower: Muir, The "Wild Ideal" And Eco-Feminism: Part 6 Deep Ecology For The 21st Century.

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Nature mystic John Muir turned down a mentoring offer from Ralph Waldo Emerson so that he could continue his beloved wilderness exploration and writing, which is such an enrichment to us even today. Biographer Frederick Turner, author of Rediscovering America: John Muir in His Time and Ours, shares inspiring stories about Muir's ecstatic experiences in the wilderness. Bill Devall, author of Simple in Means, Rich in Ends, reads from Muir's writing; David Orr, Sierra Club activist, says if Muir were alive today he would be tree-sitting in protest of logging. We hear about "eco-feminism" from Canadian writer and activist Trudy Frisk; Kelpie Wilson, director of the Siskiyou Project; Casey Walker, editor and publisher of the Wild Duck Review; and Patsy Hallen, a Canadian professor and author who lives half of each year in "the bush" of Australia. David Brower, founder of Earth Island Institute and three-time Nobel Peace Prize nominee, offers his own extraordinary insights into wildness. Included in Deep Ecology for the 21st Century.

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Bill Devall, Frederick Turner, David Orr, Patsy Hallen, Trudy Frisk, Casey Walker, Kelpie Wilson, David Brower: Muir, The Wild I 56:30
Total Time 56:30

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