A cast of characters, of hunters and gatherers, share the joy they receive from existing with and within nature, side by side with the murmurs and growls of the outdoors.
Wildside is their collective narrative.The woods are alive with possibilities: Retreat into nature, meet mushroom pickers, collectors, and explorers. Build cabins and scenic trails, create crafts, or start inspired projects. This is the way to the forest.
With profiles and essays that inspire us to step off the beaten path and photographs that bring the experience home, Wildside is the guide to modern outdoor activities.
Format: Hardcover, 256 pages
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