Among the processes of place

Whitcomb, Amy A.
October 2011
High Country News;10/17/2011, Vol. 43 Issue 17, p27
An essay is presented regarding the author's experience of working for the Sequoia and Kings Canyon Wilderness in California. The author mentions that she works on the said park to protect the wilderness and preserve the natural beauty of the place. The author states the question that comes to her mind on why people come to visit the wilderness.


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