By Derrick Stacey Denholm
Derrick Stacey Denholm has spent twenty-five years as a forestry box employee, planting timber, marking cutblock limitations and timber-cruising. In Ground-Truthing, he combines this adventure along with his viewpoint as a poet and artist to steer us throughout the tangle of social, ecological and financial lessen piles that dominate BC’s North Coast. Scientists, poets, loggers, activists, mushroom hunters–Ground-Truthing explores this diversified terrain of groups and cultures in its look for a solution to 1 of our so much pressing questions: How do we paintings productively and take part ethically in a lifestyles that keeps admire for the wild, not just within the rain-soaked forests of BC’s North Coast, yet everywhere?
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