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Dorinda G. Dallmeyer

Dorinda G. Dallmeyer, native of Macon, Georgia, has worked in the fields of environmental science, international law, and environmental ethics. With other regional nature writers, she created the Southern Nature Project to encourage writing aimed at conserving the Southern environment for generations yet to come. She has twice received the Philip Reed Memorial Award for Outstanding Writing about the Southern Environment. A devoted naturalist, Dorinda and her husband David live on 50 acres in rural Madison County, Georgia.

Books by Dorinda G. Dallmeyer

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Bartram's Living Legacy: The Travels and the Nature of the South
Edited by: Dorinda G. Dallmeyer
Product Code: P415
ISBN: 9780881462227
Product Format: Paperback
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In this unique anthology, for the first time Bartram's Travels is joined with essays acknowledging the debt Southern nature writers owe the man called the "South's Thoreau." We hope this book will introduce a new generation of environmentally minded Southerners to Bartram's timeless work, not only standing on its own but also interpreted through passionate, personal essays by some of the region's finest nature writers. Rather than wallowing in nostalgia for the long-gone world Bartram describes, this anthology provides us with a starting point for reconstructing and reclaiming the natural heritage of the South.