Join us for a reading and discussion with author and journalist Isabella Tree, author of Wilding: Returning Nature to Our Farm (New York Review of Books, 2019). When conventional methods of farming failed them, Isabella Tree and Charlie Burrell tried a radical approach: they restored their farm's 3,500 acres to the wild. At a time of looming environmental disaster, Wilding is an inspiring story of a farm, couple, and community transformed. Tree’s book brings together science, natural history, a fair bit of drama, and—ultimately—hope. The reading will be followed by Q&A with Peder Anker.
Isabella Tree is an award-winning travel writer who has authored five books including The Living Goddess, The Bird Man, and Islands In The Clouds. She writes for publications such as National Geographic, Granta, The Sunday Times and The Observer. Her articles have been selected for The Best American Travel Writing and Reader’s Digest Today’s Best Non-Fiction, and she was Overall Winner of the Travelex Travel Writer Awards.
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