A Moral Equivalent of War

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By Paul Lee Over one hundred years ago, William James delivered a lecture at Stanford University where he was a visiting professor. Not exactly a fish out of water he did not have a high opinion of his peers. This is what he says in a letter to a friend: “The drawback … Read More

Circle Trail

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Start anywhere for a virtual tour of the Circle Trail. Lighthouse Field State Beach The Homeless Garden Project Natural Bridges State Park Long Marine Lab Antonelli Pond Arroyo Seco Canyon University of California Arboretum The University of California Agro-ecology Farm The Chadwick Garden Pogonip The San Lorenzo River levee promenade The Santa … Read More

Ecology Hall of Fame

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Dedicated to heroes of the American environmental movement. We are pleased to present our six charter inductees: Alan Chadwick Henry Thoreau Rachel Carson John Burroughs John Muir Aldo Leopold Additional people honored in the Ecology Hall of Fame: Edward Abbey — Author Archie “Grey Owl” Belaney — Personality David Brower — Activist … Read More

Pogonip

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Pogonip offers a wide variety of habitats and microclimates, including open meadows, dark cool forests, creek beds, and three virgin stands of redwood. Within the park there are miles of hiking trails and endless sites for informal picnics. The Circle Trail Route follows Spring Trail, Brayshaw Trail, and Golf Club Drive. Dogs … Read More

Who Killed Cock Robin?

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An Earth Day 2000 Address by Paul Lee The Ballad of Rachel Carson and the Historical Origins of the Environmental Crisis and Earth Day An Earth Day, 2000, Talk, by Paul A. Lee, PhD In the summer of l969, I took a wilderness canoe trip with Gaylord Nelson, the Senator from Wisconsin. … Read More

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