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23rd Featured Thinker: Teri Shore

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This week’s Wilderness Thinker in Residence, Teri Shore, a Sierra Club backpack leader, writer and journalist living in Sonoma, California, shares reflections and inspiration from what she calls “The Wilderness ‘Woodstock’” – the Wilderness 50 National Conference convened in October, 2014 in Albuquerque, New Mexico. She feels it “was as pivotal a gathering to the wilderness movement as the rock concert was to the sixties.” For all of us who couldn’t make it, we’re happy to share in Teri’s insightful overview .

First published in the Green Fire Times in late 2014, we hope you’ll enjoy Teri’s article, updated for the Thinking Wilderness project, with links to featured speakers and audio from the conference, her beautiful photographs taken during the Sandia Wilderness Hike as well as a description of Teri’s own personal Wilderness 50 challenge: a solo through-hike of the 211-mile The John Muir Trail.  Read more…