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Nature's Best Hope

Tallamy is a New York Time's best seller and easily been the strongest push for ideas of rewilding our back (and front) yards into a mainstream dialouge.

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Braiding Sweetgrass

Kimmerer's dive into indigenous ways of knowing weaving into contemporary science is a must read. It reexamines our relation with the world in a refreshing way, that is often neglected in Western science.

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The Invention of Nature: Alexander Von Humboldt's New World

Wulf's deep dive into Alexander Von Humbolt's life is beautifully written. Each chapter unfurls into a stunning look at his life, his work and his impact.

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Vesper Flights

Macdonald's collection of beautifully written essays look at the relationship humans have with our ecologies.

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Bringing Nature Home

Hardly a conversation about backyard conservation is had without mention of this book. Douglas Tallamy presents ideas about ecological webs in a way that any reader can follow and feel inspired to apply in their garden.

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The Sixth Extinction

A seminal read for understanding our current Epoch, Kolbert explores the Anthropocene in short sections which examine our past and future.

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The Hidden Life of Trees: What They Feel, How They Communicate - Discoveries from a Secret World

New science and understanding brings about a whole new perspective on trees, how they live, parent and communicate in a secret world beneath our feet.

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Other Minds: The Octopus, the Sea, and the Deep Origins of Consciousness

Godfrey-Smith takes a deep dive into evolution of Cephalopods and their remarkable abilities.

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