The Years of the Forest (Fesler-Lampert Minnesota Heritage) download epub
by Adrian Hoover,Helen Hoover
13 years of the Hoover's life in the Minnesota wilderness during the 1950's-60's as Helen and Ade continue their study of the wildlife that populate their small slice of Eden.
13 years of the Hoover's life in the Minnesota wilderness during the 1950's-60's as Helen and Ade continue their study of the wildlife that populate their small slice of Eden. Each chapter features a task that the couple completed on their property along with studied observations of the animals that come to see the Hoovers' as a non-threatening source of sustanance.
Paul Gruchow In 1954, Helen Hoover and her husband Adrian left their . Fesler-Lampert Minnesota Heritage.
Living without electricity, telephone, or a car, the Hoovers became part of the environment, peacefully coexisting with their wild neighbors. The Long-Shadowed Forest is the amazing record of the Hoovers' relationship with deer, mice, birds, squirrels, moose, and other creatures of the forest.
It has been republished as part of the Fesler-Lampert Minnesota Heritage Series
It has been republished as part of the Fesler-Lampert Minnesota Heritage Series. For anyone who has a secret longing to leave the problems of society and live an eremitic life a la Thoreau’s Walden, this book, subtitled A down-to-earth (and delightful) book about wilderness living and nature adventure by the author of The Gift of the Deer and A Place in the Woods, will be fascinating. Years of the Forest" is a companion book of Hoover's engaging tale, "A Place in the Woods", and covers approx. 13 years of the Hoover's life in the Minnesota wilderness during the 1950's-60's as Helen and Ade continue their study of the wildlife that populate their small slice of Eden.
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Fesler-Lampert Minnesota Heritage Books (Paperback). These are some of the items that Adrian Hoover jotted down on his to-do list, soon after he and his wife, Helen, gave up urban comforts for the deeper delights of the wilderness in 1954. By (author) Helen Hoover. The Years of the Forest by Helen Hoover elaborates on that deceptively short list and describes the difficulties inherent in accomplishing each of those tasks. In fact, it would take sixteen years to check off every item.
Series: Fesler-Lampert Minnesota Heritage Book, Volume 17. Helen Hoover (1910-1984) was the author of several books, including The Long-Shadowed Forest, The Gift of the Deer, and A Place in the Woods, all published in paperback by the University of Minnesota Press. Before moving to the remote wilderness of northern Minnesota in 1954, she worked as a chemist. Adrian Hoover was an artist and illustrated many of the books written by his wife, Helen.
Helen D. Hoover, American author. The Years of the Forest (Fesler-Lampert Minnesota Heritage). Clear brush and paths. Recipient Annual Achievement award Metal Treating Institute, 1959, Blue Flame Ecology Salute, 1973, Zia award New Mexico Press Women, 1973, Brooklyn Art Books for Children citation, 1976, 78, medal of merit Ohio Y. Alumni Association, 1979.
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There are priceless hints and how-to's for solving the problems of living close to nature and on good terms with one's neighbors -- bluejays, weasels, field mice, and deer. There is plenty of magic in this guide, delightfully illustrated by Adrian Hoover. Now in paperback for the first time, this book tells the story of going bark to the land, with all its rough edges and incomparable rewards.
Publisher: University Of Minnesota Press; First edition edition (April 1, 1999)
Pages: 321 pages