Books & Essays
Altamaha: A River and Its Keeper
University of Georgia Press (forthcoming June 2012)
James Holland, Riverkeeper: Environmental Protection along the Altamaha
11 August 2011
In Drifting into Darien: A Personal and Natural History of the Altamaha River, Janisse Ray provides an ecological and personal account of the largest river in Georgia. In this excerpt, Ray tells the story of James Holland, a crabber from Darien, Georgia, and founding member of the environmental organization Altamaha Riverkeeper. Nancy Marshall's photographs accompany Ray's text.
"James Holland, Riverkeeper: Environmental Protection along the Altamaha" was selected for the 2011 Southern Spaces series "Landscapes and Ecologies of the U.S. South," a collection of innovative, interdisciplinary publication about natural and built environments.
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