I’ve lived in rural New England for over forty years.  That’s where I explore, cut firewood, tend a garden, do research and take pictures.  Here and elsewhere in the Northeast, I’ve observed many of the organisms and ecological processes that Robert Frost described in his poems.   He was a naturalist and farmer, as well as a poet.  Much of Frost’s poetry is an intersection of natural history and art.  My book elucidates that intersection.

This blog is about natural history, ecology, environmental history, and growing up in America.  I hope you can find connections with what I’ve written.  Please share your insights.