Part of a series of guides following key figures and themes, this book looks at the life and work of John Muir, who made the US go green was a trailblazer of world conservation, and was voted Man of the Millennium in the US. It features information on the trusts and organizations continuing his work, boasting thousands of members in Britain and the US, and draws on his books, articles, letters and diaries. The authoress is an authority on Muir and a world traveller who set herself on the trail of John Muir in order to write the book, and the book includes insights into a hero of world conservation.
|Title||On the Trail of John Muir|
|Author Bio||Cherry Good is an academic, freelance author and world traveller, who counts Muir among her heroes.|
|Reviews||'Anyone interested in the environment, the great outdoors or how one man can change the world around him will be moved by his story and by Good's affinity with his work.' METRO|
|BIC Subject||Travel & holiday|
|BISAC Subject||BIOGRAPHY & AUTOBIOGRAPHY / General|