Heaven Is Under Our Feetby Don Henley, Dave Marsh (Editor)
In 1845, the father of the American environmental movement, Henry David
This is the book that commanded America's attention - and spearheaded the fight to save one of its natural treasures. Filled with moving, personal essays and edited by Don Henley and Dave Marsh, it is a call to arms for anyone who cares about our environment and the future of the earth.
In 1845, the father of the American environmental movement, Henry David Thoreau, settled on the lush green shores of Walden Pond and began work on his creative masterpiece, Walden. In 1984, developers proposed an office building with parking for 500 cars on Brister's Hill, a historic site in Walden Woods. In 1990, Don Henley founded the Walden Woods Project - to save Brister's Hill and the rest of Walden Woods from development and destruction. This important book was written to help the Project - and to help preserve the historic integrity and natural beauty of Walden Woods.
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