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“There are some who can live without wild things, and some who cannot. These essays are the delights and dilemmas of one who cannot.”
-Aldo Leopold, A Sand County Almanac
The Texas Hill Country is a special place. It is its ecology-the combination of the climate, the topography, the creeks and rivers, the plants and animals-that make it so.
This book describes the Hill Country ecology for current, as well as for new and prospective, residents. It seeks to teach readers about the Hill Country, including the native habitat, the land, the water, the plants, the animals, the people, and the myriad interactions among them. It is a series of brief, easy-to-read essays that have originally appeared in the Kerrville Daily Times under his weekly column, “Hill Country Naturalist;’ for the past seven years.
From discovering the lyricism in the grasslands and picturesque creeks to discussions of the issues and concerns of managing rural lands so as to preserve and improve the native habitat, Hill Country Ecology: Essays on Plants, Animals, Water, and Land Management instills a greater love and respect for nature for anyone who cares to read even one essay.
Readers will experience the joy only one can find in observing and interacting with nature-and they’ll find they’re delightfully entertained along the way.
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Teachers–Ever Feel Like You’re Losing the War to Educate Your Students?
In our current educational climate of Common Core, test scores, and teacher evaluations, have you ever wondered–what about the students?
Even though graduation rates have increased in recent years, are the young men and women in our classrooms truly engaged in the learning process?
Trench Warfare: How to Win the War to Educate Our Children is an exploration of the “why” no one wants to talk about for our continued failures in education. It doesn’t have to do with class or race. It actually has to do with simple economic theory of supply and demand.
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Principal, Denver Public School and Adams 12 Five Star School Districts
Education Professor, Regis University, Denver, Colorado
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