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–Edward T. Hall

Thinking Like a Watershed Book Reading and Signing

Title: Thinking Like a Watershed Book Reading and Signing
Location: Bookmans, 1520 S Riordan Ranch St., Flagstaff, AZ, 86001
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Description: Join Jack Loeffler and Celestia Loeffler as they share and sign their recently published book, “Thinking Like a Watershed.” The event will be held at Bookmans bookstore in Flagstaff from 1pm-3pm and is FREE to the public.

The arid landscape of the southwest has supported many cultures for millenia. Thinking Like a Watershed celebrates this fact and brings together the writings of authors who

“have spent a great deal of time meandering through the landscapes, … ruminating on interconnectedness, and celebrating the spirit of place.” Produced in conjunction with the documentary radio series entitled “Watershed as Commons,” this book comprises essays and interviews from a diverse group of southwesterners including members of Tewa, Tohono O'odham, Hopi, Navajo, Hispano, and Anglo cultures. Both Jack Loeffler and his daughter, Celestia, are board members of Lore of the Land, a nonprofit organization dedicated to nurturing and preserving the traditional communities of the American Southwest.
Start Time: 13:00
Date: 2013-05-25
End Time: 15:00

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