The Rocky Mountain Land Library has amassed thousands of books on Public Lands, from city parks to wildlife refuges, all across the globe. Among our most recent additions is Edge of Morning: Native Voices Speak for the Bears Ears, an important & very timely collection of essays on Southern Utah’s National Monument, which is also a sacred site for many tribes.
All of these books tell an inspiring story of setting land aside for the sake of nature itself, and for the benefit of untold generations.
Stories of the hard work that went into their faithful formation offers solace in difficult times.
Preserving land has never been an easy task, and it always gives us a boost when we come across the writings of a pioneer conservationist such as Sigurd Olson. Olson helped establish the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness, along with several National Parks during his years with The Wilderness Society.
Fortunately, National Parks & preserves is not just an American idea. We have lots of lessons to learn from across the globe.
We’re not exactly sure where this special collection will be house at Buffalo Peaks Ranch, the site of the Land Library’s emerging residential home. But we can’t wait to begin shelving books that we all need right now — today.
For more on the Rocky Mountain Land Library at Buffalo Peaks Ranch, here’s a 7-minute video on where the Public Lands collection will be: