T. Geronimo Johnson

As it looks, only frogs and slugs will be around to collect the dividends.

T. Geronimo Johnson, Blue River Fellow, 2015

T. Geronimo Johnson is a graduate of the Iowa Writers’ Workshop and a former Stegner Fellow at Stanford. Johnson has taught writing at UC Berkeley, Stanford, the Iowa Writers’ Workshop, The Prague Summer Program, San Quentin, and elsewhere. His first novel, Hold it ‘til it Hurts, was a finalist for the 2013 PEN/Faulkner Award. Welcome to Braggsville, his second novel, follows four UC Berkeley students who stage a protest during a Civil War reenactment in the heart of Georgia.

Forest Log Work:

Debris Flume

Today I strolled up Forest Road 130, stopping at a sign reading: U.S. Geological Survey Debris-Flow Flume This facility is used to create debris flows and avalanches for research purposes. The flume and adjacent areas are very hazardous and open to authorized...

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Check, ?, check, check, check

From http://oceanservice.noaa.gov/facts/endangered.html: NOAA scientists use the best scientific and commercial information available as the basis for their listing decisions. Scientists may not consider the economic impact of listing a particular species. A species...

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Blue River Face Timber Sale Unit

Blue River Face Timber Sale Unit Pt.1 …After the rain a fern in half shadow boasts globes of light like a rack of medals life has appointed us heroes Blue River Face Timber Sale Unit Pt.2  http://www.nature.org/greenliving/carboncalculator/. A trip to this site to...

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