Appalachia Journal

Appalachia Journal Archive: 2013

February 4, 2016

SUMMER/FALL 2013 Appalachia-Summer-Fall-2013-Cover

IN THIS ISSUE: THE COST OF ENERGY

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  • Skiing on Copper and Coal: With heavy hearts, five friends explore land scheduled for “fracking” and open-pit mining. John Gioia
  • Transmission Repercussion: The price of transporting power through the Northeast. Ken Kimball and Mark Zakutansky
  • Fishwalking in the Whites: Do large trees grow large trout? Tim Traver
  • 23 Years After the Exxon Valdez: Hidden damages below Prince William Sound. Lisa Densmore
  • Terraphilla: It’s time for a new land ethic that values even mundane precincts. David K. Leff
  • Why Walk? An excerpt from the new book Walking Distance. Robert E. Manning
  • Outfit for an Excursion. On a backcountry journey, a daughter notices signs of aging in her father. Annie Bellerose
  • Log-Driving, Maine Style: Tracking a lost practice in the Debsconeag watershed. Bill Geller
  • Celebrating 125 Years in the AMC Huts / The Time of the Builders: An ode to the carpenters of the Madison Spring Hut. Bethann Taylor
  • Celebrating 125 Years in the AMC Huts / Through the Door: A piece of the old Madison hut lives on in a cabin. Bethann Weick
  • Frankenstein Cliff and the Black Dog: A frightening hike beats back a man’s sense of gloom. Christopher Johnson

POETRY

  • Saddleback Mountain Parker Towle
  • Near Wyalusing, May 5/6 Robin Chapman
  • Beds of Moss and Mosquitoes James Doyle
  • Tock Sydney Lea
  • Morning Comes to the River John Smelcer
  • Badger Dave Seter
  • Black-eyed Susan Wally Swist
  • Give Us This Day Todd Davis
  • Splash Mary Oliver

IN EVERY ISSUE

  • The Long Way Home
  • Letters
  • Accidents
  • Alpina
  • News and Notes
  • Books of Note
  • A Peak Ahead

AT ANY TIME


WINTER/SPRING 2013  WS13

IN THIS ISSUE: LOOKING FOR THOREAU

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  • Out of the Woods: What we learn from Thoreau’s life in Concord. Lucille Stott
  • Heart-berry: A modern woman rambles through a season with Thoreau. Kristen Laine
  • You Have to Be Here: Teaching Thoreau in Concord. Sandy Stott
  • Otherwordly Accidents: The ghost of a literary pilgrim. Parkman Howe
  • Easter on Walden Pond: An aspiring naturalist and her toddler sidekick look for signs of spring. Heather Stephenson
  • Thoreau on Monadnock: A philosopher naturalist’s observations on geology. Peter J. Thompson
  • Darby Field, 1642: Searching in vain for Lake Champlain? Tony Goodwin
  • Wildlife Encounters in the Canadian Rockies: Life lessons from a marmot, and other meetings. Lisa Densmore
  • Waterman Fund Essay Contest Winner: A Place for Everything: A bear wanders into a crowded campground. Katherine Dykstra
  • Narragansett Marathon: Just before leaving his native Connecticut for Wyoming, a young explorer finally takes a 50-mile trek from his parents’ doorstep. Tom Fagin

POETRY

  • Mount Rainier Kay Mullen
  • Blueberry Island Thoreau Raymond
  • The Snow Has No Voice John Smelcer
  • For now Ann Taylor
  • The Ivory-Billed Woodpecker Francis Lunney
  • Refraction Cammy Thomas
  • Going to Walden Mary Oliver
  • Thoreau Listens for the Warblers Todd Davis
  • Brush Me With Honey Cammy Thomas

IN EVERY ISSUE

  • The Long Way Home
  • Accidents
  • Alpina
  • News and Notes
  • Letters
  • Research
  • Books of Note
  • A Peak Ahead

AT ANY TIME

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