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Paperback – 192 pages
8.25 Inches × 11 Inches (w × h)

Weight: 475 Grams
BISAC: PHILOSOPHY / Political
Publisher: New Society Publishers
ISBN: 9781897408100
Pub. Date: 2008-04-01

About the Authors

Van Andruss

Van Andruss is a a longtime bioregionalist with a strong interest in regional organizing, forest defense, and all aspects of grassroots democracy.

 

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Judith Plant

Judith Plant is the acting publisher of New Society Publishers and the co-editor of Healing the Wounds: the Promise of Ecofeminism and Home! A Bioregional Reader. She lived in Camelsfoot for two years in the early 1980's with her children and her partner, Kip, and now lives on Gabriola Island, BC

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Christopher Plant

Chris Plant has been Chief Editor and Copublisher of New Society Publishers since 1996. He now serves on the Editorial Board in a retired capacity as Editor Emeritus.

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Home! A Bioregional Reader

by Van Andruss, Judith Plant, Christopher Plant & Eleanor Wright



By providing tools to understand the land we live on and the sources of its natural regeneration, the more than 40 contributors to Home! open up new possibilities for the creation of cultures inkeeping with the requirements of the natural world. Home! contains essays, poems, songs, and beautiful illustrations.

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