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Altamaha
A River and Its Keeper

The Art of Managing Longleaf
A Personal History of the Stoddard-Neel Approach

Blue Ridge Commons
Environmental Activism and Forest History in Western North Carolina

The Blue, the Gray, and the Green
Toward an Environmental History of the Civil War

Circling Home

Coming to Pass
Florida's Coastal Islands in a Gulf of Change

Conserving Southern Longleaf
Herbert Stoddard and the Rise of Ecological Land Management

Conserving Words
How American Nature Writers Shaped the Environmental Movement

Coyote Settles the South

Divided Planet
The Ecology of Rich and Poor

Down to the Waterline
Boundaries, Nature, and the Law in Florida

Drifting into Darien
A Personal and Natural History of the Altamaha River

The Embattled Wilderness
The Natural and Human History of Robinson Forest and the Fight for Its Future

Environmental Ethics and the Global Marketplace

Environmental History and the American South
A Reader

Ethics and Environmental Policy
Theory Meets Practice

The Ethics of Environmental Concern

An Everglades Providence
Marjory Stoneman Douglas and the American Environmental Century

Fate of the Wild
The Endangered Species Act and the Future of Biodiversity

Field Guide to the Ferns and Other Pteridophytes of Georgia

Field Guide to the Rare Plants of Georgia

A Fly Fisherman's Blue Ridge

Frogs and Toads of the Southeast

Georgia's Amazing Coast
Natural Wonders from Alligators to Zoeas

Georgia's Land of the Golden Isles

The Great New Wilderness Debate

Grounding Knowledge
Environmental Philosophy, Epistemology, and Place

Guide to the Vascular Plants of the Blue Ridge

Invasive Pythons in the United States
Ecology of an Introduced Predator

The Invention of Ecocide
Agent Orange, Vietnam, and the Scientists Who Changed the Way We Think about the Environment

The Inward Morning
A Philosophical Exploration in Journal Form

Keeping All the Pieces
Perspectives on Natural History and the Environment

Landscapes for the People
George Alexander Grant, First Chief Photographer of the National Park Service

Let Us Now Praise Famous Gullies
Providence Canyon and the Soils of the South

Life on the Brink
Environmentalists Confront Overpopulation

Liquid Land
A Journey through the Florida Everglades

Lizards and Crocodilians of the Southeast

Marsh Mud and Mummichogs
An Intimate Natural History of Coastal Georgia

My Paddle to the Sea
Eleven Days on the River of the Carolinas

My Work Is That of Conservation
An Environmental Biography of George Washington Carver

The Natural Communities of Georgia

Nature's Management
Writings on Landscape and Reform, 1822–1859

Peachtree Creek
A Natural and Unnatural History of Atlanta's Watershed

Pharsalia
An Environmental Biography of a Southern Plantation, 1780-1880

Remaking Wormsloe Plantation
The Environmental History of a Lowcountry Landscape

River of Lakes
A Journey on Florida's St. Johns River

Rosalie Edge, Hawk of Mercy
The Activist Who Saved Nature from the Conservationists

Ruin Nation
Destruction and the American Civil War

Salamanders of the Southeast

Sea Islands of Georgia
Their Geologic History

Sea Turtles of the Atlantic and Gulf Coasts of the United States

The Seasons of Cumberland Island

Sharing the Earth
An International Environmental Justice Reader

Snakes of the Eastern United States

Snakes of the Southeast

Snakes of the Southeast APP

Solitary Goose

Sound Wormy
Memoir of Andrew Gennett, Lumberman

Southern Timberman
The Legacy of William Buchanan

The Takeover
Chicken Farming and the Roots of American Agribusiness

Teaching the Trees
Lessons from the Forest

There Goes the Neighborhood
Cartoons on the Environment

This Delta, This Land
An Environmental History of the Yazoo-Mississippi Floodplain

Trembling Earth
A Cultural History of the Okefenokee Swamp

Turtles of the Southeast

Values at Sea
Ethics for the Marine Environment

A Voice for Earth
American Writers Respond to the Earth Charter

Walking in the Land of Many Gods
Remembering Sacred Reason in Contemporary Environmental Literature

War upon the Land
Military Strategy and the Transformation of Southern Landscapes during the American Civil War

What Nature Suffers to Groe
Life, Labor, and Landscape on the Georgia Coast, 1680–1920

Wilderness and the Heart
Henry Bugbee's Philosophy of Place, Presence, and Memory

The Wilderness Debate Rages On
Continuing the Great New Wilderness Debate

Wisdom from a Rainforest
The Spiritual Journey of an Anthropologist

The World of the Salt Marsh
Appreciating and Protecting the Tidal Marshes of the Southeastern Atlantic Coast