Nature’s Bookshelf: ‘Silent Spring’

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I’ll be honest: I didn’t finish reading Rachel Carson’s Silent Spring (1964).

You see, I’ve wanted to start this project for a few months — to come up with and ultimately discuss the best books that relate, somewhat broadly, to Nature. (Consider it a bookshelf that I figure the natural world would be proud of.)

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Golf Writer + Naturalist + Old Man at Heart

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