On August 10, 2021 Meg Lowman’s memoir The Arbornaut: A life discovering the eight continent in the trees above was featured in a book review article by San Fransisco Chronicle: Datebook’s Rachel Zarrow.
Here is a snippet of that article:
“While most people know the old adage “don’t judge a book by its cover,” few of us are familiar with the idea that you can’t judge a tree by its trunk. Biologist Meg Lowman is here to change that. Lowman’s book, “The Arbornaut: A Life Discovering the Eighth Continent in the Trees Above Us,” is equal parts memoir, scientific reporting, love letter to the trees and a call to action in the face of the climate crisis”.
Read the full article here!
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