Through a Green Lens
304 pages, 6 x 9
Release Date:01 Oct 2016

Through a Green Lens

Fifty Years of Writing for Nature

Oregon State University Press

Over the past fifty years, Robert Michael Pyle has published hundreds of articles, essay, reviews, and other non-fiction prose pieces, all driven by a desire to celebrate and conserve the fruits of the earth. This book collects the most durable of these writings for the first time, giving a half-century spectrum view of both his nature and conservation writing and his development as a writer.


Biologist and writer Robert Michael Pyle is the author of over twenty books, including Wintergreen, Sky Time in Gray's River, two books of poetry, and standard works on butterflies. He lives in rural southwest Washington.

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