Thoreau and the Environment

WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 23 at 1:00 pm | Zoom

Hosted by the Walden Woods Project

As part of Listening in Nature Week, Jeffrey Cramer joins us to share Thoreau’s legacy as citizen scientist, naturalist, and environmentalist. He will introduce some mindful listening practices, inspired by Thoreau, to help us live more deliberately, compassionately, and peacefully.

The talk will be followed by an open conversation with our community. Please bring your questions!

Register here to receive the Zoom link.

About Jeffrey Cramer

Jeffrey S. Cramer is an author, Thoreau scholar, and Curator of Collections for the Walden Woods Project’s Thoreau Institute Library. He is the editor of Walden: A Fully Annotated Edition, winner of a 2004 National Outdoor Book Award, and The Quotable Thoreau, recipient of an Umhoefer Prize for Achievement in Humanities. In 2017, Cramer was the historical consultant for the Ken Burns–produced documentary Walden, created for the Walden Pond State Reservation during the Thoreau Bicentennial.

Learn more about Listening in Nature Week here.