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LifePlace is a provocative meditation on bioregionalism and what it means to live, work, eat, and play in relation to naturally, rather than politically, defined areas. Thayer gives a richly textured portrait of his own home, the Putah-Cache watershed in California's Sacramento Valley, demonstrating how bioregionalism can be practiced in everyday life. Grounding: Finding the Physical Place 2. Living: Awakening to a Live Region 3. Reinhabiting: Recovering a Bioregional Culture 4.

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LifePlace is a provocative meditation on bioregionalism and what it means to live, work, eat, and play in relation to naturally, rather than politically, defined areas. Thayer gives a richly textured portrait of his own home, the Putah-Cache watershed in California's Sacramento Valley, demonstrating how bioregionalism can be practiced in everyday life. Grounding: Finding the Physical Place 2. Living: Awakening to a Live Region 3.

Reinhabiting: Recovering a Bioregional Culture 4. Fulfilling: Celebrating the Spirit of Place 5. Imagining: Creating Art of the Life-Place 6. Trading: Exchanging Natural Values 7. Planning: Designing a Life-Place 8. Building: Making Bioregions Work 9. Learning: Spreading Local Wisdom Robert L. Thayer, Jr. Where am I? What am I supposed to do? LifePlace is a guide to answering the second question, which, in the end, may help us to better address the remaining two. Thayer's arguments are convincing; his optimism and sense of wonder are contagious.

As we finish the book, we are changed by it, and its influence lingers like a time-release capsule. LifePlace is a profound contribution to landscape architecture literature and beyond. Deutsch English. We're still open for business, read our Covid statement here. Prothero Michael J. Benton Richard Fortey View All. British Wildlife. Weiter zu British Wildlife. Conservation Land Management. Weiter zu Conservation Land Management. Publisher: University of California Press.

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Robert L. Thayer, Jr. LifePlace : Bioregional Thought and Practice. Thayer Jr. Robert Thayer brings the concepts and promises of the growing bioregional movement to a wide audience in a book that passionately urges us to discover "where we are" as an antidote to our rootless, stressful modern lives. LifePlace is a provocative meditation on bioregionalism and what it means to live, work, eat, and play in relation to naturally, rather than politically, defined areas. In it, Thayer gives a richly textured portrait of his own home, the Putah-Cache watershed in California's Sacramento Valley, demonstrating how bioregionalism can be practiced in everyday life.

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