Stagtine: Kincentric Rewilding, Science, & A Tale of Letting Go

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Robinia Press
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5.0 X 8.0 X 0.76 inches | 0.81 pounds

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About the Author
Daniel Firth Griffith is a storyteller, a hunter-husbandman, and a lover of the wildwoods. He is the manager of Timshel Wildland, the Co-Founder and Director of the Robinia Institute, and author of the best-selling Wild Like Flowers and Boone.

Fred Provenza is professor emeritus of Behavioral Ecology in the Department of Wildland Resources at Utah State University. At Utah State Provenza directed an award-winning research group that pioneered an understanding of how learning influences foraging behavior and how behavior links soils and plants with herbivores and humans. Provenza is one of the founders of BEHAVE, an international network of scientists and land managers committed to integrating behavioral principles with local knowledge to enhance environmental, economic, and cultural values of rural and urban communities. He is also the author of Foraging Behavior and the co-author of The Art & Science of Shepherding.


"Griffith writes the way he farms: with whole-heartedness and daring. In Stagtine, Griffith challenges widespread assumptions about working with animals and what makes food "healthy". He shares the experience of shedding closely-held beliefs, and the wisdom he reaps upon letting go." - Judith D Schwartz

"This book will catch you off guard and throw you off the best of ways. If you think you understand regenerative agriculture, think again. Daniel's experience and writing challenges all pre-conceived notions and helps us rethink our relationship to nature around us and the earth beneath our feet." - Hilda Labrada Gore

"This book is for dreamers, creators, seekers, rewilders, and generally anyone interested in a deeper understanding of what it means to be human. It's a beautiful weaving of stories and experiences both very personal and particular to the Griffith family and also immediately available in many ways to anyone with eyes to see life as it truly is." - Reader Review