Natural History Book Club
All area residents are welcomed to the Natural History Book Club, a small group which reads eight or nine titles a year.
Selections have ranged from classic works such as Aldo Leopold’s A Sand County Almanac to more recent works including Animal Vegetable Miracle by Barbara Kingsolver and Jared Diamond’s Collapse - How Societies Choose To Fail or Succeed. All of our selections were written for the lay person, not necessarily those schooled in the sciences. Our discussions are low key and "non-threatening"; although some of the ideas expressed by the authors are unorthodox and provocative.
Discussions take place around a table. We serve light refreshments, and you do not need to have read the book(s) to attend and see what we are about.