Robert Macfarlane, The Old Ways

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    In the third of a four-part series on writers who have shaped his interest in the ocean and the natural world, host Peter Neill reads from essayist Robert Macfarlane's best selling non-fiction work "The Old Ways: A Journey on Foot", a blend of natural history, travel writing, and more. In it, Macfarlane encourages an understanding of the natural world as a means to discover better paths, new imaginings, and inspirational ways forward.

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Resource from this Episode
Works by Robert MacFarlane:
< Landmarks
<
The Old Ways: A Journey on Foot
< The Wild Places
< Mountains of the Mind

< Holloway
< Learn more about Robert MacFarlane here

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