Moderated Discussion with Chip Ward (presented in partnership with Utah Humanities Book Festival)
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Career librarian Chip Ward spent four years living in the redrock wilderness of southern Utah running a guest ranch in Capitol Reef National Park where he learned formative lessons about how we are embedded in the natural world. His first two books, “Canaries on the Rim” and “Hope’s Horizon” describe his adventures as a grassroots organizer, activist, and advocate. His novel “Stony Mesa Sagas,” portrays the cultural conflicts in a small town like his own that is aView more