About this event:
Please join us for an afternoon with Angela Cannon-Crothers, She will read from her book Changing Seasons in the Finger Lakes. These essays explore our natural world with scientific inquiry and poetic wonder in an era of changing environments, seasons, and climate. As an ecologist and a passionate observer, she writes on subjects that range from canoe guiding to foraging, from gardening to homesteading to teaching children to enjoy the outdoors.
Angela Cannon-Crothers is an environmental educator, author, and writer, with degrees in science and education. She publishes articles on nature and parenting as well as short stories. Her fiction has appeared in Stone Canoe and LadyBug and her true stories have appeared in the anthologies A Mile In Her Boots: Women Who Work in the Wild (Solas Hous, 2006) and The Ultimate Bird Lover (2010). She is the author of The Wildcrafter (a novel), Grape Pie Season (a children’s story), and is the recipient of several poetry awards. Cannon-Crothers is the recipient of the 2010 Writers & Books Big Pencil Award for Teacher of Young People.
This event is free and open to the public.