Join author Laura Waterman for a discussion of Wilderness Ethics: Preserving the Spirit of Wildness, by Laura and Guy Waterman. Click here to register for this Zoom Meeting!
Participants may send questions for Laura in advance to sophi [at] newildernesstrust.org by 5/12/21. (There will still be opportunities to ask questions and participate in the group discussion live on 5/19; submitting your question in advance ensures Laura will have an opportunity to comment on it at the beginning of the program.)
Buy a copy of the book at Wild Northeast’s online store or Bondcliff Books.
*If the cost of purchasing the book is at all a barrier, please contact sophi [at] newildernesstrust.org by May 1, 2021 and we’ll make sure to get you a copy so that you can join the discussion!
Laura Waterman writes about the mountains of the Northeast, exploring topics from mountain climbing and hiking to environmental ethics and conservation. In collaboration with her husband, Guy Waterman, these books include Wilderness Ethics, The Green Guide to Low-Impact Hiking and Camping, Forest & Crag, and Yankee Rock & Ice. For nearly twenty years Laura and Guy maintained trails in the alpine areas of New Hampshire’s White Mountains. After Guy’s death in 2000, Laura and others founded the Waterman Fund, a non-profit that supports stewardship, trail rehabilitation, and research in the alpine zones of the Northeast. The American Alpine Club awarded Laura and posthumously Guy the David Brower Conservation Award in 2012. In 2019 Laura was inducted into the Club’s Hall of Mountaineering Excellence.