The Story Handbook, A Primer on Storytelling and Language for Conservationists
By Peter Forbes et al (2003)
In The Story Handbook, contributors Tim Ahern, William Cronon, John Elder, Peter Forbes, Barry Lopez, and Scott Russell Sanders present us with the power of stories, narratives of people and places, and how those stories can advance the work of land conservation toward creating meaningful change in our culture.
As Trust for Public Land president Will Rogers writes in his introduction, “true success in our work means moving land conservation out of the ‘emergency room’ of last-ditch efforts… To do this we will need to help create a fundamental change in how our society thinks about and treats land; we will need to nurture the flowering of a new land ethic. Stories may be our best way to get there.”
Paperback, 112 pages.