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Eagle Eye Bookshop
|Type:||Education & Lectures, Literary, Other Activities|
Fascinating stories about the place we live, and how it is turning out. Conservation conversation from writers of two new books led by long-time observers of the American South.
Join former AJC writer Dan Chapman as he retraces John Muir's steps across the south in 1867, A Road Running Southward, showing us what is gone, and what remains.
Hear best selling writer and biologist David George Haskell reveal his newest book Sounds Wild and Broken as a story of the ecology & evolution of the world's sounds.
Journalist and environmentalist Sally Sears leads the writers in a talk about our past and future in this fragile, resilient place.
Saturday, June 25, 2022, 2 pm , Eagle Eye Bookstore.
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