Mountaineers Books A Thousand Trails Home: Living with Caribou
Revealing the fragile, intertwined lives of people and animals in the Alaskan Arctic, A Thousand Trails Home explores an uncertain landscape of sweeping cultural and climatic change.
- Author Seth Kantner vividly illuminates the interconnectedness of the Inupiat of Northwest Alaska, the Western Arctic caribou herd and the larger Arctic region
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This compelling and complex tale revolves around the politics of caribou, race relations, urban vs rural demands, subsistence vs sport hunting, and cultural priorities vs resource extraction—a story that requires a fearless writer with an honest voice and an open heart. A story with global relevance, it takes place in one of the largest remaining intact wilderness ecosystems on the planet: ground zero for climate change in the U.S.
8.5 x 7 inches
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