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Amy Gulick and Salmon In the Trees

For two years, photographer Amy Gulick trekked among bears and bald eagles, and across forests and salmon-packed streams to document Alaska’s Tongass National Forest in its natural, primeval state, for her book Salmon In the Trees. The most complete portion of remaining west coast temperate rainforest, the Tongass is the largest National Forest in the U.S., and the only National Forest to have been “excused” from Roadless Rule regulations.

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Trail Philosophy With Guidebook Author Craig Romano

An avid hiker, runner, kayaker and bicyclist who has written articles and features for dozens of magazines and publications, guidebook author Craig Romano talks about allowing yourself the opportunity to connect with the wild, wilderness values and ethics, multiple use, growing up in New England, and writing about the outdoors. The author of nearly a dozen books, Craig has written a series of day hiking guides for the Mountaineers Books, including titles on the Olympic Peninsula and North Cascades, and a just-released volume on the Columbia River Gorge.

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