Table of contents for Environmental writing and education : the search for a common language / edited and with an introduction by Melody Graulich and Paul Crumbley.

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Paul Crumbley and Melody Graulich, 
Introduction 000 
Carolyn Tanner Irish, 
Preliminary Re-ections on Matters Environmental 000 
Ken Brewer, 
Painted Lady 000 
Robert Michael Pyle, 
Who Lost the Limberlost? Education in a Mis-Placed Age 000 
Ken Brewer, 
The Silliest Debate 000 
Craig B. Stanford, 
Cousins: What the Great Apes Tell Us about Human Origins 000 
Ken Brewer, 
Why Dogs Stopped Flying 000 
Hartmut Grassl, 
How Science and the Public Can Lead to Better Decision Making in Earth System 
Management 000
Ken Brewer,
Martha 000
Jennifer Price,
What Is the L.A. River? 000
Ken Brewer,
The River Blind 000
Ted Kerasote,
The Unexpected Environmentalist: Building a Centrist Coalition 000
Ken Brewer,
Dermatophagoides 000
Louis Owens,
At Cloudy Pass: The Need of Being Versed in Human Things 000
Ken Brewer,
Trying Not to Lie 000
Kent C. Ryden,
Tuttle Road: Landscape as Environmental Text 000
Ken Brewer,
The Tarantula Hawk 000
Annick Smith,
Begin with a River 000
Ken Brewer,
How to Train a Horse to Burn 000
Dan Flores,
The Natural West 000
Ken Brewer,
Sheep 000
Ellen Meloy,
Separation Anxiety: The Perilous Alienation of Humans from the Wild 000
Ken Brewer,
Largest Living Organism on Earth 000
William Kittredge,
Going South 000
Ken Brewer,
Now the Sun Has Come to Earth 000
Susan J. Tweit,
The Pleiades 000
Ken Brewer,
Scarlet Penstemon 000
Keith Wilson,
Poetry Reading at the Tanner Conference 000
Robert Michael Pyle,
Common Cause in Common Voice 000
Notes 000

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Communication in the environmental sciences.
Environmental education.
Environmental sciences -- Poetry.